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Immortal Hulk Vol. 1: Or Is He Both? (Immortal Hulk (2018-2021))

 

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Collects Immortal Hulk #1-5 and material from Avengers (2016) #684 by Jim Zub and Mark Waid.

Horror has a name. You’d never notice the man. He doesn’t like to be noticed. He’s quiet. Calm. If someone were to shoot him in the head…all he’d do is die. Until night falls — and someone else gets up again. The man’s name is Banner. The horror is the Immortal Hulk! And trouble has a way of following them both. As reporter Jackie McGee tries to put together the pieces, Banner treads a lonely path from town to town, finding murder, mystery and tragedy as he goes. And what Banner finds, the Hulk smashes! Elsewhere, the hero called Sasquatch can’t help but feel involved. In many ways, he’s Banner’s equal — and his opposite. Sasquatch is about to risk his life by looking for the man — and finding the monster!

Critically, Immortal Hulk Vol. 1: Or Is He Both? (Immortal Hulk (2018-2021)) is the best Hulk story arc in recent memory. In fact, it tells of Hulk’s resurrection after Bruce Banner’s brutal death and his new-found immortality.

Together, writer Al Ewing and Joe Bennett collaborate on the comic. Really, the writing shines on the horror of Immortal Hulk. Indeed, the art in the book is characteristic of the Fresh Start: detailed, perspective and depth, and with hues.

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This comic has another feature. It is available in Paperback format and is 128 pages long.

FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS


  • Publisher: Marvel Comics.
  • Collects Immortal Hulk #1-5.
  • Language: English.
  • Print Length: 132 pages.
  • Kindle & Comixology format available.
  • Paperback format available.
  • Free with a Comixology Unlimited subscription.
  • Publication Date: November 21, 2018.
  • Reading age: 13 years and up.
  • Grade level: 8 and up.

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To begin, Immortal Hulk Vol. 1: Or Is He Both? (Immortal Hulk (2018-2021)) is Immortal Hulk’s great debut in the Fresh Start. When Hulk is shot by a gunman at a gas station, he rises from the dead in the morgue. In a macabre twist, he hunts down the killer and his gang.

Really, the comic showcases the horror genre with skill. Perhaps, the truest incarnation of the hero with respect with his first appearance in Incredible Hulk (1962-1999) #1. In fact, a story arc that adapts classic Hulk mythos such as Jackie McGee and the gamma-irradiated humans.

The comic is good for your Hulk collection. You will definitely love the pencils, the level of detail and the multiple deaths.

This product has 847 global ratings with an average customer review rating of 4.7 out of 5.

POSITIVE REVIEW

The customer review said: “Simply amazing! Or is that incredible? The writer really gets the classic horror feel to the early Hulk stories and does a great job. This is one of the best Hulk comic collections I’ve read in years & years. It’s dark, moody, and suspenseful all at the same time! Plus, he even digs deep in to old school Hulk continuity without making things difficult to new readers. Love the inclusion of some of the shout outs to old Hulk minutiae like Del Fry & Jackie McGee (homages to the old TV show), Trime & Buscema, and the gamma irradiated characters from early on in PAD’s classic run. I really cannot wait for the next volume.”

NEGATIVE REVIEW

There are 30 negative global ratings. One negative review pointed the poor comic condition: “Received the book today and it was practically bent in half and ripped on the binding. Most of the pages do not want to open because of the bend and rip. I know it’s just a trade but I don’t even want to read it like this.”

Overall, this comic was great.

CONCLUSION


POSITIVE:

  • Kindle & Comixology formats available.
  • Paperback format available.
  • Free with a Comixology Unlimited subscription.
  • Classic Hulk horror story.

NEGATIVE:

  • Poor comic condition.

OUR PRODUCT REVIEW RATING:


I recommend this comic as a horror adaptation of the Silver Age Hulk for new readers.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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DC vs Marvel: Doomsday, The Ultimate vs The Incredible Hulk

 

DC VS MARVEL

FORMIDABILITY SCORES

H/P DOOMSDAY

Strength Class: Boundless 100%
Weaknesses: Universal Forces 92%
Quality Opponents: Skyfather 92%
Limitations: Intelligence 42%

SCORE: 72

FORMIDABILITY:

METAHUMAN

IMMORTAL HULK

Strength Class: Boundless 100%
Weaknesses: Divine Enchantment 100%
Quality Opponents: God or Abstract 100%
Limitations: Power Dependency 92%

SCORE: 96

FORMIDABILITY:

COSMIC

IN GODS, MONSTERS AND INFINITE POWER

THE TWO STRONGEST MONSTERS IN ANY UNIVERSE

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In today’s article, we compare two fighters that are the cream of the crop in terms of strength, power, rage… and yes, fighting!

Incredibly, let’s introduce the battle to end all battles: Doomsday, the Ultimate vs The Incredible Hulk. Though these two monsters have yet to face in a crossover, fans have salivated at the thought of a vicious brawl.

Really, both are an A-list hero and a B-list villain in their respective universes. Namely, the legendary Doomsday is famous for being the monster who killed Superman. For his part, Hulk is the Strongest Avenger and only keeps getting stronger.

Though both monsters have evolved multiple forms, let’s compare their strength in terms of their strongest power levels. Hence, we compare Hunter/Prey (HP) Doomsday with Immortal Hulk (IMH).

FORMIDABILITY

Generally, formidability is the ability to compete, match and defeat a foe despite overwhelming odds. Usually, formidability indicates a warrior’s ability to defeat a stronger, more powerful and more resourceful enemy.

For this reason, it is almost interchangeable with the Fighting Skills Level. For example, this explains why Batman is able to defeat Killer Croc or Bane who are in fact stronger or more powerful.

Using tactics, training, technology, resources and intel, Batman is usually able to take on more powerful opponents.

Before we rank our two heroes, let’s list some rules.

  1. First, the hero should be able to consistently defeat opponents above their strength class or power level.
  2. In terms of power level or fighting skills, they should have few or no weaknesses.
  3. Consistently, they should face quality opponents that are at least able to destroy a city.
  4. Finally, they should have fewer limitations in power, strength, ability or intelligence.

First, we will compare them in Strength Class, Weaknesses, Quality Opponents and Limitations. At the top, you can check their Formidability Scores. To note, all scores are rated out of a 100.

 

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1. STRENGTH CLASS

Generally, both H/P Doomsday and IMH possess a Boundless-Level of Super Strength. As matter of fact, this means they have an infinite amount of Super-Strength and can become as strong as necessary.

In the case of H/P Doomsday, his Super Strength is more properly speaking a form of Reactive Evolution and Resurrection. In Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey (1994) #1, after Darkseid fells Doomsday with his Omega Effect, Doomsday come back to life.

When Doomsday comes back to life, he evolves an adaptation to Darkseid’s Omega Effect which can no longer harm him. And what we estimate to be a Universal-Level of Super-Strength. Theoretically, there is no upper limit to his Super-Strength.

On the other hand, Immortal Hulk, also has the novel power of Resurrection. In fact, he theoretically cannot die. Or in better words, he resurrects from every death. In the first issue, IMH resurrects from a gunshot wound to the head and finds he can smell lies.

In effect, IMH is immortal and can only be killed by the being who is the source of his power, the One-Below-All. Really, Immortal Hulk has Boundless Super-Strength since he can defeat Gods or Abstracts.

ADVANTAGE: TIE

2. WEAKNESSES

For the most part, Doomsday’s weakness is properly speaking Universal Forces. In the comic, Doomsday is felled by Darkseid’s Omega Effect. Because of the OE’s powers and its relation to the chaotic side of the Source, the Omega Effect is certainly a power of entropy.

Really, the only way to defeat H/P Doomsday is to subject him to the powers of entropy. At the end of the comic, Superman transports Doomsday to the end of the universe with Waverider’s help, ending his murderous rampage.

In some sense, Immortal Hulk is protected by a Divine Enchantment. As a host of the One-Below-All, who rules Hell, he comes back from every death. Though he can be wounded, pierced and even killed, he always resurrects. Effectively, his Weakness lasts as long as the Divine Enchantment.

Generally, though both warriors are evenly matched in strength, IMH may lack the specific power necessary to finally overcome H/P Doomsday’s onslaught. As Doomsday evolves, he may land the killing blow that severes his connection to the Green Door.

ADVANTAGE: IMMORTAL HULK

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3. QUALITY OPPONENTS

Generally, Immortal Hulk has a decisive advantage in this department. Over a more developed series, IMH faces multiple opponents such as Sasquatch, the Avengers and even the One-Below-All.

In Immortal Hulk Vol 1 13, Immortal Hulk faces the One-Below-All and his horde of monsters in Hell. Importantly, he has to deal with his father who disowns him as a child of evil. Decisively, Hulk swats him away dispersing at the same time, the One-Below-All.

In the Marvel hierarchy, the One-Above-All, is the God of the Marvel Multiverse. Oppositely, the One-Below-All is below and is unthinking monster that needs gamma-ray powered hosts in the Marvel multiverse.

Certainly, IMH’s Quality Opponents are God or Abstract-Level.

ADVANTAGE: IMMORTAL HULK

 

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4. LIMITATIONS

Though H/P Doomsday is more limited due to his lack of intelligence, his Boundless Super-Strength, Reactive Evolution, Resurrection and Universal-Level Durability make up for them.

For his part, IMH is only limited by his Power Dependency as a gamma-ray host of One-Below-All.

In general, since both characters are monsters, Intelligence is not an isssue.

ADVANTAGE: IMMORTAL HULK

VERDICT:

Though Immortal Hulk is more powerful and can defeat a God or Abstract, the outcome is either a stalemate or a win for Doomsday who can only be defeated by entropy.

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LINKS

Superman/Doomsday: Hunter/Prey Vol 1 1 in DC Database.
Immortal Hulk Vol 1 13 in Marvel Database.
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