New York, NY— October 20, 2020 — This January, writer/artist Declan Shalvey will deliver an IMMORTAL HULK tale that gets to the heart of gamma! Known for his outstanding covers as well as his work on books like Moon Knight and Venom, the all-star creator will both write and draw this action-packed issue.
Every morning, Bruce Banner wakes up in a new place. The Hulk is trying to tell him something — but Bruce has had enough of his green-veined alter. When a new gamma-powered villain shows up in a small New Mexico town, Bruce is forced to confront the source of his anger…and it’s nothing that fans will expect.
“What Al Ewing and Joe Bennett have accomplished with IMMORTAL HULK is astounding. I love how the book has given the character a new twist that has expanded what can be done with (and said about the) character,” Shalvey said. “To get to play in this particular sandbox with this one-shot is such a thrill, it’s a great challenge as a storyteller, to add to this new mythology as both a writer and artist. Big, Hulk-sized boots to fill, I hope it lives up to the great work already accomplished by the IMMORTAL HULK team.”
Don’t miss an extraordinary tale from one of the industry’s top talents when IMMORTAL HULK: FLATLINE #1 hits stands in January! Now, if you’re interested in the latest issue of IMMORTAL HULK, click HERE to get a copy! If you’ve been really digging Ewing’s IMMORTAL HULK, click HERE to get your hands on related trades, volumes, and issues. Maybe Declan Shalvey is one of your favs? Click HERE to take a deep dive into some of his past work. Lastly, if HULK is your all-time favorite hero, click HERE to snag some of the very best issues and trades from the jolly jade giant. And finally, if you’re looking for something else to read, check out my Amazon Online Comic Shop by clicking HERE. Thank you all for the read and continued support. Stay safe and stay healthy.
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2 thoughts on “Immortal Hulk: Flatline THIS JANUARY”
I’m of two minds on this news. On the one hand, this lets the Immortal Hulk keep going in a manageable way after the series ends. On the other hand, we could end up with a bad story that tries but fails to land. But if the Immortal She-Hulk and Immortal Hulk: the Threshing Place one-shots are anything to go by, this could still be very good.
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I’m going in positive my self. I hope it’s good
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