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Bruce Banner is alive and on the loose - and now the entire world knows it. Soon the Hulk finds himself hunted once again - this time by the government, Alpha Flight, the mysterious Shadow Base - and the Avengers! Someone's going to find him first...but which option is least bad? It might not matter, because Bruce has bigger problems. Something terrible has infected him. S Bruce Banner is alive and on the loose - and now the entire world knows it. Soon the Hulk finds himself hunted once again - this time by the government, Alpha Flight, the mysterious Shadow Base - and the Avengers! Someone's going to find him first...but which option is least bad? It might not matter, because Bruce has bigger problems. Something terrible has infected him. Something with unspeakable plans for humanity. And the only one who knows about this dark infection...is the Immortal Hulk! COLLECTING: IMMORTAL HULK 6-10


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Bruce Banner is alive and on the loose - and now the entire world knows it. Soon the Hulk finds himself hunted once again - this time by the government, Alpha Flight, the mysterious Shadow Base - and the Avengers! Someone's going to find him first...but which option is least bad? It might not matter, because Bruce has bigger problems. Something terrible has infected him. S Bruce Banner is alive and on the loose - and now the entire world knows it. Soon the Hulk finds himself hunted once again - this time by the government, Alpha Flight, the mysterious Shadow Base - and the Avengers! Someone's going to find him first...but which option is least bad? It might not matter, because Bruce has bigger problems. Something terrible has infected him. Something with unspeakable plans for humanity. And the only one who knows about this dark infection...is the Immortal Hulk! COLLECTING: IMMORTAL HULK 6-10

30 review for Immortal Hulk, Vol. 2: The Green Door

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dan Schwent

    The Immortal Hulk: The Green Door collected Immortal Hulk 6-10. Immortal Hulk: The Green Door picks up where the last volume left off. Bruce Banner is on the run, just like the good old days, both from his enemies and from the evil that lurks within, The Immortal Hulk! In this volume, old jade jaws goes up against Gamma Flight, the Avengers, and a beefed up Absorbing Man. That undersells it, though. The Immortal Hulk is more of a horror comic than it is a super hero comic. What's more horrifying t The Immortal Hulk: The Green Door collected Immortal Hulk 6-10. Immortal Hulk: The Green Door picks up where the last volume left off. Bruce Banner is on the run, just like the good old days, both from his enemies and from the evil that lurks within, The Immortal Hulk! In this volume, old jade jaws goes up against Gamma Flight, the Avengers, and a beefed up Absorbing Man. That undersells it, though. The Immortal Hulk is more of a horror comic than it is a super hero comic. What's more horrifying than a pissed off monster that could rip your head off without the slightest strain? Al Ewing's Hulk is like a pit bull that's broken free of its chains after a lifetime of having some asshole beat the shit out it. The gore level is high and there is some grotesque imagery I don't want to spoil for anyone. The only way I would enjoy the Immortal Hulk more is if Bernie Wrightson was doing the art. It's that damn good. The ending has me wanting the third volume right now! I don't know why no one has attempted doing The Hulk as a straight up horror comic but The Immortal Hulk really works for me. 4.5 out of 5 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Crikey, what a rubbish comic full of overused Hulk tropes! Hulk fights the Avengers for the umpteenth time before being kidnapped and sperimented on by the gov’mint for the umpteenth time before finishing with a punch-up with a dull villain - guess who wins? It’s so predictable and uninspired. I got nothing out of Immortal Hulk, Volume 2: The Green Door. It’s one of the most generic, tedious and unimaginative Hulk stories I’ve ever read and couldn’t recommend something this bland and dreary to a Crikey, what a rubbish comic full of overused Hulk tropes! Hulk fights the Avengers for the umpteenth time before being kidnapped and sperimented on by the gov’mint for the umpteenth time before finishing with a punch-up with a dull villain - guess who wins? It’s so predictable and uninspired. I got nothing out of Immortal Hulk, Volume 2: The Green Door. It’s one of the most generic, tedious and unimaginative Hulk stories I’ve ever read and couldn’t recommend something this bland and dreary to anyone!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Artemy

    Al Ewing keeps bringing his A-game with this title, and if anything the second volume of The Immortal Hulk is even better than the first one. Hulk is the flat-out villain here, and it's entirely engrossing and very disturbing thanks to Joe Bennett and a couple of guest artists who don't shy away from gore and body horror — honestly, I can't believe a book this visually and thematically messed up is being published by Marvel in 2018, but I'm so glad that it is. Ewing takes numerous bold choices i Al Ewing keeps bringing his A-game with this title, and if anything the second volume of The Immortal Hulk is even better than the first one. Hulk is the flat-out villain here, and it's entirely engrossing and very disturbing thanks to Joe Bennett and a couple of guest artists who don't shy away from gore and body horror — honestly, I can't believe a book this visually and thematically messed up is being published by Marvel in 2018, but I'm so glad that it is. Ewing takes numerous bold choices in regards to the story, but that cliffhanger ending definitely takes the cake. I can't wait to see if and how it all resolves in the next volume. In short, this is still probably the best book Marvel is currently publishing, and one of the very few of theirs worth reading these days. Not to be missed.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Malum

    "You are in hell, little man. And I am the devil!" -Batman Begins Even better than volume 1. This "Devil Hulk" run is insane and I am loving it. If you have always wanted to see Hulk use someone's spinal cord and skull as a ball and chain, then this is the book for you.

  5. 5 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Hulk is pumped up on hate fuel cause this dude is going head to head with the entire Avengers team. So what is happening with the good old green giant? Well after the events of the last book we have the hulk walking around the world doing what he does best. Fucking shit up. However, the Avengers try to stop the hulk. In doing so we have some epic showdowns, including Thor getting manhandled and She-hulk getting her butt whooped. Then the 2nd half involves the Kreel trying to take down Hulk and w Hulk is pumped up on hate fuel cause this dude is going head to head with the entire Avengers team. So what is happening with the good old green giant? Well after the events of the last book we have the hulk walking around the world doing what he does best. Fucking shit up. However, the Avengers try to stop the hulk. In doing so we have some epic showdowns, including Thor getting manhandled and She-hulk getting her butt whooped. Then the 2nd half involves the Kreel trying to take down Hulk and well...what do you think happens? Good: The fights are super vicious and fun here. Hulk has never seem more threnting when he's in full control and "devilish" as they call him the Devil Hulk. I also think the art works well for this series and gives a good feel of body horror and fun epic battles. The first half is a big action set pieces, and it only slows down a bit before picking back up. Bad: The side cast here can get a little boring. The background story and the people after the hulk are easily the weakest part of the series. Overall hulk continues to be a super fun read. Probably one of the most fun at the moment. I'd go with a 3.5 but I'll bump it to a 4 for the entertainment factor.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    For 10 issues now, I've been consistently blown away by how amazing this series is. Mixing body horror, nightmare-fuel-art, and a surreal mystery, Ewing turns the Hulk from a puppet in a boring action book into an unstoppable machine of destruction and his enemies into demonic entities. It's really one of the most freakish comic books out there, on par with Junji Ito's horror.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Adam Fisher

    Consider my jaw dropped.... I didn't Marvel had it in them to take scenes you'd normally see when Carnage is around, and put it in the main Hulk title. So gory and good! Scared to let Hulk out (because of possible possession by an entity who seems to be Brian Banner, his father), Bruce (with the help of Hulk subconsciously) decides to go back to where it all started: "Home", or the site of where the Gamma bomb hit him, and the possible location of "the green door". He is being watched though, by Consider my jaw dropped.... I didn't Marvel had it in them to take scenes you'd normally see when Carnage is around, and put it in the main Hulk title. So gory and good! Scared to let Hulk out (because of possible possession by an entity who seems to be Brian Banner, his father), Bruce (with the help of Hulk subconsciously) decides to go back to where it all started: "Home", or the site of where the Gamma bomb hit him, and the possible location of "the green door". He is being watched though, by a dark organization called "Shadow Base", who hope to study what gives Hulk his powers, but only so they can replicate them. The Avengers are keeping tabs on him too, and they confront him, wanting to take him in, so..... out comes Hulk and battle starts! Unable to hold their own against him, and as a last ditch resort, Stark is able to fire the "Helios Laser", a pure beam of hard light shot from orbit, that not only destroys Hulk down to his skeleton, but also levels an entire town. They turn his body over to the government and Hulk wakes, currently imprisoned by Shadow Base, but unable to move because his body has been cut up into 20-30 pieces and stuffed into jars... but he is still alive. The doctor overseeing the project at Shadow Base realizes that Hulk is still able to move, and (in one of the coolest scenes I've ever seen from Marvel) Hulk breaks out of the jars, reforming but crushing the doctor with his reassembling body. Entering the story now, Crusher Creel is being experimented on by Shadow Base, and has been given "Hulk-like" powers, turning red and able to absorb Gamma like Hulk can. Sent out to stop him, Absorbing Man and Hulk go toe to toe, and almost immediately, Creel absorbs the "green door" entity from Bruce. (This is where things get weird....) As they absorb each other, back and forth, Hulk loses TONS of mass, looking very skinny and muscled, though still very much Hulk, and Creel.... well.... (another shock from Marvel)... splits down the middle, skin and muscle flaps to either side and skull and spine still upright and able to speak. Alpha Flight intervenes and Creel gets away. Hulk tries to communicate that they need to stop him, but it's too late, and Creel begins to absorb the "green door", transporting Hulk and all around to Hell..... wait what? I need the next Volume so I can figure out how and why that happened! Excellent... Hulk is now the monster he really should have always been. High recommend.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    First, it's the Hulk versus the Avengers! And that's the least exciting thing in this entire volume. At the mercy of a shadowy organization, the Immortal Hulk meets his maker...or does he? Plus, what is the Green Door? And, more importantly, what's behind it? God damn this book is good. Each issue is told in its own way, in its own style, and yet the synergy between it all makes for such a perfect interpretation of the relationship between Banner and the Hulk, and the Hulk and the rest of the wor First, it's the Hulk versus the Avengers! And that's the least exciting thing in this entire volume. At the mercy of a shadowy organization, the Immortal Hulk meets his maker...or does he? Plus, what is the Green Door? And, more importantly, what's behind it? God damn this book is good. Each issue is told in its own way, in its own style, and yet the synergy between it all makes for such a perfect interpretation of the relationship between Banner and the Hulk, and the Hulk and the rest of the world, all while delving deep into the backstory of the character in a way that only Al Ewing can manage and propelling the character further and further down the road he set him on way back in issue 1. There are two specific issues here I want to point out but can't because of spoilers - but trust me, they'll knock you flying. Ewing's grasp of horror and Joe Bennett's insane artwork makes this almost difficult to read at times, but in such a manner that you just can't tear yourself away. The very premise of Immortal Hulk means he's here to stay, and I wouldn't have it any other way right now.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Al Ewing's Immortal Hulk continues to be an evocative and innovative take on the character. In this volume, Ewing really achieves a full integration with his new horror genre, effortlessly intermingling it with the rest of the story line, which includes fights with the Avengers and Gamma Flight. The comic drags from time to time, particularly with the Absorbing Man's backstory, but this continues to be a great new book that nonetheless does a great job of linking to the larger Marvel universe.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kris Ritchie

    This has by far some of the more gruesome imagery Marvel lets grace it's pages currently. If you have read the trades, you know of course I am talking about when (view spoiler)[ Hulk re-forms around and essentially consumes a scientist after being dissected. (hide spoiler)] Also, this horror-fueled take on the Hulk may be one of my favorite Marvel comics since Jason Aaron started writing Thor.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    After too many reboots and retools and whatnot, I'm now only buying two Marvel Universe books: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, which is joyful and upbeat and suitable for all ages – and The Immortal Hulk, which is absolutely none of those things. Well, except maybe 'joyful', because I alarmed a train carriage this morning when I burst out laughing at the face of the scientist as he realised why the Hulk had suffered himself to be dissected and kept, still living (at least by night) in a shelf full After too many reboots and retools and whatnot, I'm now only buying two Marvel Universe books: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, which is joyful and upbeat and suitable for all ages – and The Immortal Hulk, which is absolutely none of those things. Well, except maybe 'joyful', because I alarmed a train carriage this morning when I burst out laughing at the face of the scientist as he realised why the Hulk had suffered himself to be dissected and kept, still living (at least by night) in a shelf full of jars. Because yes, this is the sort of book where things like that happen to the protagonist, and worse yet to the supporting cast. You see, as the title suggests, there are worse things than the Hulk lurking beneath the human, surface world, and some of them are finally breaking through...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Ewing is really leaning into the horrific elements of Hulk, and he's turning out a deeply weird and unsettling book. It's fantastic and so different from virtually every other superhero book out there that it's barely a superhero book at this point.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Al Ewing continues to explore the Hulk as a horror monster in very interesting ways, taking Banner and Hulk to some very dark places along the way. There is some imagery in this book that is very disturbing and will haunt me for a while (and I couldn't ask for anything more), so my hat's off to Joe Bennett for his amazingly detailed artwork. As in the previous volume, the middle chapter was the one that I found most interesting, because it put Hulk in a situation I don't believe he's ever found Al Ewing continues to explore the Hulk as a horror monster in very interesting ways, taking Banner and Hulk to some very dark places along the way. There is some imagery in this book that is very disturbing and will haunt me for a while (and I couldn't ask for anything more), so my hat's off to Joe Bennett for his amazingly detailed artwork. As in the previous volume, the middle chapter was the one that I found most interesting, because it put Hulk in a situation I don't believe he's ever found himself in before. I was genuinely curious about how he was going to get out of his predicament. I find myself repeatedly impressed at the inventive ways that Ewing manages to challenge Hulk and portray him in ways I've never seen before. Just when I am getting a little tired of this whole story involving Banner's father (it needs to get somewhere already), Ewing leaves Hulk off in a VERY interesting place in the cliffhanger that once again has me wondering what will come next. And I think this ending will really catapult the story with Banner's father into some kind of confrontation that I am quite curious to see. A very enjoyable ride that I look forward to continuing.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Scott Lee

    Ewing in attempting to go all the way back to what he sees as the basics of Hulk and play with the "original toys" so to speak, is inevitably writing as ambitious and mythos-building a Hulk story as I've ever seen. He in essence recreates the origin of our big green-skinned hero not by changing the basic facts we know, but by playing on the fact that Marvel has made Hulk immortal, and using that as a key to expand the on the origin. The titular Green Door--which first appears in volume 1, althou Ewing in attempting to go all the way back to what he sees as the basics of Hulk and play with the "original toys" so to speak, is inevitably writing as ambitious and mythos-building a Hulk story as I've ever seen. He in essence recreates the origin of our big green-skinned hero not by changing the basic facts we know, but by playing on the fact that Marvel has made Hulk immortal, and using that as a key to expand the on the origin. The titular Green Door--which first appears in volume 1, although it's mostly slightly-annoying, vague backstory there--is the source of this re-envisioning of the hero, and I'm not quite sure what I think of it. The big build-up without a final explanation drops this one to a four for me, but it's still an excellent volume. I'm excited to see what Ewing and co. do next.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Sorrentino

    One chapter is a big fight scene against the Avengers. It must be that writers think the audience wants to see Hulk in a big fight smashing. Or perhaps it helps establish Hulk as the strongest one there is. There's a chapter with some crazy science. And maybe Hulk displaying a new power? There's a chapter where Hulk's story parallels the Absorbing Man. It's a visually striking chapter with each character's story on facing pages. Different artists depict each character. Not just to differentiate th One chapter is a big fight scene against the Avengers. It must be that writers think the audience wants to see Hulk in a big fight smashing. Or perhaps it helps establish Hulk as the strongest one there is. There's a chapter with some crazy science. And maybe Hulk displaying a new power? There's a chapter where Hulk's story parallels the Absorbing Man. It's a visually striking chapter with each character's story on facing pages. Different artists depict each character. Not just to differentiate the characters, but also I think to play on the duality theme that's prevalent in Hulk lore. The final chapter brings us to the Green Door and what lies beyond. It makes me suspect that Hulk's strength may not merely be powered by radiation, but may also be fueled by something supernatural.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jonabel

    I don't usually read Hulk comics, but this was so much fun to read! The artwork is so amazingly grotesque at times that it takes your breath away, and the changes in art style for different POVs is also an additional bonus. Plotwise, the plot keeps building up to something bigger with each issue that I no longer know what to expect in the next arc- but that's a good thing! The writing still somehow manages to be top tier despite how a lot of ridiculous (and surprising!) stuff happens in most of I don't usually read Hulk comics, but this was so much fun to read! The artwork is so amazingly grotesque at times that it takes your breath away, and the changes in art style for different POVs is also an additional bonus. Plotwise, the plot keeps building up to something bigger with each issue that I no longer know what to expect in the next arc- but that's a good thing! The writing still somehow manages to be top tier despite how a lot of ridiculous (and surprising!) stuff happens in most of these issues- these might have turned out horribly in another series, but the writing manages to pull it through and IT'S GREAT (and again, SO MUCH FUN). Hulk is at his evilest and also his best here- the next arc awaits!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Blindzider

    Ewing is truly making a name for himself with this book! Fear, horror, suspense. All are invoked at one point or another. The reader and sometimes the characters becomes scared when they realize just how strong and out of (their) control the Hulk has become. The there is shock and disgust at what the Hulk does to one man. Easily the best part of this volume. You will know what it is when it happens. The only bad thing is the artist changes every issues and the generally were not similar in style Ewing is truly making a name for himself with this book! Fear, horror, suspense. All are invoked at one point or another. The reader and sometimes the characters becomes scared when they realize just how strong and out of (their) control the Hulk has become. The there is shock and disgust at what the Hulk does to one man. Easily the best part of this volume. You will know what it is when it happens. The only bad thing is the artist changes every issues and the generally were not similar in style. And even then, they all hover around the average mark. While one visual is pulled from the movie John Carpenter's The Thing, it fits, because many of the emotions invoked from that movie are paralleled in this book. Hands down one of the top books from Marvel right now.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    This volume trades some of the horror of loneliness aspect of the the first that I really liked in favour of more traditional ensemble punch ups but it does also lean further into the grotesque body horror of Cronenberg/Carpenter and having a main Marvel title that is so horror focused is really refreshing. Definitely worth continuing.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Roy

    Easily one of the strongest Marvel runs atm. I love all action scenes, love the hulks character build. My only issue with the run so far especially this volume are the secondary characters. They just seem flat and irrelevant some of the time. Otherwise a great series so far.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tom

    The Hulk can't die, but people keep trying to put him down. As it is, there is a secret military project looking to bring the Hulk in, but for different reasons than has been seen in the past, and the real problem for the Hulk is something got into his head, something that looks like Bruce Banner's dead father. And while Banner actually admits that the Hulk is somehow the smarter one, and the Hulk admits he does what he does to protect Banner, well, Al Ewing is doing interesting things here that The Hulk can't die, but people keep trying to put him down. As it is, there is a secret military project looking to bring the Hulk in, but for different reasons than has been seen in the past, and the real problem for the Hulk is something got into his head, something that looks like Bruce Banner's dead father. And while Banner actually admits that the Hulk is somehow the smarter one, and the Hulk admits he does what he does to protect Banner, well, Al Ewing is doing interesting things here that may have never been done with the Hulk before.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ed

    The second volume of Immortal Hulk is just as strong as the first. There's a fantastic battle with the Avengers that has a brutal and shocking ending. Issue 8 has some genuinely nasty body horror with Hulk. It was some literally afraid to turn the page kinda shit. The dual art introduced in issue 8 to show Crusher Creel's perspective works at first, but fails when it switches to a big battle. Still, this introduces a genuinely horrifying gamma-drained Hulk that is just deeply hideous. Also, what The second volume of Immortal Hulk is just as strong as the first. There's a fantastic battle with the Avengers that has a brutal and shocking ending. Issue 8 has some genuinely nasty body horror with Hulk. It was some literally afraid to turn the page kinda shit. The dual art introduced in issue 8 to show Crusher Creel's perspective works at first, but fails when it switches to a big battle. Still, this introduces a genuinely horrifying gamma-drained Hulk that is just deeply hideous. Also, what a shocking ending.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Oedipuss Wrecks

    This current run could still go wrong (it seems to be leading to some mystical Hulk Force idea). There are typical comics tropes moments in this book (superhero on superhero battles, gratuitous guest appearances), but the few great moments genuinely surprise. There are some genuinely frightening scenes in this book. It's hard for horror to work in the comics medium. At its best moments, this book is terrifically horrific.

  23. 5 out of 5

    B

    Poor Absorbing Man. We keep seeing this where a secondary character gets written to be super-fun . . . like Batroc in Gwenpool or Kraven in Squirrel Girl. And it's just not sustainable No one really needs this fun secondary character. They need a punching bag. Anyway, this is some cool stuff . . . if it pays off. I think this series could have been a winner without an attempt to create an overaching theme. Just as a series of monster one-offs. But we'll see !

  24. 4 out of 5

    Beelzefuzz

    I have no idea where this is going, but this book was a brutally fun ride on the way. The fights were so off the wall crazy. I do not care about Alpha Flight or Langowski (I don't even care to check that spelling), so this drags for me when they show up, but if the last line is to be believed, then I do see why they are dragging Puck through this story. I am very curious to see what that last line meant, be it literal or some new Hulk mythos building in the works.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Brown

    A great read with excellent art that pops off of the page about the government going after the Hulk and the possibility of the green door being opened. For I do not exist: There exist but the thousands of mirrors that reflect me. -Vladimir Nabokov (The Eye) We are each our own devil, and we make this world our Hell. -Oscar Wilde (“The Duchess of Padua”) https://nicolewbrown.blogspot.com/201...

  26. 5 out of 5

    Akkisuitok

    Sometimes I'm just like "yep, give me some crazy horror story", and this story absolutely delivers on that front. What a read. They should let Al Ewing write all the things ever, he's ridiculously good with these solo character series, and clearly having a lot of fun with this horror version of the Hulk.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Pyramids Ubiquitous

    When I read comics I do not expect anything approaching academic stimulation or literary writing, but I do expect it to be fun. This particular Hulk run has been consistently entertaining and cool. Again, I can do without the daddy issues (I'm not sure why this has to be in every Marvel comic?). A distilled form of these concepts has me fantasizing about a great body horror Marvel movie.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Oleksandr Tarasov

    God or maybe Devil almighty! I never thought I would care for big green guy as much as I do now. The Immortal Hulk by Al Ewing just exists on another level of storytelling. Each new issue is blowing my mind away and I can't wait to see what comes next.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lukas Holmes

    I could not be enjoying this more. We've seen Hulk set in 'horrific stories' but I don't know if we've ever seen him just done in a straight up horror way. To have this be the way they bring him back to the universe is so unique and so fun.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Adam Landrum

    Brilliant. Simply the best comic I’ve read in years. Al Ewing et al are have added a simple yet brilliant twist to one of marvels most iconic characters. Can’t wait for the next book to come out.

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