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    Quote Originally Posted by Cth View Post
    If I had to guess, Joe's getting stronger (out in daylight, able to take and maintain control for long periods where Bruce doesn't know what happened) and Devil is just starting to get some day time.

    So Joe is trying to bargain to get some "Hulk" time and locking Devil out as a way to show he's getting stronger and not going to be shut out like he was for much longer.

    Unless Fixit and Devil start coming together and we see the start of the Maestro alter forming.
    It looks like Joe has made his move. We’re definitely seeing the beginnings of another conflict between the personalities like in issue #376. However, on second thought, what if that’s not Joe we’re seeing but Brian Banner instead? He has been seen since issue 24, and he also makes the same expression on his face when he’s around. I think about it, that would explain why Bruce had that mustache in issue 18, and why he was asking joe for help at the end of #24. Perhaps in order for TOBA’s ultimate plan to be realized, Bruce and Hulk need to be physically separated again, with it taking control of Hulk’s body and Brain having control of Bruce’s body as reward for his obedience and revenge for Bruce killing him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenlyDemonic View Post
    It looks like Joe has made his move. We’re definitely seeing the beginnings of another conflict between the personalities like in issue #376. However, on second thought, what if that’s not Joe we’re seeing but Brian Banner instead? He has been seen since issue 24, and he also makes the same expression on his face when he’s around. I think about it, that would explain why Bruce had that mustache in issue 18, and why he was asking joe for help at the end of #24. Perhaps in order for TOBA’s ultimate plan to be realized, Bruce and Hulk need to be physically separated again, with it taking control of Hulk’s body and Brain having control of Bruce’s body as reward for his obedience and revenge for Bruce killing him.
    There's been a parallel between Joe and Brian with the mustache and expressions.

    I think Joe just reacts differently to Brian than the other personalities. Instead of Anger and Fear, Joe regards Brian mostly with disrespect and indifference,vso he's not as bothered by looking or acting like him if it suits his purpose.

  3. #108

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ptrvc View Post
    There's been a parallel between Joe and Brian with the mustache and expressions.

    I think Joe just reacts differently to Brian than the other personalities. Instead of Anger and Fear, Joe regards Brian mostly with disrespect and indifference,vso he's not as bothered by looking or acting like him if it suits his purpose.
    I still think that Joe has anger towards his dad, especially given what he said to Samson during the incoming one shot. It’s more likely that as He matures from being out during the day, Joe becomes like Devil Hulk, expressing his anger through cold, blunt and dismissive jabs, instead of outward and direct hostility. Samson May be on to something why he mentioned to Betty that the personalities are rubbing off on each other. Bruce seems to be taking on more tactical skills, while Devil Hulk seems to be behaving more heroically( at least in this arc).

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    How do one post scans?
    Hello there!

    First go to a good site to upload the pics you have (and want to post). Gifyu (gifyu.com is amazing).

    Second, when the pic is uploaded, you can click on it, and if you scroll down a bit, you'll see the option embeded codes. There, just look for the (Full Image) BBCode. Copy the link there and post it here. That's it. I hope this helps you.

  5. #110

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    By Joe Bennet and Ryan Ottley




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    Besides Joe Bennet art as the regular artist of Hulk,some upcoming Hulk stories will be having art by Mike Del Mundo and Butch Guice.
    Looking forward to see those two art styles with the new Hulk stories.

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    And Immortal Hulk wins again.!


    2019 Golden Issue Award Winners - Comics


    BEST ONGOING SERIES: THE IMMORTAL HULK

    There are plenty of exciting new releases to be found in any given year, but it’s rare to see a series sustain that early enthusiasm, much less build upon it. That’s exactly what The Immortal Hulk has accomplished, however. When the series began in 2018, it was instantly heralded as a thrilling new take on the character from two of Marvel’s best creators, but 2019 revealed far greater ambitions along with the inclusion of perfectly-selected guest artists. Each new issue expanded upon existing themes, while also addressing new threads of climate change and social injustice. The Immortal Hulk is the rare series that continues to build upon past successes in order to deliver ever greater adventures and formidable ideas.




    BEST COVER ARTIST: ALEX ROSS

    Since comics like Kingdom Come and Marvels, it has been easy for comics fans to take Alex Ross and his painted triumphs for granted. However, his work on the covers of The Immortal Hulk throughout 2019 serve as a potent reminder why Ross is renowned as a living legend. As a cover artist, he transforms the literal and thematic content of the series into grand statements capable of luring readers in and informing them what the series is about. Unique perspectives and visual metaphors are common components in a collection of covers that were unparalleled in 2019. Not only is Alex Ross an essential part of The Immortal Hulk team, but he’s reminding us all why his name has already been revered for decades.


    BEST WRITER: AL EWING

    After an explosive debut and first year, it was difficult to imagine where The Immortal Hulk would go next, but 2019 made it clear the series was far from complete. Al Ewing has delved into the intensely personal, outlining the detailed psychology of Bruce Banner and his compatriots, and expanded to the cosmic, delivering stories from the universe’s final days. What’s most impressive is that these very different scales and ideas work perfectly as independent pieces and a whole. The Immortal Hulk presents one of the most ambitious and comprehensive visions to appear in superhero comics from the past decade, and it’s a vision masterminded to work with an array of different artists and within the endlessly strange continuity of Marvel Comics. Al Ewing’s accomplishments in writing The Immortal Hulk already appear tremendous, and he’s far from done.


    https://comicbook.com/comics/2020/01...inners-comics/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal Hulk View Post
    Hello there!

    First go to a good site to upload the pics you have (and want to post). Gifyu (gifyu.com is amazing).

    Second, when the pic is uploaded, you can click on it, and if you scroll down a bit, you'll see the option embeded codes. There, just look for the (Full Image) BBCode. Copy the link there and post it here. That's it. I hope this helps you.
    Yes it helps. Thanks man

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    Incredible Hulk #278

    “Amnesty!”

    Cover Date: December 1982
    Sale Date: September 7th, 1982
    Writer: Bill Mantlo
    Artist: Sal Buscema
    Inker: Joe Sinnott
    Letterer: Jim Novak
    Colorist: Bob Sharen
    Editor: Al Milgrom


    Guest Stars/Supporting Cast: Too many to list, but the majority of seen heroes are; the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, Alpha Flight, the Defenders, and the X-Men.
    Villain: The Leader
    Synopsis: Doc Samson arrives at Gamma Base to try and help the Hulk, only to find out from Betty Ross that he, Rick and Bereet have left for New York City. Their first stop is the Baxter Building, where he’s attacked by three of the four members, until Reed Richards reminds them that Banner is in control of the Hulk’s body. He then explains his position and with the help of the FF and others, is able to get word out about getting a Presidential Pardon written and signed. Sometime later (days or weeks, it’s never explicitly stated) outside the White House, Matt Murdock reads the signed Pardon aloud to the Hulk, with Rick, Bereet and a large group of various super heroes/groups in front of the press. Suddenly a fleet of alien ships fills the sky and begins attacking the Capitol. An astounded Bereet claims that this is impossible because they were Krylorian ships from one of her movies. Regardless, the Hulk leads the charge, with others following suit. The invasion is thwarted and the ships mysteriously disappear, leaving the heroes to cheer the Hulk’s actions. We end the issue with a chagrined General Ross accepting the Hulk’s heroic actions and the Leader revealing himself as the mastermind to the invasion.
    Commentary: Another rare Hulk cover by Sal. I’m sure reading this in real-time would have one wonder if next issue everything falls apart, since the Leader is involved, but…no. We got another year and a half to go…

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    Incredible Hulk #279

    “Everyone Loves A Parade, Right?”

    Cover Date: January 1983
    Sale Date: October 12th, 1982
    Writer: Bill Mantlo
    Artists: Mark Gruenwald and Greg LaRocque
    Letterer: Janice Chiang
    Colorist: Bob Sharen
    Editor: Al Milgrom


    Guest Stars/Supporting Cast: Too many to list, but nearly every Marvel hero featured in 1982.
    Synopsis: Following his Presidential Pardon, super-heroes from across the globe and universe gather to celebrate the Hulk’s new lease on life. All but Betty Ross…
    Commentary: After nearly 20 years, the dinky purple shorts are brought back. And he’s going to be wearing them for a LONG time. Sal must have had some vacation time to spend, as Gruenwald and LaRocque fill in on art.


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    Quote Originally Posted by McFarlane's Green Hulk View Post


    Incredible Hulk #279

    “Everyone Loves A Parade, Right?”

    Cover Date: January 1983
    Sale Date: October 12th, 1982
    Writer: Bill Mantlo
    Artists: Mark Gruenwald and Greg LaRocque
    Letterer: Janice Chiang
    Colorist: Bob Sharen
    Editor: Al Milgrom


    Guest Stars/Supporting Cast: Too many to list, but nearly every Marvel hero featured in 1982.
    Synopsis: Following his Presidential Pardon, super-heroes from across the globe and universe gather to celebrate the Hulk’s new lease on life. All but Betty Ross…
    Commentary: After nearly 20 years, the dinky purple shorts are brought back. And he’s going to be wearing them for a LONG time. Sal must have had some vacation time to spend, as Gruenwald and LaRocque fill in on art.

    Is this the issue that happens shortly before Hulk goes berserk and gets teleported away?

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    Actually, the issue you're talking about is #294. It's there where Banner is teleported to the battleworld (where he shows the first signs of losing control). It's in 294 that he starts having "nightmares".

    So, there's quite a few issues before this happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlatinumThorns View Post
    Is this the issue that happens shortly before Hulk goes berserk and gets teleported away?
    Are you thinking of issue #294, where he goes to Battleworld for the Secret Wars mini?
    Or #300, where Dr. Strange banishes him to the Crossroads?

    Like Immortal Hulk said, still a ways to go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenlyDemonic View Post
    Pretty interesting read about the background of how comics are made, but probably a retread for more seasoned readers. But the most noteworthy bit is:

    More recently, we've got the remaining arcs and trades of the book roughly plotted out - we're still missing a few details here and there, some of them major, but we know roughly what each trade looks like and we know how the book's going to end. So with individual issues, we're doing what works and feels right, but in the long run we have a definite plan.
    So this run DOES have a solid ending in mind, which is definitely a good thing since it won't become an ironic corpse because the sales keep at a good number. This backs up an older interview waaay back when #14 came around and Ewing mentioned he had 4 acts in mind-- thus Immortal Hulk will likely wrap up around issue 50. But... the quote mentions "arcs" so if we don't include the current Earth War one, he could've likely wrote up even more. Either way, we're in for a long trip.
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