All-Green Immortal Hulk Sells For Over $200

The Immortal Hulk #25 was a rather special issue from Al Ewing and Joe Bennett, German Garcia, Ruy Jose, set further in the future than any Marvel Comics title before it, establishing the colour green as the most fearsome of all the realities, and a taboo hue, even in a reality that communicates with colour.

So, a variant cover that is nothing but green might seem rather suitable. Limited to one copy for every two hundred copies that retailers ordered, there are not that many to go around. And while most copies sell for around $150 on eBay, there are always examples of extremes. And on November 8th, the two most recent copies sold, one for over $200.


All-Green Immortal Hulk Sells For Up to $250

….and one for $6. Actually they sold four copies at that price before pulling it.

All-Green Immortal Hulk Sells For Up to $250

Damn, that was quite the Buy It Now option. And Marel didn't have to pay any artists for the cover either… just whoever did clicked the 'Fill' icon.

(W) Al Ewing (A) Joe Bennett, German Garcia, Ruy Jose (CA) Alex Ross
•  You've never read a Hulk comic like this before. You've never read a Marvel comic like this before.
•  The heat death of our universe has come and gone. The Hulk is finally dead. Now, billions of years later, the Ninth Cosmos cowers…
•   …before the BREAKER OF WORLDS.
Rated T+In Shops: Oct 23, 2019 SRP: $5.99

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