Bruce Banner Nearly Pulls a Hank Pym in Marvel Avengers: Hulk #1 [Preview]

This week, Marvel will release Marvel Avengers Hulk #1, a comic set in the Gamerverse and serving as a prequel to the upcoming Marvel Avengers video game. It's unclear who buys these video-game tie-in comics, so we assume the purpose of these is to give them away as some kind of pre-order or deluxe edition bonus when the actual game comes out. In any case, we've got a preview below.

Marvel Avengers: Hulk #1 [Preview]

Marvel Avengers: Hulk #1 [Preview]

In the preview, we find the Hulk raging out as always.

Marvel Avengers: Hulk #1 [Preview]

But a S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist has a way to calm him down. Classical music and knockout gas.

Marvel Avengers: Hulk #1 [Preview]

Once Banner is back to normal, it's time for a makeout sesh.

Marvel Avengers: Hulk #1 [Preview]

But is that rage really all The Hulk's? Or is it Banner's own? If this comic were posted on /r/relationships, everyone would be advising you to dump his ass over all these red flags, Monica.

Marvel Avengers: Hulk #1 [Preview]

Marvel Avengers Hulk #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

MARVEL AVENGERS HULK #1
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(W) Jim Zub (A) Ariel Olivetti (CA) Stonehouse
HULK STARS IN THE SMASHING PREQUEL TO THE UPCOMING VIDEO GAME, MARVEL'S AVENGERS!
The adventure leading to MARVEL'S AVENGERS rages on, with an all-new story leading directly into the events of the highly anticipated video game!
As the incredible HULK, the monstrous alter ego of scientist BRUCE BANNER, he's done good for the world. But with the virtually uncontrollable, gigantic green rage monster always bubbling under his skin, Banner has teamed up with an inquisitive scientist in an attempt to regulate the beast once and for all. As their experiments go deeper, a catastrophic event may spell the end for more than just Banner's curse!
Witness crucial incidents and intrigue in the saga tied to the earthshaking events in the MARVEL'S AVENGERS game next year!
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 05, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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