First Appearance of The Amazing Sphulker-Man in Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1 [Preview]

From Marvel Comics next week, Tom Taylor and Jorge Molina bring you the crossover you've been waiting for: The Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1, five dollars cheap!

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1

With great power, there must also come great responsibility. And with the need to constantly boost sales, there must also come extraneous crossovers.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1

And that's how we find Bruce Banner waking up with a wicked hangover.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1

But something is missing. The Hulk! Well, that's a relief, isn't it? Banner can finally move on with his life.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1

Except, if the Hulk isn't there, where is he? Apparently he's inside Spider-Man, because body-swapping is basically the idea for every single Spider-Man crossover lately.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1

But seriously, the Hulkverine thing managed to spawn a crossover, an ongoing series, and another crossover mini-series. So Sphulker-Man is pretty much a no-brainer.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1

Except, Spider-Man has trouble remembering his greatest lesson even on a good day. With all the pent-up testosterone rage of The Hulk coursing through his puny brain, will he be able to control himself? Doubtful.

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1

Immortal Hulk: Great Power #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

IMMORTAL HULK GREAT POWER #1
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(W) Tom Taylor (A/CA) Jorge Molina
THE HULK FINDS A NEW HOST: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN!
When Bruce Banner wakes up in the middle of the night without the Hulk, he thinks he's finally free. But the Hulk is immortal – and the night's not over yet. If you thought he was dangerous in the body of mild-mannered Bruce Banner, wait till you see him now. Peter Parker is a man with the proportional strength and agility of a spider, capable of lifting trains on his bad days. And he's about to get a big, green power-up – with a temper to match.
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 05, 2020
SRP: $4.99

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