The Hulk Aggressively Defends His Trademark in Immortal Hulk #31 [Preview]

This week, The Immortal Hulk #31 hits stores from Marvel Comics, by Al Ewing and Joe Bennett, and it's a battle for the ages. A trademark battle, that is. A preview:

Immortal Hulk #31 [Preview]

Roxxon has a plan to replace the Hulk with a Hulk of their own, which is why they've staged an attack by monsters and sent their own Hulk to save the day.

Immortal Hulk #31 [Preview]

And this Hulk, Xemnu, may have a better claim to the name than the Hulk himself, dating all the way back to 1960… or whenever 1960 was in Marvel time now. How do you explain that in court?

Immortal Hulk #31 [Preview]

Of course, this battle is unlikely to take place in a courtroom.

Immortal Hulk #31 [Preview]

As when the Hulk comes face to face with Xemnu again, he recalls their history.

Immortal Hulk #31 [Preview]

And now it's time to smash!

Immortal Hulk #31 [Preview]

Immortal Hulk #31 hits stores on Wednesday.

IMMORTAL HULK #31
DEC190900
(W) Al Ewing (A) Joe Bennett (CA) Alex Ross
• There's a new monster in town. He's cuddly. He's lovable. He's down with the kids. And he's available for your corporate retreat.
• Yes, there was another Hulk, once – the one who made all those nasty threats to end the world. But who needs him?
• THE LIVING HULK is here. And he's going to save us all – or your money back.
Rated T+
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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