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Immortal Hulk to End With Its Fiftieth Issue

Immortal Hulk to End With Its Fiftieth Issue

Immortal Hulk by Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, Ruy José and Paul Mounts is the best comic book Marvel Comics is publishing by far Sorry, Donny Cates, Jonathan Hickman, but it is Reminiscent in parts of Alan Moore, Steve Bissette and Rick Veitch's Swamp Thing, it has taken the Hulk back to its horror roots, and created[...]



Activist Hulk Takes Down Toxic Capitalism in Immortal Hulk #27 (Spoilers)

Activist Hulk Takes Down Toxic Capitalism in Immortal Hulk #27 (Spoilers)

At least that's what they thought...Hulk incoming... IMMORTAL HULK #27 (W) Al Ewing (A) Joe Bennett (CA) Alex Ross • Some monsters are born from gamma.. other monsters worship a different kind of green. •  In his war on the human world, the Immortal Hulk is taking the fight to its lords and masters - the Roxxon Corporation. •  But when you mess[...]

In Memory of Erik Bennett Son of Joe Bennett

In Memory of Erik Bennett, Son of Joe Bennett

In today's Immortal Hulk comic book, the letters page at the back begins with an image by the series artist Joe Bennett A few weeks ago he and his wife lost their young son, Erik Bennett Bleeding Cool reprints the note from Marvel editorial, as well as the artwork Joe used to tell his readers[...]


Artists Named for Marvel Comics Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Naming Aaron Kuder, Andrea Sorrentino, Annie Wu, Carlos Pacheco, Carmen Carnero, Francesco Manna, Humberto Ramos, Javier Garron, Jim Cheung, Joe Bennett, Jorge Fornes, Kim Jacinto, Luciano Vecchio, Mattia De Iulis, and R.B Silva.Here's the current solicitation: ONE WILL UNITE THEM! A mysterious murder brings together the heroes of the Marvel Universe in the search for a killer[...]

Now is the Time to Catch Up on the Immortal Hulk if You havent

Now is the Time to Catch Up on the Immortal Hulk if You haven't

Throw in pencils from a Joe Bennett that is elevating his game to new heights and covers by Alex Ross, and the entire run has been a home run.[caption id="attachment_859289" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Immortal Hulk #1 cover by Alex Ross[/caption]And that has led to amazing sales, not to mention crazy stupid prices on the aftermarket[...]

The Immortal Hulk #5 Review: A Beautifully Dark Deathmatch

The Immortal Hulk #5 Review: A Beautifully Dark Deathmatch

She’s something a little different, and it adds to the cynical tone of the comic.[caption id="attachment_914637" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Immortal Hulk #5 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts[/caption]Joe Bennett’s part in this work cannot be understated His artwork is gorgeous and does this battle justice Both Hulk and Sasquatch look aptly monstrous,[...]

Aquaman #39 Review: Atlantis Against the Suicide Squad

Aquaman #39 Review: Atlantis Against the Suicide Squad

The team Arthur chooses to fight the Squad is pretty damn cool.[caption id="attachment_904065" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #39 art by Joe Bennett, Vicente Cifuentes, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]Joe Bennett joins up as artist for this issue While I would have Riccardo Federici do art for Aquaman forever if it were possible, Bennett is a damn good artist[...]

The Immortal Hulk #4 Review: A Weak Link in the Chain

The Immortal Hulk #4 Review: A Weak Link in the Chain

It just pales in comparison to the previous three incredible issues of this Hulk run.[caption id="attachment_897939" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Immortal Hulk #4 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts[/caption]Joe Bennett continues to craft a good-looking book, giving enough style and detail to make this look like a living and breathing world[...]

Terrifics #6 Review: The Least Terrific Issue so Far

Terrifics #6 Review: The Least Terrific Issue so Far

Dread” and playing it with a straight face is ludicrous.[caption id="attachment_894731" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Terrifics #6 art by Joe Bennett, Sandra Hope, Matt Santorelli, and Hi-Fi[/caption]Joe Bennett handled the visuals in this issue, and that is a positive There is plenty of joy to be had in the thoroughness with which Bennett can flesh out a[...]

The Immortal Hulk #3 Review: A Mixture of Dry Grim Humor and a Superhero-Flavored Tragedy

The Immortal Hulk #3 Review: A Mixture of Dry, Grim Humor and a Superhero-Flavored Tragedy

Each section is portrayed from a different artist, with Joe Bennett handling the framing with Ruy Jose, Leonardo Romero telling the cop’s story, Paul Hornschemeier telling the bartender’s story, Marguerite Sauvage on the old woman’s story, and Garry Brown on the priest’s story Paul Mounts provides the color on every section except the bartender and[...]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics Week of July 4th 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans

Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of July 4th, 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans

It's a bit late again, and I didn't get around to doing it last week. However, the Top and Bottom 5 Comics is back again this week. What soared? What fell on its face? Let's find out together now! Best Comics of the Week 1. Immortal Hulk #2 Immortal Hulk kicked off with a hell of […]

The Immortal Hulk #2 Review: A Tight Unnerving and Gripping Comic

The Immortal Hulk #2 Review: A Tight, Unnerving, and Gripping Comic

He wasn’t cruel or malicious; he took a gamble, lost, and spiraled in the fallout.The idea of a “Walking Ghost Syndrome” of radiation poisoning is a metaphorical theme the comic plays with, and it pays off impressively as the story progresses.[caption id="attachment_879777" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Immortal Hulk #2 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and[...]


Immortal Hulk #1 Review: A Smashing Return for the Hulk

Immortal Hulk #1 Review: A Smashing Return for the Hulk

The comic has many characters ask if they are good people, and the comic leaves it to the reader to interpret.[caption id="attachment_861635" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Immortal Hulk #1 art by Joe Bennett, Ruy Jose, and Paul Mounts[/caption]Joe Bennett’s artwork brings it all to life fantastically It shows the fear, uncertainty, and imperfections of each character’s[...]

Terrifics #3 Review: The Body Horror Slingshot

Terrifics #3 Review: The Body Horror Slingshot

Stagg will likely make for a good antagonist, and he his duplicity has made him enjoyable enough so far.[caption id="attachment_838484" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Terrifics #3 art by Joe Bennett, Sandra Hope, Jaime Mendoza, Art Thibert, and Marcelo Maiolo[/caption]We get to see the team in proper action too, which proves to be quite a site[...]

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 Review: A Fun and Dumb Finale

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 Review: A Fun and Dumb Finale

The finale is a shaky ass-pull, but even that just comes off as obligatory in a story like this.[caption id="attachment_835888" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 art by Joe Bennett, Belardino Brabo, and Ulises Arreola[/caption]Joe Bennett’s artwork is practically a sure thing at this point, and it looks good here too[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of March 14th 2018: Infidel Explodes Onto the Scene

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of March 14th, 2018: Infidel Explodes Onto the Scene

While it was nice seeing the Jolly Green Giant, the plot of this book is an impenetrable mess of characters, plot lines, and unanswered questions. Joe Bennett and Paco Medina's artwork gives the comic something worthwhile, but this book was massive letdown.[caption id="attachment_811024" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #999 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Win: Superman: Action[...]