The Immortal Hulk #3 Review


Writer: Al Ewing

Penciller: Joe Bennett

Inker: Ruy José

Colorist: Paul Mounts

Guest Artists: Leonardo Romero, Paul Hornschemeier, Marguerite Sauvage, Gary Brown

Published by: Marvel Comics

The episodic style storytelling continues in this third issue of The Immortal Hulk.  However, unlike issue #2 there are more little ties to both former issues to connect the three.  This story hops to a different point of view for a fun albeit tangential book.  In being the second book in this series out this month, it seems like it will at as a bridge between the first 2 issues and the following issues.

Once again, the pacing is phenomenal.  Dialogue is handled expertly with every character having a unique voice.  There was more humor in this issue as well.  The overall slow burn story is starting to payoff in satisfying ways.  Immortal Hulk #3 also ends with a very tantalizing, cliffhanger ending which should leave readers wanting more.

The highlight of this book is the varying art styles for the different stories.  All are well done and convey a specific tone.  This adds very much to the fun of this book.  The colors are great again, and each book in the series has gotten better in every regard.

This may have been a short but sweet review as saying more could get into spoiler territory, but it is finally safe to say, for a different Hulk story, add this to the pull list.