Immortal Hulk #32

Writer: Al Ewing Artist: Joe Bennett Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 11, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 10 User Reviews: 54
9.1Critic Rating
9.2User Rating

• The gentle giant XEMNUTM has come to EARTHTM to fight evil - as the INCREDIBLE HULKTM!
•  And YOUTM can join him -  as he battles ROBERT BANNERTM, the STRANGEST MAN OF ALL TIMETM!
•   (HULKTM is a trademark of ROXXON ENERGYTM. For a brighter tomorrow.)
Rated T+

  • 10 - Chase Magnett Mar 11, 2020

    This is exceptional work and a reminder that even "middle chapters" can aim to blow readers' minds. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics: The Gathering - Charles Martin Mar 11, 2020

    Immortal Hulk #32 tears off the veil and clarifies how Xemnu is screwing with the world. It looks exquisite, it induces a terrifying, intentional sense of alienation, and it includes some all-time great character work. All this and a long-awaited link to Hulk-history; this number should rightly go down as a full demonstration of just how much potential this title still has to explore. Read Full Review

  • 9.6
    You Don't Read Comics - Christopher Landers Apr 1, 2020

    This arc is a tiny, but not abrupt, change of pace from the usual tone of this book, adding a little bit of humor to its horror. Thats not a bad thing at all, though. Xemnu makes for a terrifying Hulk villain, and Agger continues to be an unexpected, but worthy foe for ol Jade Jaws. Ewing can do no wrong, and if youve been missing out on this book, youre passing up one of the all-time great Hulk runs. Read Full Review

  • 9.3
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Mar 17, 2020

    Reworking a campy Silver Age tale into a modern horror fable must have taken tons of work, but this one nails it, and the last-page reveal is a solution scarier than the problem. Read Full Review

  • 9.2
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Mar 11, 2020

    Bennett and Rodriguez do excellent work with the art in this issue. Both artists bring something special to the story and the art perfectly complements the story and its tone. The panels featuring Banner and his descent into madness are truly disturbing and beautifully executed. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Justin Partridge Mar 13, 2020

    While it might not have the same drive as the previous issues, Immortal Hulk #32 is just as weird and creepy as you would expect. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Newsarama - Scott Cederlund Mar 16, 2020

    Immortal Hulk is the most disturbing comic book on the stands, but in a good way " in a way that challenges us and everything we've ever thought we knew about the Hulk and what it means to be a "good guy." Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    Comic Watch - Tom Caniglia Mar 24, 2020

    Disassembling the group of personalities inside Banner and turning them against each other becomes genuine psychological horror when we confront Banner himself. When the books villains and the books hero are all planning devastation to the planet and every living thing on it, you know youre in uncharted territory. Fortunately, Bruce Banner is not the only person in that person. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Beyond The Panel - Jideobi Odunze Mar 11, 2020

    Right now, Xemnu redefines what powerful means. Who knew that all this time there was something this powerful on the back-burner that no other writer was brave enough to bring back into the world of the Hulk? Immortal Hulk #32 is the chapter which makes you appreciate the involvement of Xemnu more than you thought you would have initially. Like I said, it is refreshing that not every challenge is going to be met through a slobber-knocker. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - Dispatchdcu Mar 11, 2020

    This week's IMMORTAL HULK by Al Ewing was definitely fun and interesting. However, it was heavy in explanation sandwiched between remarkably bone-chilling art by the extremely talented Joe Bennett, who if I haven't mentioned before is a rockstar and should be illustrating more comics, Marvel! Ewing thrusts this comedic element into the narrative with Xemnu that lightens the mood of the story yet slaps readers in the face with this grotesque luncheon later in the issue. Read Full Review

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