Hulk Goes to Therapy in March's Immortal Hulk #15

Hulk Goes to Therapy in March’s Immortal Hulk #15

Posted by December 18, 2018 Comment

Being unkillable is the sort of thing that’s going to eventually be a drain on someone’s mental health, so we’re glad to see that the Hulk is seeking the help he needs. March sees two issues of Immortal Hulk hit the stands from Marvel, starting with a story in Immortal Hulk #14 by Al Ewing and Kyle Hotz that sees Bruce Banner show up on the doorstep of Betty Ross.

Then, in Immortal Hulk #14, Joe Bennett returns to art, and he’s brought Dr. Leonard Samson with him with a goal of psychoanalyzing the Hulk.

Check out the solicitations below, and pick up these two comics in March.

IMMORTAL HULK #14
AL EWING (W) • Kyle Hotz (A)
Cover by ALEX ROSS
SPIDER-MAN VILLAINS VARIANT COVER BY CHRIS STEVENS
• Betty Ross is going through a lot. She’s having a family crisis. Her employers won’t pick up the phone.
• And at her door is the husband she thought was dead. But Bruce Banner hasn’t come alone.
• He’s brought the IMMORTAL HULK.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

IMMORTAL HULK #15
AL EWING (W) • JOE BENNETT (A)
Cover by ALEX ROSS
MARVELS 25TH VARIANT COVER BY ALEX ROSS
• Dr. Leonard Samson is a gamma mutate and part-time super hero who recently came back from the dead.
• He’s been wanting to discuss that with an old patient of his… But he’s not here to see Bruce Banner.
• Take a seat on the couch, IMMORTAL HULK. It’s going to be quite a session.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

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(Last Updated December 18, 2018 2:29 pm )

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