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Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

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Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

Carl Creel was just trying to live. But sometimes trying isn’t enough.

Carl Creel was just trying to live. But sometimes trying isn’t enough. Now, to save the life he built for himself — and maybe everything else — Carl Creel has to do the impossible. The Absorbing Man has to kill the IMMORTAL HULK.

Written by: Al Ewing
Art by: Joe Bennett, Martin Simmonds
Cover by: Alex Ross
Page Count: 24 Pages
Age Rating: 12+ Only
Release Date: November 21 2018

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Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #9

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