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Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #26

He’s the most dangerous man in the world…and BRUCE BANNER is just getting started.

He’s got an underground fortress. He has powerful allies. He’s even got henchmen. He’s got everything he needs to declare war on human society as we know it. He’s the most dangerous man in the world…and BRUCE BANNER is just getting started.

Written by Al Ewing
Art by Joe Bennett
Cover by Alex Ross
Page Count 24 Pages
Release Date November 6 2019

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Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #26

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #26

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #26

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #26

Marvel Preview: Immortal Hulk #26

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