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Immortal Hulk #25: Review

Oct 2019
Al Ewing, German Garcia

Story Name:

Breaker of Worlds

Review & Comments

Rating:
4.5 stars

Immortal Hulk #25 Review by (October 23, 2019)

Review: Ahhhhh, this is amazing. Read all the reviews: everyone in the cosmos is absolutely stunned by this comic. Al Ewing dreams up a reality never before seen, made up of pure poetry to give us the outlines of a truly alien race as it faces its inevitable death at the hands of the Hulk. And it’s a Hulk we’ve also never seen before, possessed by the One Below All to destroy the universe that Thanos could barely imagine. Guest artist German Garcia brings it to life along with some amazing colors and even the letters are astounding. The synopsis defeated me, this was the best I can do. Just buy the thing and read it for yourself. It’s rare to see something truly original and in this case a blending of sci-fi tropes creates its own cosmos. Next issue will take us back to Shadow Base and the Hulk so we’ll have to wait for the Leader show us what will become of the end of all things...
Or maybe it’s just a pretentious pile of claptrap. Your mileage may vary. Nice pictures though.

Comments: The epilogue with the Leader is done by the regular art team of Joe Bennett/Ruy Jose/Paul Mounts.


Review: Ahhhhh, this is amazing. Read all the reviews: everyone in the cosmos is absolutely stunned by this comic. Al Ewing dreams up a reality never before seen, made up of pure poetry to give us the outlines of a truly alien race as it faces its inevitable death at the hands of the Hulk. And it’s a Hulk we’ve also never seen before, possessed by the One Below All to destroy the universe that Thanos could barely imagine. Guest artist German Garcia brings it to life along with some amazing colors and even the letters are astounding. The synopsis defeated me, this was the best I can do. Just buy the thing and read it for yourself. It’s rare to see something truly original and in this case a blending of sci-fi tropes creates its own cosmos. Next issue will take us back to Shadow Base and the Hulk so we’ll have to wait for the Leader show us what will become of the end of all things...
Or maybe it’s just a pretentious pile of claptrap. Your mileage may vary. Nice pictures though.

Comments: The epilogue with the Leader is done by the regular art team of Joe Bennett/Ruy Jose/Paul Mounts.





 

Synopsis / Summary / Plot

Immortal Hulk #25 Synopsis by Peter Silvestro

Eons from now, at the end of all things, an alien named Par%l sails through space discovering that all has been destroyed. Par%l returns to the Berth to meet with hir superior Farys; they join their minds and deal with their sorrows and Par%l reveals that all has been destroyed by the World Breaker. Farys hands Par%l a tiding-egg which will hatch into a tiding-fly to leave as a warning to the past. As Par%l sets out across space, the Berth slowly dies behind hir. As Par%l approaches O%los, the birth-world, a single light can be seen in the distance. It is the Breaker of Worlds, an impossibly immense version of the Hulk, drifting through the cosmos, destroying everything in comes in contact with and it finally hits O%los, smashing it to pieces. Par%l launches the tiding-fly and it contacts the World Breaker and discovers it is hollow, any soul being long gone. Par%l asks why and learns that the Breaker of Worlds, is the One Below All occupying an empty hulk to destroy everything so It can be alone. The tiding-egg breaks open sending the fly billions of years into the past. And then everything is gone….

Epilogue: The Leader finds the tiding-fly and extracts a valuable piece from it….


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German Garcia
German Garcia
Chris O'Halloran
Alex Ross (Cover Penciler)
Alex Ross (Cover Inker)
Alex Ross (Cover Colorist)
Letterer: Cory Petit.

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