Banner Hulk And The Totally Awesome Hulk Finally Come Face To Face In New Comic Book Issue.

Banner Hulk And The Totally Awesome Hulk Finally Come Face To Face In New Comic Book Issue.

Marvel Comics has revealed through a CBR exclusive the first look at Marvel Comics’ Generations: Banner Hulk & The Totally Awesome Hulk #1 slated to hit stores on August 2.

The comic issue by writer Greg Pak and artist Matteo Buffagni will see both Hulk, Amadeus Cho and Bruce Banner, finally comes face-to-face. It not sure if the two Hulk will come together as friends, but thw issue promise to answer who is the strongest between the Hulk.
























GENERATIONS: BANNER HULK & THE TOTALLY AWESOME HULK #1:

  • GREG PAK (W) • MATTEO BUFFAGNI (A/C)
    Variant Cover by DALE KEOWN
    VARIANT COVER BY JORGE MOLINA
    CONNECTING VARIANT COVER E BY ALEX ROSS
  • Marvel vs. Capcom Variant Cover by TBA
    BRUCE BANNER. AMADEUS CHO. Both have carried the curse of the Hulk. Now they come face-to-face at last – but will they meet as friends or foes?
    Fan-favorite Hulk scribe GREG PAK is joined by red-hot artist MATTEO BUFFAGNI (X-MEN BLUE) for a time-bending tale that will finally answer the question on everyone’s minds: WHO IS THE STRONGEST ONE THERE IS?
40 PGS./ONE-SHOT/Rated T+ …$4.99






Bruce Banner Hulk was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, the character made his first debut in the debut issue of The Incredible Hulk (May 1962). Banner and the Hulk have been portrayed in live-action film by Eric Bana, Edward Norton and Mark Ruffalo respectively​. Amadeus Cho, also known as Mastermind Excello, Prince of Power, and The Hulk, was reated by writer Greg Pak and artist Takeshi Miyazawa in 2015. The fictional character made his first appearance in Amazing Fantasy vol. 2 #15 (January 2005). Cho is usually a supporting character in books featuring The Avengers, or individual members of that group. He subsequently starred in his own miniseries, Heroic Age: Prince of Power. In December 2015, Cho began headlining the new series The Totally Awesome Hulk, written by Pak and drawn by Frank Cho.

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