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The Immortal Hulk #25
June 22nd, 2020
This review contains spoilers. Proceed at your own risk.

While I appreciate the efforts put in here, I think this was one of my least favourite issues of this run so far. Al Ewing plays with interexting concepts that just didn't completely intrigue me here. I liked the issue overall, but I did struggle to get into it. For the story being told I thought the art was good. 

We see Hulk as the World-Breaker, finishing his goal of extinguising all life in the universe.We see how the Hulk is now an empty shell of hate, saying how he wants to make everything as empty as him so he can be alone. The issue ends with us seeing the Leader (along with some Joe Bennett art) experiment on a creature, learning he has great plans.

Can't wait to read more!

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