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Move over Titan – meet Monolith, the ruler of “Hulk Planet”

After encountering his “deadliest” new incarnation, the Titan, the Hulk will grow even bigger when he encounters Monolith, the ruler of the entire “Hulk Planet.”

Hulk Boulder #9

Hulk Boulder #9, Ryan Ottley (Image credit: Marvel Comics)

It’s no coincidence that “Planet of the Hulk” is the name of writer Donnie Cates and artist Ryan Oatley’s next story on the Hulk Run, starting with July’s Hulk #9. True to the title, this story takes Bruce Banner and the “Hulk Starship” to the entire planet of the Hulk, orbiting a star that emits gamma rays.

(Shadow of Kal-El and Krypton, anyone?)

Planet of the Hulk begins after the Hulk vs. the Hulk. Thor: Banner of War, which saw the Hulk and Thor battle in a storyline that marked their joint 60th anniversary of their respective 1962 debuts, Bruce Banner was not only shocked by his confrontation with Thor. , but as stated in the announcement, “because of Titan’s influence on his friends”.

Banner finds the yet-to-be-named “Hulk Planet” while seeking complete isolation, but encounters the planet queen Monolis, who offers him a place with one of the other gamma creatures that can put the Hulk to rest. place. Possibly, but there seems to be more on the Monolith agenda. how it looks.

The boulder on the cover of Hulk #9

The boulder on the cover of Hulk #9 (Image credit: Marvel Comics)

“I’ve been designing and creating new characters with Donny throughout this issue, and issue 9 will feature some brand new faces, and the most influential will be Monolith,” Ottley explained in the ad, describing Monolith, On the cover of Otley. and on your design sheet.

“She’s a tall, fat woman who has become the leader of this strange world where the Hulk appears. I can’t wait to show you what we’ve done, Crush is going crazy!

One can’t help but think of the classic “Planet of the Hulk” story, in which the Hulk found a home for gladiators and freedom fighters on the planet Sarkar, which was partly adapted into the movie Thor: Ragnarok. Despite the title being a reversal, “Planet of the Hulk” seems to set some sort of “Planet of the Hulk”-themed mirror in which Bruce Banner finally tries to find a peaceful life.

Hulk #9 hits theaters July 13. Stay tuned to Newsarama for all of Marvel’s July 2022 requests coming later this month.

While you wait, make sure you get it all best hulk stories all the time.

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Move over Titan – meet Monolith, the ruler of “Hulk Planet”

After facing down his new, “deadliest” incarnation Titan, Hulk will go even bigger when he meets Monolith – the ruler of an entire ‘Hulk Planet’. 

Monolith from Hulk #9 by Ryan Ottley (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
‘Hulk Planet’ is, not coincidentally, the name of the next arc of writer Donny Cates and artist Ryan Ottley’s Hulk run, kicking off in July’s Hulk #9. And true to the title, the story takes Bruce Banner and “Starship Hulk” to an entire planet of Hulks orbiting a Gamma-emitting star.
(Shades of Kal-El and Krypton, anyone?)
‘Hulk Planet’ kicks off in the wake of Hulk vs. Thor: Banner of War, in which Hulk and Thor battle in a story marking the shared 60th anniversary of their respective 1962 debuts, with Bruce Banner reeling not just from his clash with Thor, but “by Titan’s impact on his friends,” as described in the announcement.
Banner finds the still unnamed ‘Hulk Planet’ while on a quest for total isolation, instead meeting Monolith, the planet’s queen, who offers him a place among other Gamma beings where Hulk can exist in peace – but there seems to be more to Monolith’s agenda than meets the eye.

Monolith from Hulk #9 cover (Image credit: Marvel Comics)
“I’ve been designing and creating new characters with Donny on this run and issue #9 will be some completely new faces, with the most impactful being Monolith,” explains Ottley in the announcement, going on to describe Monolith, seen on Ottley’s cover and in his design sheet.
“She is a tall hulkish woman that became leader of this strange world our Hulk showed up on. And I can’t wait to show you all what we’ve made, the smashing shall be insane!”
One can’t help but be reminded of the classic story ‘Planet Hulk’, in which Hulk found a home as a gladiator and freedom fighter on the planet Sakaar, which was partially adapted into the film Thor: Ragnarok. However, just as the title is an inversion, ‘Hulk Planet’ seems to be setting up a sort of thematic mirror to ‘Planet Hulk’ in which Bruce Banner attempts to finally find a life of peace.
Hulk #9 is due out July 13. Stay tuned to Newsarama for Marvel’s full July 2022 solicitations, coming later this month.
While you wait, make sure you’ve read all the best Hulk stories of all time. 

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