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    Marvel Brings Back ‘Immortal Hulk’ Writer Al Ewing To Create A New ‘The Immortal Thor’ Series

    August has now become an exciting month for the Marvel Comics fanatics. ‘The Immortal Hulk‘ writer is back to pen down ‘The Immortal Thor‘. ‘The Immortal Hulk‘ has been one of Marvel’s most famous and critically acclaimed comics in contemporary times. Since its release, it received positive reactions from fans, and now the publisher is looking to relaunch yet another iconic Avenger.

    ‘The Immortal Hulk‘ was an Eisner Award-nominated series. AI Ewing later went on to create other titles at Marvel Comics including Venom, and X-Men: Red. And now AI Ewing is back with ‘The Immortal Thor‘ expected to be released this August. He has already created the rough map.

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    AI Ewing Is Back With Another Immortal Series

    AI Ewing recently confirmed that this August, the fans will see the Immortal Thor. The writer described the new series in biblical terms when comparing it to the Immortal Hulk calling it the “Old Testament” and Immortal Thor the “New Testament”. AI Ewing along with cover artist Alex Ross will reunite with the interior artist Martin Coccolo who previously worked on Daredevil.

    In an interview with Polygon, AI Ewing said, “Putting immortal on a book I’m writing is a promise to the reader, and to myself,” Ewing told Polygon. “I was the one who pitched the title — not editorial, not anyone else — and it was basically a self-challenge. Can I do a book like that again? Can I do my end of it better this time? I have to try, because the alternative is just lie down and let the grass grow where I fell.”

    Ewing further added, “Hulk was horror and tragedy, but Thor tacks more toward fantasy and hope. Bruce Banner is fractured by his origin, going through a hell of his own making to gain the power of a monster — Don Blake becomes the person he truly is inside, and in so doing, gains the power of a god. (An unconventional god! Long hair in the early ’60s was more of a flex than we might credit, though I do remember Jane fantasizing about giving him a haircut.) To put my biblical hat back on for a second — if Immortal Hulk was the Old Testament, Immortal Thor is the New Testament.”

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    What Will Be The Story Of Immortal Thor?

    The Marvel Comic official site teased the story about the Immortal Thor, revealing, “In Norse myths, they called him Thunderer, “Vuer has he been called, and Hloriddi. The Gods know him as Asgard’s King, keeper of Mjolnir, hero of the tales. When injustice grips the Earth and ancient powers bring down the sky, he fights for those who cannot — and when the tale is done, we will know what that cost him. This is the story of THE IMMORTAL THOR.”

    When Polygon asked what AI Ewing can reveal beyond the already said, “Doors are indeed opening, buried secrets are waiting to be unearthed, and ancient gods—elder gods, if you will—are coming to bring trial and sorrow to Earth, Asgard, and Thor personally, and he’s going to need to be his absolute highest self to face them. And even then, he might not make it through. The omens are sinister. The storm is at the gate.” The Immortal Thor comic series will release on 23 August 2023.

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    Khevna Shah
    Khevna Shah
    Khevna Shah is a content know-it-all, working as an Entertainment Writer for First Curiosity. When she's not forensic-analyzing new movies and shows, she's probably out there with her camera. Approach her with your fan theories, and you've got yourself a friend for life. She aspires to be a professional content critic someday.

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