With Immortal Hulk continuing to reach new levels of success for the Green Goliath, we’ve seen a handful of one-shots expanding the story. This June, the comic gets its own spin off with Gamma Flight, a five-issue mini-series following the new super team made up of Bruce Banner’s allies, friends, and former arch-enemies. Writer Al Ewing is joined by co-writer Crystal Frasier, who makes her Marvel Comics debut in June’s Marvel’s Voices: Pride #1 and has previously served as a consultant on earlier issues of Immortal Hulk. Lan Medina is handling artwork for the series. Check out the cover for the first issue by Leinil Francis Yu below.
Gamma Flight had one job: Find and stop the Hulk. But when push came to smash, they sided with the Green Goliath—and the human world intends to make them regret it. Puck, Absorbing Man, Titania, Doc Sasquatch, Dr. Charlene McGowan and a horribly changed Rick Jones are fugitives from every known authority—but a team that full of gamma is bound to break before long. Go on the run with this wild gamma-fueled group in this action-packed addition to the Immortal Hulk mythos!
“Gamma Flight is an opportunity to explore some of the concepts and plant some of the seeds from Immortal Hulk in their own space, building off the found family that came together in those pages and putting them into action against some strange and ugly doings in the unexplored corners of the gamma world,” Ewing explained. “We’ve been ricocheting ideas off each other for a while on this one, and I suspect the result is something that’ll tickle Hulk fans old and new.”
“Working with Al last year as a consultant for Immortal Hulk was a wonderful experience,” Frasier said. “He’s smart, amazingly creative, and amazingly open to feedback. Collaborating with him to write a full series has been wonderful. It’s so easy to bounce elements back and forth to develop a good idea into a great one. And his knowledge of Hulk minutiae from the last 60 years is truly a thing to behold.”
Gamma Flight #1 is set for release on June 23rd, 2021.
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