Some comic fans don’t have the time to keep up with modern continuity, and it’s easy to see why - the constant cycle of comic book deaths, resurrections, and character changes can make things rather difficult to follow.
Fortunately, it is easy for fans to catch up with their favorite heroes, but that doesn't mean the content won't shock them. Anyone trying to catch up on the Hulk’s story between the years 2016-2018 may be incredibly confused and full of questions, like "Wait, Hawkeye killed the Hulk?" and "Oh, so the Hulk is immortal now?"
Now referred to as the Immortal Hulk, Bruce Banner comes out of his brief time in the afterlife a markedly different character. He’s still big, green, and angry, but there are other convoluted factors involved now, and any casual fan will appreciate a set of “Cliff’s Notes” to help them understand what’s going on.
Bruce Banner Finally Escapes The Curse Of The Hulk, But It Isn't A Good Thing
The Strongest Avenger Dies At The Hands Of The Weakest AvengerPhoto: Civil War II/Marvel Comics
Hawkeye Is Brought To Trial For Killing Banner, But The Court Decides The World Is Better OffPhoto: Civil War II/Marvel Comics
Banner Is Replaced By Amadeus Cho, The Totally Awesome Hulk
Hulk's Absence Allows His Cousin, She-Hulk, To Finally Drop The “She-”
The Hulk Is Briefly Resurrected As A Ninja Zombie