Many movie-goers and comic fans really enjoyed Thor: Ragnarok, we know we did, and fans would know it draws its inspiration from one of the more beloved storylines from The Incredible Hulk’s colourful history, 2007’s World War Hulk. Now, Marvel has just announced the sequel, World War Hulk II, which will start next year in March.
Greg Pak and Carlo Barberi will be helming the sequel, which follows the adventures of Amadeus Cho as the Jade Giant, who has returned to Earth following a gruelling time on Sakaar.
Cho is definitely a changed person after meeting with the original Hulk, Bruce Banner, and this can only spell trouble for the rest of the Marvel universe when he returns.
To survive on the savage world of Sakaar, Amadeus Cho was forced to unleash his darkest impulses. Returning to Earth, now the Hulk is at the wheel—and it’s a more unpredictable, more unconquerable Hulk than any we’ve seen before!
Tom Brevoort , Executive Editor and SVP at Marvel Comics
While we are always happy to see new takes on our beloved characters, this could be a risk for Marvel comics to take after the success of both Ragnarok and the first iteration of World War Hulk. The saving grace could be the creative team of Pak and Barberi, and we will have to wait until March 2018 to find out, fingers crossed!