Marvel Comics made a coloring error that put Captain America in a red suit instead of his iconic blue suit in the pages of Immortal Hulk #7.

You can see in the page below where he’s got a full on red suit.

Immortal Hulk #7

However, this was the only page in the issue that gave Captain America a red suit.

Other pages showed him back in his iconic blue suit.

Immortal Hulk #7

Marvel confirmed this was a coloring issue and indicated that future reprints as well as digital editions will fix Captain America’s suit.

The Immortal Hulk series sees Bruce Banner return after he had Hawkeye kill him. The series provides an interesting twist on the Banner and Hulk relationship. While Banner controls his body and mind during the daytime, the Hulk controls the night. Even more is the fact that Banner still appears to be dead and in fact, he dies multiple times throughout the series. It appears the Hulk’s strength and will is keeping his host’s body alive.

With the Hulk ruling the night, he’s left a trail of devastation in his wake and the Avengers have tracked him down and are hoping to put a stop to him. However, they might have gotten more than they bargained for as they are taking on the Immortal Hulk and he’s on a mission to get home and doesn’t want anyone to stop him.

This month’s upcoming issue Immortal Hulk #8 will see the Immortal Hulk come face to face with the scientists of Shadow Base.

Here’s the official solicitation:

“• Bruce Banner is dead. His corpse has been dissected, his organs catalogued, and his inner workings are being studied by the scientists of Shadow Base.
•  Bruce Banner is no longer a threat.
•  That just leaves the IMMORTAL HULK…”

First issues of Immortal Hulk #7 that contain the coloring error are still going for retail price on Ebay.

What do you make of Marvel’s error? Will you go out and pick up the issue given the error?

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