Here's the real jewel of Hulk Comic, Steve Parkhouse's epic take on Arthurian superheroics and magical goings on in the English countryside.
This Black Knight may come as a stranger to American readers, having only a physical resemblance to the one we all know from The Avengers and The Defenders. Here, he's presented much more as a medieval, iconic figure, barely a human being at all.
But the best thing about this strip is it's absolute Britishness, both in the script and the art, and you can drink in the scenes of mysterious woods, spooky old cottages and ghost-haunted Tors. This is a strip dripping with atmosphere, and I love the idea that all this is happening in the hedgerows and fields of Cornwall, just out of sight of regular people.