You may soon have this toy in your collection! Marvel has released some cool figures under the Select line – but this is one of the coolest! Based on the Maquette that Diamond Select put out earlier – check it out here – as well as the sculpters blog here. So if you didn’t haveContinue reading “New Hulk Figure coming out soon!”
These are the few Tales to Astonish I have. I have #91 against the Abomination (#90 is when the Abomination first appeared) #69 with the Leader. Tales to Astonish was a shared Hulk book. See, when Hulk was cancelled after issue 6 in ’62 Marvel gave him this book that he shared with Giant-Man andContinue reading “Tales To Astonish (1963-1965)”
The director of the new Hulk movie speaks out on why he chose the villian for the film – check it out here!
This shot is right off my Christmas Tree. There are 3 ornaments on the tree that I will be posting – this is the first – and the ugliest. Hulk is bringing presents to some one. Very unlike Hulk – unless in each present is a box of whup-ass!
I’ve never flown this kite, mainly because I’ve never had enough spare time to stand in one spot holding string and look stupid. But maybe someday! (You can’t see this, but I am crossing my fingers and my legs and squeezing my eyes shut REAL tight!)
Well, well – it seems I have unlocked the mystery to this whole Red Hulk thing!
This little guy doesn’t have much “Action” to him – but what he lacks in action he makes up in character. Look at that face! What is he thinking? What was the maker of this toy thinking? It’s made of pure rubber and was made in Hong Kong. It reminds me of Gumby onContinue reading “Rubber Figure (1978)”
With the first movie out they released two Hulk Guide books. One released by DK and the other released by Marvel. The Marvel one seems way too hard to be trying to hype the book – like Marvel does – trying to boost sales (including Hulk #34 and Ultimates #5 seem like cheap gimmicks) TheContinue reading “Hulk Encyclopedia / Guide (2003)”
A few of these are excuses to just reprint old comics. The Megazine at the top reprints #333 as well as some others. The Marvel Magazine and Marvel Age let’s you know what’s happening in the world of Marvel at the time. My favorite cover it the Adam Kubert drawn She-Hulk and Hulk cover.
Let’s combine the worst toy in the world (the bobble head) with a useful item like a pen! The rubble and rocks are a pen holder, which is nice to have. Now you can have this little set on your desk and still feel like it’s a grown-up thing to have. It’s true.
The Ground Zero trade I just got finished reading again. What a great story, It has everything, even a surprise ending. And that’s not easy in comics. The Beauty and the Behemoth trade covers some of the life and times of Betty Banner. From when Bruce and Betty first met to when she wasContinue reading “Hulk Trades (1996, 1998)”
As you can see, it says “Super Brain Teaser” at the top of the package. Isn’t it funny that Hulk is giving you a Super Brain Teaser? If you gave Hulk a Super Brain Teaser he’d just get mad and rip off your head and say something like “Hulk got your brian teaser right here! Continue reading “Hulk Sliding Puzzle (1978)”
This link here will bring you to a page that has the annoncement – although it doesn’t say what characters will actually be in the line – it does confirm it!
These bootlegs of real action figures are just shameful. I do not own these – these are from a website full of knock off toys – click here to see the site. I can’t decide which is worse though – the purple pants and purple feet Hulk or the Hulk in blue underwear with blue knees andContinue reading “Good Toys Gone Bad!!!!!!”
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s Hulk: Gray comic brought mixed reviews. Some liked it, some hated it but no one really loved it. I liked it, just for the record. But this wall plaque is really cool. It looks as though the Hulk is busting right through your wall. It’s not very big – aboutContinue reading “Hulk: Gray Wall Bust (2005)”