Bowen Doc Samson Bust (2005)

I admit – this isn’t the Hulk – and I actually don’t have many things with the Hulk’s supporting cast, but this bust of Doc Samson was done really well (well, of course, it is a Bowen creation after all) and it was marked down… a lot.  I do like the way this bust looks and have seen otherContinue reading “Bowen Doc Samson Bust (2005)”

Marvel Legends – The Tally (so far…)

  I have seen many of complaints on message boards that insinuate there are way too many Hulk figures being produced these days… Every time they announce new Hulk figures people complain that there are already Hulk figures and that they’d like to see other secondary character figures claim the spotlight.  (By the way –Continue reading “Marvel Legends – The Tally (so far…)”

The Incredible Hulk vs. Fin Fang Foom

  (Spoilers!) Let me start off by saying that this is a verys short story – too short in fact – but it’s also a great read.  The comic starts off with Hulk wandering around Antartica getting very tired.  “Even Hulk gets tired…” he says before he collapses and falls asleep.  Then, he turns backContinue reading “The Incredible Hulk vs. Fin Fang Foom”

My Trip to New England Comics, Norwood 12/28/07

I was slightly disappointed when I got to New England Comicsin Norwood last Friday.  Disappointed because half the books that were supposed to be there weren’t.  I was still able to pick up a bunch of back issues that I needed… #164 (Trimpe) #176 (Trimpe) #201 (Buscema) #217 (Buscema) cover by Jim Starlin #224 (Buscema) AppearanceContinue reading “My Trip to New England Comics, Norwood 12/28/07”

Wizard # 196 is Hulk-tastic!

Wizard #196 just hit the new-stands today – and it is filled with Hulk gems!  Not only do they interview the New Hulk Movie Director, Louis Leterrier, and Ed McGuinness on the upcoming Red Hulk comic – with an extra peek at some of his sketches (including a peek at the Abomination, who looks awesome), and while I’mContinue reading “Wizard # 196 is Hulk-tastic!”

40th Anniversary Bust (2003)

  I don’t know how you can even call this thing a bust!  It’s absolutely huge!  It’s 8″ high and 9″ wide – and Heavy!  Weighing in at around 10 pounds Hulk sits on a pile of books – picking out his favorite to read – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.  There is a greenContinue reading “40th Anniversary Bust (2003)”

Metal Puzzle Keychain (2007)

My Mother-in-law picked this up for me for Christmas.  What a sweet woman she is.  She told me she wasn’t sure if I had it or not (I did not) and she almost didn’t pick it up for me.  Then she thought that if I did have it I could always use a second oneContinue reading “Metal Puzzle Keychain (2007)”

Incredible Hulk #6 (1963)

Just look at that cover!  I know, the comic is in terrible shape, but it’s freakin’ Incredible Hulk #6!  At a time when artists and writers didn’t even put their names on the cover!  Little did they know then that they would become legends.  Kirby’s style created the look and excitement to almost every flagship characterContinue reading “Incredible Hulk #6 (1963)”

Hulk Maquette (2007)

  This is the largest Maquette that Diamond Select has released – and even though that is true – it’s one of the smaller Hulk statues released this year standing a quaint 9 inches tall.  Scuplted by Gabriel Marquez, the face looks a whole lot better in person, although why does it seem like he’s auditioning forContinue reading “Hulk Maquette (2007)”

Figure Factory (Grey Version) (2005)

I finally got around to getting this figure – and although it was accompanied my one of the very rare BAD experiences I’ve had on ebay – I’m really glad I got it.  It’s the same as the green version – except for the new head sculpt (which I love when they do that).  TheContinue reading “Figure Factory (Grey Version) (2005)”