This rare, very old piece is a plastic model that you snap and glue together. It’s from 1966 – 4 years after the Hulk debuted – and 10 years before I was born. Made by Aurora Plastics Corp. it depicts the Hulk running around the desert. I love this piece. It’s so old and great.
I found this in a small thrift shop in New Bedford – and it’s not a Hulk comic – it’s an Iron Man and the cover says “Iron Man has finally beaten the Hulk…” and then it goes on – but I stopped reading there. I bought the comic, and drew my own ending –Continue reading “What!?! BULL! Iron Man #133”
My favorite part of these back issues has to be the art. There seemed to be so much more character in the older comic books. There are some great modern artists – but, for my money, give me the classic artists anytime! This is another small lot I picked up off ebay – and IContinue reading “Incredible Hulk #104/#155/#158”
I’m beginning to feel as though the “Stretch Hulk” isn’t as hard to come by as some people would like you to think… because since I have started this blog – in September! – I have seen at least 4 of these go up for sale. If it is that rare then this must be someContinue reading “Here we go again…”