Daily Archives: November 19, 2014

New Links… New Sites

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As I sit here trying to do some clean up of this site I realized that a lot of Hulk websites/blogs get left to the wayside.  I mean, I almost gave up on this blog a few times myself – and I get it – the stresses of everyday life can burden you so much that you have very little time to devote to the things you want or love to do.  It can be very frustrating.  I am glad for the fans of this blog who have stuck around all this time. I appreciate the ones who have subscribed to my blog – or even my YouTube channel. I wish I could give you more – but it’s a hobby.  An awesome hobby, but all the same, a hobby that doesn’t bring in a cash flow.

I enjoy talking to many of you guys out there.  I remember the days when this blog was reaching thousands of people a day – and that was great – but it did invite a lot of passionate (sometimes too passionate) fans here who expected more from this site other than a place to come and look at all the pretty green things.  Anyways, the site still reaches hundreds of people – people who seem to be like-minded – people who enjoy the ramblings of an obsessed father of two who loves the Green Goliath.  So thanks again!  I promise to keep posting if you promise to keep coming back!

BTW – Check out the links on the side of the page – there are some awesome sites over there to check out!

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George Perez Maestro Sketch Cover

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I realized I never showed this off – but last year the Boston Comic Con invited two of my favorite artists who I’ve ever met.  The first, Aaron Lopresti, will have to wait for another post – but the second has a reputation as one of the nicest men in comics.  It’s well deserved too – the master, George Perez.  He was gracious, funny, and super happy to have so many fans excited to meet him.  One of the more impressive and memorable feats is the fact that he hardly ever asks for references – he’s drawn EVERYONE! He knows how to draw every character!  Of course when I finally had my chance to meet him I could only think of having him draw one character.

George Perez, along with PD, created the Maestro – how could any Hulk fan want anything other than the evil, futuristic Hulk that he himself created the look of?  This is far and away my favorite sketch cover I own.  It will be hard to top this one!

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