What the hell was Fear Itself all about? I mean, I read it and I can’t tell you completely… I remember this event actually littering the comic shelves and not really moving. Of all the events I think this one was the least well received – not to mention they gave the strongest being onContinue reading “Is that a Hammer in your Pocket?: A Year’s Worth of Cringe Worthy Hulk Moments – Week 48”
Eat plenty and enjoy the day. Enjoy friends or family or both – even if you’re alone take solace in the fact that you’re emulating what the Hulk has always wanted! No matter the company you keep eat a whole lot!
I will admit I don’t remember everything about the Red Hulk series – but one of the most glaring things I do recall is that Thunderbolt’s mustache burns off when he transforms. It’s one of the reasons his identity was able to be hidden for 2+ years. The other glaring issue with the Red HulkContinue reading “Is that a Disguise?”
I am still on the fence about checking this series out – but I am leaning more to reading it – She Hulk is, after all, the only one who SHOULD take this mantle.
Just saw this set announced for the 2017 season – it includes the Green and Red versions of the Hulk and She-Hulk! The best part of the whole set is the figures – but the vehicles are pretty great too – look for it on the shelves of your local shop!
Last week we had a moment from the ’97 Annual – we’ll keep it going with the Hulk getting ripped a new one by the Gladiator. The Hulk facing off against cosmic characters has always been a tricky gamble. While the Hulk is the strongest one there is dealing with a character with such enormousContinue reading “Wearing your Heart on your Sleeve: A Year’s Worth of Cringe Worthy Hulk Moments – Week of 47”
In 1997 we all know the Hulk never had a child – but in the Annual that year he comes face to face with little boy that everyone is convinced IS his child. When Doc Samson brings the boy to the Hulk the Hulk reacts in the most inappropriate way possible: Blame his upbringing, blame the factContinue reading “Cat’s in the Cradle II: A Year’s Worth of Cringe Worthy Hulk Moments – Week 46”
They have decided to do something a little different now – and not something I like – but the medium green Hulk is hidden in the package. It may take me a while to find someone to part with their little pudgy Hulk because I am sure not going to buy a whole bunch ofContinue reading “Just the two so far…”
When the super expensive RC Hulk Car made it’s debut TRU they tried to promote the heck out of it with a side cap full of the product topped with this signage. I asked the powers that be if they could save this for me – and they said they would. Of course, best laidContinue reading “Toys R Us Hulk Display (2015)”
We all know that to keep things civil you don’t talk religion or politics. Of course, Dr. Strange #50 threw all that to the side and gave us this little gem: Now, that zinger might have been appropriate back then (and even more appropriate this day – substituting “Quale” supporters for “Trump” supporters, of course) itContinue reading “Politics as Usual: A Year’s Worth of Cringe Worthy Hulk Moments – Week 45”
In order to get readers to read more comics someone at Marvel had the brilliant idea to incorporate the lasting trend of Disco into the comics. Not just that – they created an entire new X-Man character that uses her “music light” to fight off the bad guys! Holy crap, is that really a thing? Continue reading “Hulk Guest Appearances – Volume 11: Dazzler #6/7”
I have not found these yet – I nabbed the pic off Facebook from my friend Jameson- you might remember him from his blog the Daily POP – but I am looking forward to picking up the Hulk pin – based in art from Hulk #1 (2014)
These have been out for a while hanging on the TRU pegs – a slew of Deadpool inspired minimates including the infamous Hulkpool! I think anyone who has been reading this blog for a while would recall I have a special little nickname for this incarnation of Deadpool that expresses my feelings for that character. Continue reading “Deadpool Minimates (2016)”