The 2nd print for The Immortal Hulk #35 came out. That’s it – not too exciting.
Remember this figure? Well, this figure remains to be highly sought after but even better is a conversation I noticed on Facebook from some of the legends in the business discussing what might’ve been: For the record, I tend to agree that the hair should have been darker!
I can’t even imagine what I would say if I saw a thing like Ghost Rider in person. A flaming skull might be the single most terrifying thing people would see in their lives! Of course, to Hulk this is a Tuesday so he takes the sight in stride: Ghost Rider is Skull Face
Writer: Al Ewing Artist: Penciler Joe Bennet Artist: Inker Ruy Jose Cover Price: Secondary Market: $3.99 $3.19 – $39.99 Total Covers: 1 Regular Cover Publisher: Marvel Comics I love when a group of heroes think they can handle an already out of control Hulk. It just doesn’t work like that yet they keep on trying!Continue reading “Friday Review: The Immortal Hulk #36 (2020)”
Writer: Ed Brisson Artist Jonas Scharf Artist: Colorist Neeraj Menon Cover Price: Secondary Market: $3.99 $1.25 – $14.99 Variants: 1 Shavrin Variant Publisher: Marvel Comics I know pre-pandemic that Marvel was a disaster to deal with but I have to say I am pretty happy with thier desicion to finish storylines that weren’t exactly burningContinue reading “Friday Review – Avengers of the Wastelands #4 (2020)”
Cookie Crisp – the day this cereal company stopped playing cutesy games and admitted that cereal is just a heaping bowl of sugar.
Writer: Al Ewing Artist: Penciler Mike Hawthorne Artist: Inker Mark Morales Cover Price: Secondary Market: $3.99 $3.19 – $39.99 Total Covers: 2 Regular Cover Wednesday Variant Publisher: Marvel Comics The fall-out from Xemnu is still being felt all over as people are waking up from the memories implanted in their heads.One thing is for certainContinue reading “Friday Review – The Immortal Hulk #35 (2020)”
These have been making the rounds on the internet. I don’t have this set but would love it! Combine the fact that they are generic Colorforms with the amazing Herb Trimpe art printed on them and of course the misconstrued inappropriate name and you have a winner all day long, baby!
There are times when the Hulk will know exactly when is attacking him – like planes. Hulk knows what a plane is and refers to them often. Now, I get that the Hulk doesn’t live in the ocean but apparently he isn’t aware of other branches of the military and their weaponry because a submarineContinue reading “Submarine: A Year’s Worth of Hulk Nicknames – Week 33”
This past few weeks since comics have started to come out there have been some Hulk appearances that I wouldn’t want any loyalists to miss! Below are some Hulk guest shots you might not know about: Fantastic Four #21: Just a quick shot of the Hulk on a computer screen: Fantastic Four #22: But itContinue reading “In Case You Missed It 37”
This figure looks fantastic with an extra head to create the robot Hulk from the 80’s and 90’s! Looking forward to this one! What do you guys think?
Remember the scene in Elf when Buddy continued to refer to Miles Finch as an Elf? When Hulk spoke to Captain Omen it reminded me of Buddy since the Hulk kept on calling Omen, well… Captain Omen is “Little Man”
I really get aggravated when people make cartoons mixing the company’s characters the way they do here…
We get a few sneak peeks of what’s to come. An Al Ewing written Immortal She Hulk is hitting the stands. This makes me a bit nervous. It wreaks of Greg Pak history were the writer, riding off of his Planet Hulk high, returns to the Hulk title to tepid response. He returns again toContinue reading “Here Comes the News!”
This is a specific time when MODOK made an entire suit. It was humongous, so in return the Hulk stated the obvious: MODOK is “Giant”