Researching fish tanks I was pleasantly surprised to come across this fluffy soft on an endcap! They had a few Marvel characters but nothing as cool as this bulky guy! I even love the appropriately colored rope he comes with! Honestly, I have softs that aren’t this well produced – and this one was made with the intention of a Hulk destroying it! I truly love finding stuff like this, especially on accident!
Imagine being one of the Hulk’s oldest and most popular villains yet the Hulk can hardly remember your name:
But he does! And then decides to pick on one of your most prominent features:
Abomination is Big Ears
I found a fantastic deal on a couple of Immortal Hulk variants. The first, above is the Gabrielle Dell Otto variant for issue #2. A dark but amazing looking variant that harkens to the classic Savage Hulk.
The other is the Inhyuk variant to issue #17. This bloody variant is one of the cooler variants that this artist has to offer. If you like the art, boy are you in luck, because this artist has quite a few variants to choose from in this series!
Yes, in Cap #308 he fights a silly enemy named The Armadillo. As they go toe to toe Cap wonders this:
These two frenemies may never answer the question of who is stronger (even though we all know it’s the Hulk, easily) but it’s always entertaining when they decide to argue!
Essentially a better Namor villain Tiger Shark came up against the Hulk early in his self-titles series. He fared better than I thought he should but that is nothing compared to Hulk’s A-Game name calling as he lands an obvious one here:
Tiger Shark is Fish-Man
The craziest thing about this pandemic is actually having the time to go through my “to read” pile. I was pleasantly surprised to read issue #1 of Nighthawk and see out favorite green goliath in the issue!
When going through his life story they focused on his time in the Defenders. Nighthawk was combined with the might of Strange, Valkyrie and of course the Hulk!