Giant Size Super-Stars featuring Fantastic Four #1 (1974)- The Review

This is the all time favorite Hulk vs. Thing match up.  Throughout the years, this is still one of the hottest comics featuring this match up – and if you can get your hands on a sweet copy, do it!  I was lucky enough to find a nice copy AND a sweet reader copy –Continue reading “Giant Size Super-Stars featuring Fantastic Four #1 (1974)- The Review”

Incredible Hulk #180 (1974)

This is such a beautiful book – how could I not show it?  It also marks the true first appearence of Wolverine.  The very last panel has Wolvie jumping out to battle Wendigo and Hulk.  I now have the Wolverine Trilogy – which marks the other expensive books off my list to get…  Now theContinue reading “Incredible Hulk #180 (1974)”

Incredible Hulk #181 (1974)

  One of the most famous Hulk issues – with one of the most famous Marvel characters of all time!  That’s right, if you weren’t aware, Wolverine first appeared here – in Incredible Hulk #181.  Actually, he appeared in the last panel in #180, but in this issue is the first time that you seeContinue reading “Incredible Hulk #181 (1974)”

Incredible Hulk #182 (1974)

This comic is the third appearance ever of Wolverine.  The first pages conclude the story that started in #180 where Hulk was facing off against Wendigo and the Canadian government sent in Wolverine to get the situation under control.  Unfortunately, for Wolverine, he failed and they took him out of there by helicopter.  In thisContinue reading “Incredible Hulk #182 (1974)”

Hulk Pocket Mego (1974)

  These little guys came out in the ’70’s.  This would’ve been great in the ’80’s though because then you could have G.I. Joe facing off against the Marvel superheroes.  I’m not saying who would win – but it begins with an “H” and ends with a “Take that little army beeotches!  Boo Yah!  HulkContinue reading “Hulk Pocket Mego (1974)”

Mego Hulk on UNPUNCHED Card (1974)

As you will notice with this item – The Hulk figure is still on the original card!  This is not that easy to acquire and, look closer, you will see that the card is unpunched!  I don’t this this really adds in the value of the item, the card condition, but I think that’s pretty sweet.  Continue reading “Mego Hulk on UNPUNCHED Card (1974)”

Hulk Comic and Record (1974)

I have listened to the record and I must say that I rather enjoy reading them myself.  I like the voices I give the characters rather than the voices the record uses.  Not that I read aloud.  Well, sometimes I do.  But I don’t dress up like the characters and act out each comic like aContinue reading “Hulk Comic and Record (1974)”