This little giveaway is a two-fer. I will explain: Not only do you get the little classic Hulk pencil topper that totally rocks you also get the mini-comic. While that may not seem to be all that interesting keep in mind that just trying to purchase the mini-comic will set you back between $13-$25. You couldContinue reading “Hulk Spinning Pencil Topper (1997)”
I found this figure at Zapp Comics in Wayne NJ. That store, I swear, is filled with so many treasures from yesteryear that being able to visit everyday would easily put me into the poor house. It might almost be worth it though. The Marvel Hall of Fame line was decent – famous for re-usingContinue reading “She-Force Savage She Hulk (1997)”
This year, every first Friday of the month I will be featuring a comic with a Hulk appearance. I like to choose the less talked about appearances rather than the classic issues the Hulk lent his celebrity to such as: Avengers #1, Amazing Spider-man #14, FF #12, #25, #26. You’ll more be hearing about charactersContinue reading “Happy New Year! Let’s Talk Hulk Appearances!”
Here is something I’ve had for a while – and due to one of the constant visitors here – the one and only, Gammapup. Yes, Mike was decent enough to offer me his extra, as this one was slightly damaged while he was getting work done at his house. You can’t see it very well,Continue reading “HUGE Hulk Wall Plaque (1997)”
Lasermatch made this Keown inspired sculpted piece of metal. They made it for Marvel’s 35th anniversary in 1997. I actually didn’t pick this up in 1997 – instead I waited. And the wait was worth it – I picked this up for $10 on ebay. Retail for this back then? It was either $39.99 orContinue reading “Hulk Laser Sculpture (1997)”
A bit ago someone, I believe it was 465, asked me if I had the Hulk Mini-Comic from Hostess – and I didn’t think I did. I should have known better than that! I went back and checked out my collection – turns out I have all but ONE of them! There were four inContinue reading “Hulk Mini-Comics”
I hesitated about getting this Hulk bust. I stopped myself plenty of times because the pictures just didn’t look pleasing. Then a great deal came up on ebay so I went for it – and then when I got it in the mail I was pleasantly surprised. It looks to me to be based onContinue reading “Attakus Hulk Bust (1997)”
These are pretty easy to come by on ebay… most go for about $10 – some go as high as $60. It’s pretty crazy how different the prices are on these. Some people believe them to be real collectible and have priced them at $100, and other, more realistic people have them priced forContinue reading “Franklin Mint Hulk Folding Knife (1997)”
I have some of these from friends. The sun began to fade them so I moved them to the side of the fridge where the sun can’t touch them. Ha-ha Sun! It’s: Me=1 Sun=0.
From Hallmark – too bad they didn’t keep making these. The ornaments, I bet, would’ve gotten a whole lot cooler. This is fine though, except that it looks like the Hulk is running away from something that he’s afraid of. Hulk? Afraid? Ba-Humbug! I mean, No Way!
This shirt was done by Deodato Jr. While he always has a unique style Deodato’s illustrations got better the longer he stayed with the Hulk. A fun bit of triva about Deodato – He’s from Brazil and is fond of people who misspell his name – like I did the first hundred times I postedContinue reading “Hulk Shirt 16 (1997)”
This is the cover to Marvel Adventures Presents #1, Starring the Hulk. Kind of a silly picture to make into a shirt, but I bought it anyways.
Neither of these shirts are really vintage. The top one came out in 2000 and the other came out in ’97. I bought the top one at Hot Topic an the other at a comic shop. I don’t really remember where – but it was 10 years ago now, so please understand.
Wizard is a magazine about comics and what’s going on in the comic community. Hulk has graced the cover a few times – and I have them all. I think I have them all. Here is a small smapling of those covers. The Homer Hulk is pretty cheesy, true, but still funny.
The entire Hulk fan population (which, some of my friends say consists of just me) rejoiced when Adam Kubert took over the pencils of the Incredible Hulk comic. Course, that also meant that he was going to be a bit slower than regular artists – more guests artists inbetween regular story issues – but thisContinue reading “Hulk vs. Wolverine Shirt (1997)”