Hulk Room Saturday!

I was lucky enough to get one – ONE – detolf before IKEA took them out of their inventory – and then put them back on at a slightly higher price.  I was given this as a present for my birthday from my sister.  Still one of the best gifts ever!  I figured I wouldContinue reading “Hulk Room Saturday!”

Marvel Universe’s Doc Samson (2010)

Alright – here is the other new release from MU.  I have this week of posts planned out, and yes, I will make sure I post the review for the new Hulks issue by the end of this week, but I want to make sure to show off the new MU figures first.  Seeing asContinue reading “Marvel Universe’s Doc Samson (2010)”

A Week of Leonard Samson – TIH #442

Here’s another cover without Samson’s calling card shirt!  WTF?  But notice, he’s also teamed up with She Hulk… again… these two always seems to fight together against a common cause.  I mean – let’s get this straight – She-Hulk has always been written as a sexy character – but I would not be able toContinue reading “A Week of Leonard Samson – TIH #442”

A Week Of Leonard Samson – TIH #406

Yesterday I made fun of the lightning bolt t-shirt – well, here is a rare cover that the infamous shirt is absent!  Take it in!  It’s almost like, when you’re a kid, you see your teacher in the mall or something.  You know it’s your teacher – but she’s not at school – where she’sContinue reading “A Week Of Leonard Samson – TIH #406”

A Week of Leonard Samson – TIH #380

Right after the new “merged” Hulk was debuted PD did a great Samson solo story about the Doc who discovers the woman he gave testimony against and is sent to the electric chair might have been, well, innocent.  I love this issue – but the best part is the warning on the front of the coverContinue reading “A Week of Leonard Samson – TIH #380”

Leonard Samson Lead Figure (2009)

I was actually excited to hear about a Leonard Samson figure for this line! This is turning out to be one of the better lines for Marvel products. We Have both Hulks, a Leader, Abomination (even though they ruined a nice display by changing his base), Absorbing Man, and Valkyrie. I’m hoping they hang in longContinue reading “Leonard Samson Lead Figure (2009)”

A Week of Leonard Samson – Doc Samson #1 & 2

The good old doctor here has had a couple mini-series.  This mini has a villian called Patchwork – and if you’ve read it you know why he’s called that.  And the reason is pretty gross…  But this is obviously a mini-series from the 90’s – you can tell just by the art.  It has thatContinue reading “A Week of Leonard Samson – Doc Samson #1 & 2”

Doc Samson vs. Hulk SHS

Here is the first SHS of wave 3 that decided to show, mainly because it’s the most disappointing.  And that’s because this 2-pack was first promised to come with a Red Hulk but instead we get a re-issue of the first series SHS Hulk.  No really – the exact figure – not repainted or anything! Continue reading “Doc Samson vs. Hulk SHS”

Doc Samson Marvel Legends (2008)

This here is the Doc Samson figure.  It’s actually not too bad but I would rather of had Valykrie.  This is far and away the weakest figure in the new line – I mean, look at that hair!  Actually, I heard the hair is not only ugly but also restrictive to the neck articulation.  SamsonContinue reading “Doc Samson Marvel Legends (2008)”

Incredible Hulk #141 (1971)

  I realized something when thumbing through this story… the main emotion that fuels the Hulk lore is jealousy.  This story really brings that to light.  Just like Spiderman is driven by guilt and Batman by revenge… Hulk is driven by jealousy.  Emil, the scientist who worked with Banner in the very first comic, detonatedContinue reading “Incredible Hulk #141 (1971)”

Bowen Doc Samson Bust (2005)

I admit – this isn’t the Hulk – and I actually don’t have many things with the Hulk’s supporting cast, but this bust of Doc Samson was done really well (well, of course, it is a Bowen creation after all) and it was marked down… a lot.  I do like the way this bust looks and have seen otherContinue reading “Bowen Doc Samson Bust (2005)”