He’s Just Not That Into You: A Year’s Worth of Cringe Worthy Hulk Moments- Week 31

Let’s have a little fun and discuss some of the more graphic, violent, sad, or just plain awkward moments that have plastered the Hulk history.  Be it a passing meeting between spouses of a gruesome scene that nobody saw coming – this year I’ll have you squirming in your seat! To understand the relationship betweenContinue reading “He’s Just Not That Into You: A Year’s Worth of Cringe Worthy Hulk Moments- Week 31”

Mrs. Bates Has a Date: A Week Worth of Cringe-Worthy Hulk Moments: Week 17

Let’s have a little fun and discuss some of the more graphic, violent, sad, or just plain awkward moments that have plastered the Hulk history.  Be it a passing meeting between spouses of a gruesome scene that nobody saw coming – this year I’ll have you squirming in your seat! Joe Fixit will remain oneContinue reading “Mrs. Bates Has a Date: A Week Worth of Cringe-Worthy Hulk Moments: Week 17”

Bowen Designs Mr Fixit (2012)

I am really going to try to get things back on track here!  I will start with my review of the Mr. Fixit statue served to us by Bowen Designs.  As of late BD has been facing some terrible set-backs.  Paint flaws and weight issues seem to plague the statue company.  First, the Thanos on throne statueContinue reading “Bowen Designs Mr Fixit (2012)”

Steven Sanchez Commissions (2011)

Steven was offering up $15 head shots – and I took part in the madness that soon followed as a lot of the SF residents took a spot on Steven’s very long list!  This artist is amazing and showed his skills as he took on almost every character imaginable!  Seriously – if you can thinkContinue reading “Steven Sanchez Commissions (2011)”

The Incredible Hulk #23 Pg#18 (2001)

A lot of very unique artists have lent their talents to the pages of the Hulk.  Kyle Hotz is certainly in that category.  His style is unique and fantastic – this storyline was an interesting one.  I can’t say it was my favorite, but the great thing is that we did get to see Fixit afterContinue reading “The Incredible Hulk #23 Pg#18 (2001)”

Marvel Comics Presents #26 (1989) – The Review

Another Fixit story by Purves and David.  This little tale follows Fixit as he arrives to collect some money from a guy who owns a Sea World type amusement park called Maritime or something… anyways, the guy doesn’t have the money for Fixit so he offers up the park.  The Hulk asks why he’d wantContinue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #26 (1989) – The Review”

Fixit Head Sketch (2009)

It’s my boy Wamester again!  I purchased his sketch book and in the back he does a quick personalized head sketch for you – and I chose Fixit.  Seeing what he can do with just the head I am totally into seeing what he can do with an entire full body sketch!  If he’s atContinue reading “Fixit Head Sketch (2009)”

Marvel Comics Presents #95 (1992) – The Review

One of my least favorite stories here – one called “Heroes” – see, little Johnny meets the Hulk but the Hulk, not having time to waste, tells the kid to buzz off.  Little Johnny idolizes the Hulk and starts to pump up and treat all of his friends the way the Hulk treated him.  LittleContinue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #95 (1992) – The Review”

Marvel Comics Presents #78 (1991) – The Review

Here’s one of the more… unusual stories.  The Hulk is hanging out in a bar – Selene, the Black Queen, walk in and tries to cozy on up to the Hulk.  Hulk tells her that he’s “Not Interested” (Which is also the title of this sordid little tale).  Selene tries to get the Hulk’s attention,Continue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #78 (1991) – The Review”

Marvel Comics Presents #38 (1989) – The Review

This story, entitled “Art for Art’s Sake”, has Fixit being sent to a musician’s house to strong arm him into playing at Mr. B’s girlfriend’s party.  See, when Brian Newman was an up and comer Mr. B helped him get on his feet and become a best selling artist.  So, Hulk heads out to BrianContinue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #38 (1989) – The Review”

Marvel Comics Presents #6 (1988) – The Review

This issue was harder to find than I thought it would be – and I was a little surprised to hear the Hulk was in it because he’s not on the cover – no, instead he’s on the back cover – and you can tell by the image it’s the grey Hulk, not just theContinue reading “Marvel Comics Presents #6 (1988) – The Review”

Rob Reilly Commissions – Part 2 (2009)

Here’s the second set of commissions.  Yes, I’m sure you’ve guessed – that’s fixit above there.  If you click on Fixit above you will be taken to Rob’s web site.  He’s always interested in commissions – so if you like what you see – the guy seems to be able to do any character.  Now IContinue reading “Rob Reilly Commissions – Part 2 (2009)”

Paul A. Hajj Commission (2008)

Now this is more like it!  I showed you a commission that was a let down – so today I show you one that was sort of a nice surprise.  Paul A. Hajj has a cool little website here – he likes to draw superheroes and drew the Hulk a few times before.  Once here:Continue reading “Paul A. Hajj Commission (2008)”

Hulk Family – Green Genes (2008) – The Review

Who picked this up yesterday?  Pretty darn good issue.  It’s nice to have some good old fashion Hulk stories after the crap they have been shoveling at us this year.  The first story, titled Your Lucky Day, takes place right after the events in The Incredible Hulk #344 – Ground Zero – my favorite HulkContinue reading “Hulk Family – Green Genes (2008) – The Review”