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! I can’t even describe whatContinue reading “Are You Contagious?: A Year’s Worth of Cringe-Worthy Hulk Moments: Week 20”
At some point in the PD run the Hulk was pretty indestructible. He was super-smart, super strong and with a super secret powerful team that he lead. Ultimately, Earth bound catastrophes were beyond him. There was nothing they couldn’t handle – and sure, What could take on the Hulk at this point? The IncredibleContinue reading “Incredible Hulk: The Troyjan War (1994) – The Review”
Click the image for a great article. I don’t know if you guys heard but PD is up and walking around!
Let’s have a fantastic 2013! If you click on the image of the Face-Off Hulk beating the other action figures in a battle royal to the bitter end – then you will get an update on how PD is doing!
Not trying to start the new year off on a somber note – but PD suffered a stroke – lost the use of the right side of his body. Let’s wish him a speedy recovery and let him know we are thinking of him!
I am not sure how many times it’s brought up – at least a few dozen times a year – but no matter how many times it’s asked you always have two very opinionated sides. No, I am not talking about politics – I am talking about signatures. A while back Gary Miller was thinkingContinue reading “Sigs… The Hot Button Issue.”
Yes, that’s right – volume 8! While I applaud Marvel for continuing this series going I do have to give a strong jeers to the fact that they are charging $29.99 – and have even stopped using the glossy paper stock. Maybe they didn’t think anyone would notice – or more like; they don’t care. Continue reading “Hulk Visionaries: Peter David – Volume 8 (2011)”
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”
Peter David gave us this absolute gem of a storyline. McFarlane helped with his amazing art in this one… and it would turn out to be his swan song for the Hulk. There’s an interesting behind the scenes story that made the rounds about McFarlane and David’s working relationship. The story goes: When David beganContinue reading “Ground Zero (1988) – The Review”
We are getting to the real meat of Peter David’s early run. When the Grey and Green Hulk merge with Banner into a new Hulk persona. One that has the brains of Bruce – the snarky attitude of the Grey Hulk – and the strength of the Green Hulk. I wish Loeb would’ve taken aContinue reading “Hulk Visionaries: Peter David – Volume 6 (2009)”
Peter David brought alot to the Hulk – he introduced some ideas to the mythology of the Hulk that defined the character for new generations and many generations to come. Paul Jenkins almost burned that mythology to the ground… The idea of Banner suffering a multiple personality disorder was so out of left field andContinue reading “Dogs of War TPB (2005)”
This great collection may be hitting a speedbump. I would be crushed. It’s like discovering Peter David all over again! But, back to that speedbump, this collection, which is volume 5, was supposed to be out at the end of January. Than it was pushed back 2 weeks. No big deal – except that IContinue reading “Hulk Visionaries:Peter David – Volume 5 (2008)”
There was no better time for a Hulk fan than the early 90’s. Peter David was just hitting a creative stride, Hulk was selling better than ever, and Dale Keown had never made the Hulk look better. I prefer the illustrations of this time period – (recent drawings seem to highlight a bunch of veinsContinue reading “The Incredible Hulk #372 & 376”
(Spoilers!) Let me start off by saying that this is a verys short story – too short in fact – but it’s also a great read. The comic starts off with Hulk wandering around Antartica getting very tired. “Even Hulk gets tired…” he says before he collapses and falls asleep. Then, he turns backContinue reading “The Incredible Hulk vs. Fin Fang Foom”
Wizard #196 just hit the new-stands today – and it is filled with Hulk gems! Not only do they interview the New Hulk Movie Director, Louis Leterrier, and Ed McGuinness on the upcoming Red Hulk comic – with an extra peek at some of his sketches (including a peek at the Abomination, who looks awesome), and while I’mContinue reading “Wizard # 196 is Hulk-tastic!”