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With an intriguing new science-fiction take on the storied monstrous concept, Hulk #1 brings forth an unexpected antagonist and twists the property in what seems like a new direction Oddly enough, given the events of the horror-themed previous series, this is a smart continuation, not a reboot. Hulk #1 Cover Credit: Marvel Comics The Hulk has caused[...]
PrintWatch: Marvel Comics
PrintWatch: Black Panther #1, Hulk #1 and Venom #1 are all getting second printings from Marvel Comics as well as tiered 1:25 second printing variants as well, in order to encourage retailers to bump those numbers up. Black Panther #1 Black Panther #1 BLACK PANTHER #1 Written by JOHN RIDLEY Art by JUANN CABAL Second Printing Sketch Cover by ALEX ROSS[...]
Savage She-Hulk #1 (Marvel, 1980)
By most accounts, She-Hulk was meant to be a media star from the very beginning Developed during the height of the popularity of The Incredible Hulk television series, by some accounts, the character was created to prevent series producer Kenneth Johnson from creating a female Hulk spin-off (as he had done with The Six Million[...]
A Not-Immortal Hulk
Last week saw DC Comics dominate, this week, it's all about Marvel with eight out of ten titles. Hulk, Spider-Man And Thor Top Bleeding Cool Bestseller List Top Ten Bleeding Cool Bestseller List of the week Hulk #1 Amazing Spider-Man #79 Thor #19 Black Panther #1 Detective Comics #1,045 DC Vs Vampires #2 Death of Doctor Strange #3 Hawkeye Kate Bishop #1 X-Men #5 Wolverine #18 Thanks to[...]
A Not-Immortal Hulk
Today sees the release of Hulk #1 from Donny Cates and Ryan Ottley, taking over from another bunch of creatives who have been on the Hulk for quite some time Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, Paul Mounts… what was the name of their comic book again? Hulk #1 by Donny Cates and Ryan Ottley He said the thing![...]
Cover image for Hulk #1
Hulk get new creative team because Hulk no longer Immortal! That mean Hulk get new number one issue, Hulk #1! New number one issue for new creative team is one of Joe Quesada's 22 Gimmicks That Always Work! Check out preview below, puny humans! HULK #1 DONNY CATES (W) • RYAN OTTLEY (A/C) Variant Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI Variant[...]
Tales to Astonish #93 (Marvel, 1967), Hulk vs. Silver Surfer story.
Things were already getting a bit complicated in the Marvel Comics Universe of 1967.  The publisher had an output of nearly 16 comics per month by that year, up from a low point of eight comic books per month in 1958.  The Silver Surfer had been introduced in Fantastic Four #48 the year prior, and[...]
The Defenders #10 (Marvel, 1973)
Who is the strongest hero in the Marvel Universe?  It's a question that fans have debated for decades, and it often centers around two well-known powerhouses — the Incredible Hulk and the Mighty Thor.  The characters first met when the Hulk squared off against the rest of the Avengers in Avengers #1, but memorably faced[...]
Igloo’s New Marvel Cooler Collection Assembles the Avengers
Four coolers have been released with Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor that are backed with a colorful design to please any fan. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Igloo was kind enough to send us over one of their[...]
Full Marvel Comics January 2022 Solicits & Solicitations
Here are some of the latest latenesses from Marvel Comics to take account for, with some titles just solicited for January, slipping into March already. Hulk #1 has been delayed from the 10th of November (where today's planned Venom #1 from Marvel had been rescheduled) to the 24th November. (W) Donny Cates (A/CA) Ryan Ottley "MAD SCIENTIST"[...]
Fantastic Four #12 (Marvel, 1963)
As a longtime Fantastic Four collector, the Hulk vs Thing (and the rest of the FF) battle in Fantastic Four #12 might just be my favorite among the early issues.  The debut of Doctor Doom in Fantastic Four #5 is way up there… but I think I have to give the edge to Fantastic Four[...]
Cover image for IMMORTAL HULK #50
The Immortal Hulk concludes on Wednesday, finally confirming what we predicted way back in June of 2019! Pip pip! We told you we'd be right eventually! Sure, we may not have seen certain twists coming along the way… but we got there eventually Check out a preview of the grand finale in Immortal Hulk #50[...]
Prime Minister Boris Johnson - From Hulk To Iron Man?
Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson MP  once liked to compare himself – and Britain as a whole – to the Incredible Hulk, in quite geeky detail In 2019 in an interview with the Mail On Sunday, he talked about Brexit saying that "Banner might be bound in manacles, but when[...]
The Return Of The Guilt  Hulk - In Symbiote Spider-Man
The Guilt Hulk as created by Peter David and Dale Keown first appeared in The Incredible Hulk Vol 2, #377 in 1991, as a malevolent representation of Bruce Banner's abusive father Brian Banner, that manifested itself in Banner's childhood memories It embodies all of Bruce's guilt, shame, and regrets, existing within Bruce's mind, the entity[...]
Including a new She-Hulk series written by Rainbow Rowell and drawn by Roge Antonio Currently, She-Hulk has been portrayed in a far more savage version of herself, after returning from the dead, and in Avemgers has been turned into a Black Widow-type operative by the KGB's Red Room But that is all to change it[...]