And with Hulking, Teddy, caressing someone What if it is no longer Billy? Marvel does love a silhouette And just as Empyre #0 had an Avengers and a Fantastic Four version, will Empyre: Aftermath Avengers #1 be accompanied by an Empyre: Aftermath Fantastic Four #1 cover also with silhouettes, revealed later today, written by Dan Slott?[...]
Which we interpreted as Hulking, a superhero of both Kree and Skrull heritage, holding a sword aloft and looking a bit like Conan. While Diabolik looks down on them all One will unite them? One will unite the Skrull and the Kree? Into, perhaps, an Empyre? Good to know that typos are cosmic. Created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung in Young[...]
It looks, from all accounts, to be a wedding dinner. But whose? Could it be that of Wiccan and Hulking, married in subtext? Might we see more of such an occasion, in a future Young Avengers? They have both been appearing in Death's Head together And the incoming Incoming from Marvel for Christmas week suggests a[...]
That Mystery "Incoming" Figure From Marvel's December 2019 Teaser – is it Hulking as a New Captain Marvel?
There are also suggestions of Captain Mar-Vell… and that letter idea may not be far off the mark. But the overall consensus, as we initially posted, is that this is the character Hulking, Teddy Altman And the uniting he is doing will be between the two aspects of his heritage the Kree and Skrull empires. That[...]
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Possibly to screaming THERE IS A SERIAL KILLER IN YOUR HOUSE at the book, or the local equivalent. Both should be wondering what the hell Loki is really up to, which is exactly how I want it. Hulking Teddy is Billy's boyfriend. Obviously, vice versa is true as well Teddy is Billy's boyfriend They're going out[...]
In this unseemly scrabble for respectability and an historic, noble pedigree it is, for instance, fashionable to observe that comics have their origins in the sequential strip-like hieroglyphics which record the reigns of ancient Egypt's pharaohs. What could be a better indicator of the medium's cultural worth than its ability to faithfully report the legendary acts[...]