The Incredible Hulk is coming to Disney+, and we are one step closer to completing the MCU all in one place The rights to the 2008 film, the second-ever release from Marvel Studios, have reverted back to Marvel, and now the film will be placed under the Marvel tab on Disney+ Louis Leterrier directed the[...]
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Fans more or less took this recasting in stride, but it was acknowledged, at least among fans, that this meant that Marvel was probably going to ignore everything that happened in The Incredible Hulk, at least in the movies There were some references here and there; Abomination, played by Tim Roth, got name-dropped in the short The Consultant,[...]
The Hulk probably has the most unique journey as a Marvel Cinematic Universe character, given his lone solo entry in Universal's 2008 The Incredible Hulk A lot has changed since the character was largely regulated to supporting roles given Marvel Studios and Universal's agreement that only allows the character and his alter ego Bruce Banner[...]
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige breaks down the reveal of Abomination in the latest Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings trailer.
Instead, we see her MCU debut in the Falcon and Winter Soldier episode "Truth." There's obviously not much to go on given her little screen time, but she'll likely play a bigger part in the finale for sure. Images courtesy of Marvel Studios and Universal Pictures Justin Hammer – Iron Man 2 (2010) and/or Samuel Sterns –[...]
The Incredible Hulk was released on June 8, 2008, and was the second film in the secret Phase One of the Marvel Cinematic Universe The film cast Edward Norton as Bruce Banner and, honestly, it was a great portrayal and story arc for the Hulk Just like Iron Man, the premiered just a little early[...]
It's auction time again, and PropStore's TV Treasures collection sure has some great pieces. For the discerning Marvel collector, why not something truly iconic, like Lou Ferrigno's shredded khaki pants from The Incredible Hulk? This particular lot (#96) comes with a single sandal, a foam rubber chain, a call sheet, a shooting script and a signed photo of The Hulk: [...]
Hotshot holds hostages at a church, and four witnesses recite the story of the Immortal Hulk resolving the crisis. Does it make for a good read?
The Incredible Hulk Angry face and all from when Bruce Banner was dealing with what he was every issue and trying to keep the Hulk under control, rather than just giving in and letting the guy roam free You're getting just his face as a single color of green on a washed-out green as the[...]
Our favorite storytelling medium, the comic book, has brought a lot more wins and losses for this week. Avengers, Infidel, Action Comics, Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe: which are good? Which were bad? Check them out here!
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We are shown the origins of the Incredible Hulk as well as all the times he has faced death over the year (more than you would think, also Avengers: Ultron Forever) He then returns in the present, looking confused but just as angry as ever. Avengers #684 cover by Mark Brooks We return to the game[...]
The Weekly Static is our righteously desperate-yet-endearing look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, streaming, smoke signals, cloud formations, and shadow puppets from an interesting, unique and entertaining perspective. At least that’s how it reads on paper… let’s see how this goes.
A major Hela-related spoiler may have been dropped during an Australian TV interview with Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo while promoting 'Thor: Ragnarok.'
He designed imaginative and unique characters that most people couldn't have even fathomed had he not helped create them. The Fantastic Four, the X-Men, the Avengers, the Incredible Hulk, Black Panther, the Silver Surfer, Doctor Doom, the Red Skull, the New Gods, the Challengers of the Unknown, Etrigan the Demon, OMAC, Kamandi, and so many more[...]
At last, Bleeding Cool comic reviewer Josh Davison gets around to devoting a series of pieces reviewing his all-time favorite comic series: Thunderbolts.
With the film coming out imminently, that new trailer debuting at SDCC, and this film promising a grand departure from the previous entries in the Thor film series, it makes sense that they would capitalize on the hype with a pair of covers (that may double issue sales to devoted Marvel movie fans). The first is the God[...]
The two Hulks also clash as Amadeus tries to keep the other Jade Giant from hurting the soldiers that pursue him. This is a fairly fun piece that harkens back to the older stories of the Incredible Hulk It pits the Hulk trying to fight the military, a giant monster, and dealing with his inner demons[...]
As early as his third issue into his 12-year long run on The Incredible Hulk, #333, he explored domestic violence and gun control In 1994 and 1995, however, within nine months of each other he tackled AIDS and abortion in overt manners obviously meant to provoke reactions In the long view of comic book and[...]