It’s always fun to see writers play in each other’s playgrounds, and in The Immortal Hulk: The Threshing Place, Jeff Lemire does a solid job maintaining the tone Al Ewing has honed for The Immortal Hulk
The first issue of Peter David’s Maestro serves as a stellar origin story that even those unfamiliar with the title character will enjoy.
The folks at IDW are masters of the high quality historical comic. By that I mean that they’ve been putting out expansive (and expensive) books that highlight legendary artists and … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2015: IDW’s Sal Buscema Incredible Hulk Artist Select Series + an interview with IDW CCO Chris Ryall
Yesterday we lost one of the true legends of the comics world, artist-inker-writer Herb Trimpe. Sometimes an artist does a character so well that the definitive version of that character … Continue reading Herb Trimpe 1939-2015
The Hulk crash lands from space with amnesia and a message of doom. The Avengers must help the bruised and confused Hulk piece together his previous day to find out … Continue reading Avengers Assemble S01 E14: Hulk’s Day Out
Coming to Disney XD this Sunday is the newest of the new Marvel Universe animated series – “Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.” Now I don’t know what S.M.A.S.H. stands … Continue reading Hulk S.M.A.S.H.?
By the end of this weekend we’ll probably all have seen the third installment of the Iron Man film series, Iron Man 3. The armored avenger seems to be more … Continue reading Iron Man: Super-Villain?
Today the buzz from Latino Review is that a Hulk standalone film is on tap for the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3. The real kicker, they’re doing “Planet Hulk.” The … Continue reading Planet Hulk Film?
In the comic book universe, it’s no secret that I fall on the side of DC Comics, the home of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. You know, the holy trinity … Continue reading “We Have A Hulk” Or How I’ve Warmed To The Avengers
First off, if you had asked me a decade ago, two decades ago, even three decades ago, hell, let’s go there, I’m that old, or four decades ago, if I … Continue reading Avengers Assemble – Glenn Walker’s Pre-Movie Jitters
When it comes to animated tv shows, the last twenty ears have really spoiled comic book fans. Along the time that Batman: The Animated Series made its debut on FOX … Continue reading No Assembly Required: Andy Burns on Marvel’s Greatest Animated Series
The apathetic gamer. That is I. Try as I might, it’s rare that I can sit and play a video game for an extended period of time, regardless of how … Continue reading The Apathetic Gamer: Andy Burns On Two Video Game Takes On The Marvel Universe