It only took 44 years, but the Hulk has managed to make it back on the cover of the Rolling Stone magazine. In the latest issue, the magazine interviews Mark Ruffalo and Joss Whedon. I am sure you all remember when the comic version of the Hulk made it on the cover in 1971.
Story by Sam Humphries
Art by Mark Laming
Cover by Mike Del Mundo, Mukesh Singh, Skottie Young
Publisher Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date May 20th, 2015
This May, embark on a desperate mission into uncharted territory as PLANET HULK #1 smashes its way into the WARZONES! Be there when Sam Humphries and Mark Lamming take you Greenland – Battleworld’s inhospitable northernmost territory. Teeming with an unchecked population of raging Hulks – their unparalleled destruction is the stuff of legend. Now, a battle-worn gladiator named Steve Rogers and his steadfast companion Devil Dinosaur must venture deep within Greenland’s borders in hopes of rescuing a friend. Only an army of Hulks now stand between them and their goal!
Plus – don’t miss a special back-up story this issue from fan-favorite creators Greg Pak (Incredible Hulk, Storm) and Takeshi Miyazawa (Ms. Marvel, Runaways)! Explore the untold history of Greenland. What secrets does it hold? What caused this untold outbreak of Hulks? Those answers and more lie in the pages of PLANET HULK #1 this May!
I am always glad to see a new Incredible Hulk figure hit the shelves, no matter what it looks like. Lucky for me this is a good looking figure. Actually it is a great looking figure. The body of the sculpt is a good sculpt, it’s a pretty basic body but still good detail. The key to this figure is his face. A bad face sculpt can really ruin a figure but the sculptor on this figure did an amazing job. Sometimes the prototype figure ends up looking better than the actual figure but in this case the face looks better than the prototype shown on the back. Bravo on this figure. The figure is a little tricky to stand up, he has to lean over a little bit but not too bad. Go out and try to find this figure now!
The latest wave of Legends figures is finally hitting stores and I was lucky enough to find a set at Target. Had to pick up this Hellcat figure as she was a Defender for quite some time, many times with the Hulk, so it needs to be added to my collection. A really nice sculpt except she is a little hard to get to stand up. It seems that a lot of the women Legends figures that I have gotten have a hard time standing straight. Still a good looking figure. Comes with pieces to a build of figure of Thanos of his head and one arm.
When I was a 6 year old boy, I was very shy. Actually I would say extremely shy. I still remember walking down to our neighbors garage sale and buying Incredible Hulk #170 for a nickel and just being amazed at this green creature that had all this strength but just wanted to be left alone. I got completely sucked into comics and into the Hulk comic book. Herb Trimpe’s artwork was my first introduction to the world of Marvel comics and the Incredible Hulk. He drew the Hulk with anger, sadness, and every other emotion and I loved every page. He drew other comic books like GI Joe, Godzilla, and others but he will always be remembered for his incredible body of work on the Hulk comic book. Even though he wasn’t drawing too much anymore, he was still going to comic book conventions when he was able and glad to sketch and talk to any and all fans.
Herb Trimpe passed away today from a heart attack and the art world is at a loss for losing such a comic artist pioneer and great person.
A few years ago, a company called Funko started releasing these little bobble-heads with black, round eyes. Needless to say, they instantly became hugely popular and there are Pop! figures for every popular movie or tv show out there. With the Avengers Age of Ultron coming up, Funko has started to release their figures related to that movie. Found the Hulk at Target this week and strangely enough I didn’t see any of the other figures from the wave. This Hulk figure looks just as good as the first Hulk they put out. He looks even more angry than the first one, go out and get one now!
DeNA and Marvel Entertainment today
launched *Marvel Mighty Heroes*, a real-time co-op brawler written by Fred
Van Lente, creator of Marvel comics like *X-Men Noir, Marvel Zombies 3*-*5*,
*The Amazing Spider-Man, *and *The Incredible Hercules*. For the first time
on mobile devices, up to four players will suit up as iconic Marvel
characters to battle evildoers in action-packed gameplay. Players will
collect and level-up characters, equip heroic abilities, and team up with
friends to rule the multiverse. With the first in-game event starting
today, *Marvel Mighty Heroes *is available as a free download on the Apple
App Store for iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch® and on Google Play for Android™ phones and tablets.
In *Marvel Mighty Heroes, *players must defend the world by assembling a
dream team of Marvel Super Heroes including Iron Man, Thor, Spider-Man,
Captain America, Star-Lord, Hulk, Hawkeye as well as dozens of Super
Villains yet to be announced. Each character is equipped with a unique set
of powerful, upgradeable abilities along with alternate costumes that grant
new powers and allow for a variety of different play styles based around
speed, strength, and health.
“*Marvel Mighty Heroes* starts with old-school Super Hero gameplay from the
glory days of playing alongside friends at the arcade and adds a modern
twist for mobile devices through intuitive touch controls and global
cooperative gameplay,” said Barry Dorf, Vice President of Partnerships and
Alliances at DeNA. “Marvel fans of all ages will love the timeless
characters and evolving Marvel storylines based on classic plots and new
Once players choose their squad, they will join a team of up to four
players from around the world to compete in missions testing their
prowess with bruiser characters and quick reflexes with ranged characters,
while leaderboards let players compete for worldwide supremacy. Multiplayer
include a variety of missions like cooperative defense and intense boss
battles. Regular updates will consistently add original content, letting
players fight their way through all-new worlds and storylines never before
explored in a Marvel game. Today kicks off the first event in the six-part
weekly “Infinity” series which finds the Avengers and the Guardians of the
Galaxy teaming up to battle Thanos the Mad Titan.
In a tight race, Marvel fans have registered and voted to receive Hulk as a
special in-game reward for players who download the game in the first week.
To learn more about the game, visit www.marvelmightyheroes.com .