Superhero Mashers Micro Hulk and Smash Dozer Action Figure

Marvel is still releasing more of the popular Mashers series with the Micro versions. This is a Hulk that comes with his own Hulkized bulldozer. Fun Hulk toys to have and they are going to be making some more of them.

Marvel Comics Incredible Hulk December 2016 Solicitations

Variant Cover by Dale Keown
Young Variant Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG
Artist Variant Cover by Pia Guerra
Classic Hulk Artist Variant Cover by Dale Keown
Hip-Hop Variant Cover by TBA
Action Figure Variant Cover by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER
ICX Variant Cover by TBA
Blank Variant Cover also available
JENNIFER WALTERS has survived the Civil War…barely…and having risen from the rubble, she re-enters the world a different kind of hero. Fueled by a quiet rage, she is determined to move forward, to go on with her life, but the pain of the past and all she’s lost is always there – an undercurrent, a pulse, waiting to quicken and trigger Jen’s transformation into the one thing she doesn’t have control over…
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

Amadeus Cho can calculate parabolas all day…but can he hit one from downtown?
A classic Hulk villain returns, but not like you remember: Meet QUASI/MO/DO!
Hulk’s on fire! Boom Shakalaka!
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

Classic Action Figure Variant Cover by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER
Marvel NOW! Action Figure Variant Cover by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER
XCI Variant Cover by TBA
What began as an idea and an ideal has now become a movement! But the problem with movements is that not even the Hulk can control them!
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

New Hulk Book In December Stars Jennifer Walters

From ComicBookResources:

Jennifer Walters’ new status quo has been revealed — and it proves it’s still not easy being green or gray. As announced by AV Club, the new Marvel series will launch this December. Writer Mariko Tamaki (“This One Summer”) and artist Nico Leon (“Ms. Marvel”) will guide Jennifer through the next phase of her life, one that sees her shed the She-Hulk name and star in a series simply titled “Hulk.”

The series will follow Walters as she tries to go back to her life as a lawyer and superhero following this summer’s “Civil War II,” which saw her near-fatally wounded in a battle with Thanos. The decision to shift from the She-Hulk moniker to the Hulk one was intentional and indicative of the emotional state Jennifer is in post-“Civil War II.”

“The title ‘She-Hulk’ evokes light-hearted stories about a Jennifer Walters who is at peace with herself and in full control of her powers,” Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso told AV Club. “This isn’t that book. On the other hand, the title ‘Hulk’ implies all of the baggage that comes with that comic’s 50+ year history — the ongoing battle with the monster within — and that’s why it’s more appropriate for this series.”

Tamaki, the Eisner Award-winning author of “This One Summer,” spoke to Jen’s emotional state going into her new ongoing series. “Jen is absolutely shaped by the trauma she’s experienced,” said Tamaki. “Much of it was inspired by thinking about how different people deal with the hard things that happen in their lives, how memory, trauma, can infuse our whole being, be a physical presence in our lives. I was really into the idea of a Hulk, of the ability to transform into something close to monstrous, that’s still human, and heroic. It was interesting to think about what’s human about Hulk and vice versa.”

Nico Leon, who worked on an arc of “Ms. Marvel” earlier this year, said he looks forward to capturing Jennifer Walters’ internal life in his art. “I think one of the most interesting and unique challenge in drawing her in this series will be to share with the readers her inside struggles,” said Leon. “All heroes have their own internal struggles, but in this series, Jen will be dealing with something new and huge that is happening inside her own mind. The great challenge will be to share that feeling with the readers. It is a serious topic and it needs our most careful approach.”

The new “Hulk” #1 launches from Marvel this December.


Mini Mr. Potato Head Hulk Figure

I already had the regular sized Hulk Mr. Potato Head so I of course had to get this smaller version too. Neat little figure, his head comes off along with his hair so you can mix and match with the other Marvel heroes. Fun little figure.

Paul Pelletier Planet Hulk Comic Convention Sketch

Paul Pelltier quickly became one of my favorite Hulk artists when he began his run on the Hulk comic book. When a great friend told me he was going to be at Baltimore Comic Con and invited me up to attend, I could not pass up the opportunity. This is one of my favorite commissions I have ever gotten. Paul did an amazing job and is also a great guy to talk to if you ever get the chance.


Incredible Hulk Cow by David Nakayama

Marvel artist David Nakayama, who worked on a kid-oriented Hulk comic book before, has created a Hulk cow!! The Hulk Cow was commissioned for the San Luis Obispo County Cow Parade in California. The parade itself is an international art exhibit that has made its way to cities like Paris, Athens and Rome. The San Luis County event will feature 101 painted cows on display between September, 2016 and May, 2017 to celebrate the county’s agricultural history and growing arts scene.

The cows will be auctioned off for charity at the close of the event. The proceeds will benefit local San Luis County nonprofits.

Red Hulk Almost in Captain America: Civil War

Per an article on Comicbookresources:
““Captain America: Civil War” co-director Joe Russo says he and the other filmmakers considered using many other characters in the film, including the fan-favorite Marvel anti-hero Red Hulk.

Joe Russo told, “We had so many characters in that movie as it was. We consider everything, obviously, but with so many characters in that movie as it was to try and entertain adding another character and to get to the Red Hulk, you have to add a back-story. You have to substantiate the narrative to get to that. [Thaddeus Ross], on our list of priorities, he was there sort of as the government’s agenda and not to add another complicated super powered character to the mix.”

Ross, played by William Hurt, appeared in the film as the figurehead for the U.S. Military who propositioned the Sokovia Accords — the mandate that said superheroes were to register with the government. In the comic, Ross — a long time foe for The Hulk — went on to become the Red Hulk after the Bruce Banner incarnation of the character went away after “World War Hulk.” Of course, Hurt’s Ross never makes that transformation in “Civil War.” ”

Now calling the Red Hulk a fan favorite might be a bit much. I for one am glad he was not in the movie.

Incredible Hulk Secret Identity Black Suit

Have you ever wanted to walk town the street, knowing that inside was the Hulk trying to get out but also looking sharp at the same time? Now you can with’s Secrety Identity Incredible Hulk black suit. Take a look at the pictures below at how cool the suit actually looks. The inside of the jacket has an image of the Hulk and the tie has some great SMASH words on it. Plus the small Hulk fist on the cuff. The price really isn’t that bad for the cost of a suit and you will look sharp! take a look here to order your own suit: Hulk Suit