Last week, I finally sat down and read through half a year's worth of Hulk, and I'll be honest: It wasn't really something I'd been looking forward to. Most of my doubts came from the fact that rather than Bruce Banner, this was a book that would be focusing on the Red Hulk, a character that I could not possibly have cared less about. That probably puts me in the minority a
M.O.D.O.K. fans have been privy to a number of the mental organism's designs since his 1967 debut, but a few elements of AIM's construction have remained constant: a bad bowl cut and butt rocket propulsion
Courtesy of Marvel, ComicsAlliance brings you an exclusive preview of Hulk #28, wherein writer Jeff Parker and artists Gabriel Hardman & Mark Robinson lovingly depict the Red Hulk beating up all kinds of awesome things including the dinosaur you see above. It's all part of the creative team's "Scorched Earth" storyline, which has been a real treat if you're a fan of
War! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for? Dinos eating Nazis! Say it again y'all!
DC is continuing its month long project of printing single revival issues of its classic war comics. This week's release is
Gabriel Hardman attracted attention with Jeff Parker drawing the Agents of Atlas before signing on exclusively with Marvel to take on The Hulk. His back catalog of sketches covers Marvel and DC characters alike, though, and he has an odd way of making heroes as new as Ultimate Hawkeye or as old as Superman ins