While promoting Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mark Ruffalo expressed interest in making a new solo Hulk movie, and he also suggested a possible reason why it hasn’t happened yet: Universal still has the rights to distribute future Hulk films, which is something Marvel would need to figure out to move forward. A new report suggests that the rights issue may not entirely be an obstacle after all — the only thing keeping Marvel from making a Hulk movie is Marvel itself.
The Incredible Hulk
We've been under a deluge of comic book movies for what seems like decades. The frequency at which our favorite characters like Spider-Man, Hellboy and the Hulk are appearing on the silver screen has increased tremendously since the early aughts, and so has the desire to take a part of these movies home with us.
Though the prop replica market has definitely seen a drastic increase in volume over the past few years, there's nothing quite like owning a piece of the real thing. We did some digging to see just what kind of comic book film memorabilia was currently setting the internet auction house aflame.
Every movie set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe contains at least a couple Easter eggs (along with a cameo from famous Marvel writer Stan Lee). They’re there — if you know where to look and what to look for (it helps to have spent a lifetime reading comic books and books about comic books and watching television shows based on comic books and you get the idea). For those of you still acclimating yourself to the magical world of Marvel — and for those Marvel zombies who just want to make sure they caught everything — we’ve compiled this extensive gallery of the best and geekiest Marvel Easter eggs so far.
Art Asylum and Diamond Select Toys have been diligent about covering nearly 20 of the Hulk's various comic book/movie transformations in their Marvel Minimates line over the years, but the Jade Giant will get even more attention in the spring of 2013 as the toymakers release a special "Through the Ages" box set. Set to include
Prompted by Marvel Comics' press push in support of Fantastic Four: Season One, in which the team's early days are updated to contemporary settings and tropes like cell phones, late night talk show host Conan O'Brien joked, "When the Hulk gets mad, he rips his shirt and says, 'HULK SEND ANGRY TEXT!'"
The monologue joke's premise relied upon the Incredible Hulk being a member of that legendary superteam, which as all superhero fans know was never the case. Naturally, the admonishments were many."Fan Corrections" is a weekly feature of the Conan show where O'Brien addresses grievances logged b
A man was sent to jail for two years last week following a curious drug arrest in Coventry, West Midlands, England. Scott Anderson was caught selling cocaine in April while dressed like the Incredible Hulk, a Marvel Comics superhero with green skin, attire that made him easily identifiable by police. No explanation has been offered as to why Anderson was dressed as
Marvel's Incredible Hulk panel gave fans a look into the Jade Giant and his extended family's smashing schedule for the coming year yesterday at New York Comic Con. In addition to the Hulk's upcoming battle against Banne
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: So, I say that Hulk is boring. What stories could convince me that he is not boring? -- Der, via emai
Marvel is swinging for the fences with its first live-action television project since being acquired by Disney, putting forth a new TV incarnation of the incredible Hulk devised by two fairly exciting names: Gullermo del Toro, the director of the Hellboy movies, Pan's Labyrinth, and Blade II; and David Eick, an executive producer of Battlestar Galactica and creator of the spinoff, Battlestar Galactcia: Blood & Chrome. The pair will co-create the new Hulk series and co-write its pil