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How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love ‘The Hulk’ by Jeff Parker
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...
Marvel’s ‘Alias’ Heads to TV as ‘AKA Jessica Jones’ with ‘Twilight’ Screenwriter
While development of Guillermo del Toro and David Eick's version of The Hulk has been public knowledge since news broke last month, it looks like Marvel's first new live-action television series will actually be AKA Jessica Jones, based on the MAX Comics series Alias by Brian Michael Bendis that took a gritter look at the Marvel Universe through the eyes of a former superheroine turned private inv
ABC Developing ‘Hulk,’ Eying ‘Cloak and Dagger’ TV Series
While Mark Ruffalo is set to smash as the Hulk in Joss Whedon's 2012 "The Avengers" movie and the Jade Giant is an important fixture in Disney XD's new "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" animated series, it seems fans will have yet another outlet to catch their favorite gamma-powered hero before long...
Jason Aaron on Ultimate Cap, New ‘Alias’ from Bendis, Sara Pichelli on Ultimate Spidey [NYCC]
Marvel's final presentation of New York Comic Con 2010 was the Next Big Thing panel on Sunday, which featured a host of announcements, including that Jason Aaron and artist Ron Garney will be launching an Ultimate Captain America miniseries, Sara Pichelli will be taking over the art on Ultimate Spider-Man, and a new "Alias" series from Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos is in the w
The Next Avenger is… Red Hulk?!
While the Heroic Age: Avengers panel was extremely light on announcements this year, Brian Michael Bendis and Joe Quesada did solve one small puzzle for the fans--literally. The back pages of certain Marvel comics have been teasing the arrival of a new Avenger in the ongoing "Avengers" series by Bendis and John Romita, Jr...
‘Superman/Batman: Apocalypse’ Cover Art Revealed
Before we begin, let's just get the obvious out of the way - yes, we're looking at yet another DC Universe Original Animated Movie starring Superman and Batman and seemingly based on Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner's "Supergirl" storyline from the second volume of "Superman/Batman...
Jeph Loeb Named Marvel Executive VP, Head of Television
Marvel Entertainment has announced that Jeph Loeb, writer of comic books like "Batman: The Long Halloween" and "Ultimatum," has been named an Executive Vice-President and Head of Television at the company. Loeb, who previously worked as a writer and Co-Executive Producer on the Emmy-nominated NBC superhero TV show "Heroes" and a writer and producer on "Lost"
Worst of the Worst: Ultimatum
Like pretty much every other comics reader with an Internet connection, I'd heard that "Ultimatum," the line-wide crossover that more or less destroyed Marvel's Ultimate line, was terrible. Despite strong sales that kept it in the top ten for its entire run, the series was almost universally panned, with readers going so far as to declare it one of, if not the, most mind-bendingly terrib

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