Tuesday, March 3, 2009

I Was Mugged by Lou Ferrigno!

As every new yorker comic fan probably did, I went to the NY Comic Con in February. I had a great time there. It was my first comic con, as I had lived in so many countries and there has never really been a focus on comics as there has been here. Anyway, so I went to a signing with Bruce Timm, who was signing copies of a Wonder Woman Movie Poster, and whilst in the que, I realised Lou Ferrigno was on the other signing. I asked the people next to me to look after my stuff, and so I walked along with a Hulk dvd that I had brought. I went up to him, shook his hand and introduced myself to him. He looks at me like I'm crap on his shoe. I'm a little freaked out, but what the heck- I asked him for a signature. He rises up, his eyebrows twitching, and he starts leaning over me! He says "forty dollars". I'm like, "what?!" and he repeats. Now cause I was scared out of my pants, I gave him the forty dollars. He signed by dvd, and I sarcastically said "thank you". He grunts at me, and I walk on.

What a jerk!

Monday, January 5, 2009

Simon William's Hulk vs. Death's Head

Heads up! Simon William has completed his Hulk vs. Death's Head comic strip! I have to say, it looks awesome. Go over to to check it out!

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Psyche Ward: The Incredible Hulk

Marvel often does a brilliant column on their news section of the website about the psychology of various superheroes. Though I have yet to read it, there is one on the Hulk just released, and as everybody knows Bruce Banner has a complex and troubled psyche which often results in his multiple personality disorder. This should prove to be interesting.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Incredible Hulk Animated DVDs

For those who are regular visitors to and actually live in the Uk, you will be delighted to hear of the release of a series of dvds that collect the seasons of all the Marvel animated shows. All of the Hulk cartoons are available for pre-order, and are as follows-

  • The Incredible Hulk - Complete Season (Marvel Original Series - 60's) [1966]
  • The Incredible Hulk - Complete Season (Marvel Original Series - 80's) [1982]
  • The Incredible Hulk - Season One Part One (Marvel Original Series - 90's) [1996]
  • The Incredible Hulk - Season One Part Two (Marvel Original Series - 90's) [1996]
  • The Incredible Hulk - Complete Season Two (Marvel Original Series - 90's) [1996]
  • The Incredible Hulk - Complete Box Set (1996)
The thing that I love about this cover art, is that it is done out like a comic-book and it is done by one of my favorite artists- Simon Williams (see Artist Profiles: Simon Williams and Hulk Versus Death's Head) who, in my opinion, is a great artist. Above you can see the Cover Art.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Hulk Versus Death's Head

A short strip by Simon Williams. Truly fantastic.

Artist Profile: Simon Williams

In my opinion, Simon Williams really captures the escence of the Hulk in all his images. He is among my favorite artists ever since I picked up a Marvel UK mag (to be particular, Spectacular Spiderman Adventures #100) and ever since then I have constantly searched for new artwork by him of the Jolly Green Giant. In the issue, Spider-Man and the Thing team up to bring down the Hulk, who is on a rampage. Simple story, but it was executed perfectly. To see some of his truly riveting pictures, check out his deviantART gallert at-

or, click on the select images above. While at his gallery, I reccommend checking out his Hulk vs. Deaths Head story- It really captures the feel of the 70's Marvel UK mags!

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Watch the Incredible Hulk Online!

For those who are fans of the 197o's show that everybody raved about, the Incredible Hulk, you can watch the original episodes at this website-

If you are expecting a huge, action packed epic, you will be pleasantly suprised, as this show deviates from the normal superhero program and goes down a more dramatic and heart-touching path. This is brilliantly executed, and I would reccommend it to anyone who is a hard-core fan, or someone just out for a new TV show. Enjoy!