Monday, July 14, 2008

Red Hulk Versus Green Hulk

If traffic is any indication, people seem to dig the Red Hulk. Never let it be said Again With the Comics is above pandering to the masses, thus this clash of crimson and emerald Hulks. First the Red Hulk battled A-Bomb, now he throws down with the original Incredible Hulk. The result? Pure PULSE-POUNDING PANDEMONIUM, my perspiring, pasty, panelologist pals! My son is actually the Hulk customer in our household, making The HULK, in fact, the first comic in his own l'il "pull box" at Bargain Comics. I'm so proud.

3 comments:

Phillyradiogeek said...

I'm enjoying the Red Hulk saga, but issue #4 wasn't the best. The Watcher cameo was stupid, and Thor's appearance seems abrupt. I hope the Red Hulk's identity is revealed no later than issue #6--we've been in suspense long enough (although I think your educated guess that it's Glen Talbot is correct).

The artwork for this series has been phenomenal.

Cully said...

Poor kid. The Hulk can be addicting. I bought #162 and haven't missed an issue yet. I still have the belief the red Hulk is Glen Talbot as well.

Arkonbey said...

Ok. I know this is late but that is some pretty bad anatomy on the arms. Those muscles make no sense. Unless the story is that they are turning into some sort of anime tentacle beasts...