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He's made the Hulk a gladiator, a freedom fighter, a king and involved him in two wars. This summer, writer Greg Pak brings his five year run with the character to an end with "Heart of the Monster."
CBR spoke with Herb Trimpe, the man many consider to be the definitive "Incredible Hulk" artist, about his time working in the Marvel bullpen, the one character he never had a chance to draw and life after comics.
"Helloby" director Guillermo del Toro and "Battlestar Galactica" executive producer David Eick are reportedly finalizing a deal to create the new "Incredible Hulk" series for Marvel and ABC Studios. SPINOFF has details.
Marvel Comics has announced that artist Dale Eaglesham will be joining scripter Greg Pak on "Incredible Hulk" with February's issue #623, the start of the three-part "Planet Savage" storyline.
Doug Zawisza gave "Incredible Hulk" #611 4 stars finding Greg Pak and Paul Pelletier's latest chapter of "World War Hulks" "a smaller part of a whole, but it is a whole lot of what people read 'Incredible Hulk' to see."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "The Incredible Hulk" #611 featuring the climax to "World War Hulks" as depicted by writer Greg Pak and artist Paul Pelletier. The issue smashes into stores August 11.
Mark Paniccia and Nate Cosby, the editors behind "Fall of the Hulks," stop in for a rundown of what it takes to keep the event smashing chapter after chapter along with a tease on what the future holds for Betty Ross and company.
Both of this week's "Fall of the Hulks" chapters have garnered positive reviews from CBR's Reviews Staff, with Doug Zawisa looking at "Incredible Hulk" #606 and Timothy Callahan tackling "Hulk" #19.
The incoming artist for "Incredible Hulk" describes the free wheeling feel of his latest gig, explains how he landed on "Hulk" after his "War of Kings" assignment and gives us an exclusive look at "Fall of the Hulks" art.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this coming Thursday including "New Avengers Annual" #3, "S.W.O.R.D." #2, "War Machine" #12, "Invincible Iron Man" #21, & plenty more!
Pipeline Retro returns with a look at Dale Keown's project, "Pitt." It has a confusing story, creative team, and a convoluted publishing history behind it, but Augie is here to sort through it all for you. Maybe. It gets tricky.
From the identity of the Red Hulk to the future of Marvel's Hulk line itself, superstar writer Jeph Loeb details why the "Incredible Hulk" #600 anniversary issue will be a true milestone for the Green Goliath.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exclusive first look at Tim Sale's variant cover of "Incredible Hulk" #600 by Jeph Loeb & Ed McGuinness, on sale July 15.
Despite critical acclaim, the Edward Norton version of Marvel's engine of destruction still pulled in less opening weekend cash than Ang Lee's take. We break down all the relevant issues.
CBR speaks with SEGA's Erica Mason about "The Incredible Hulk" video game. In stores now, the game combines elements from the film and the comics, allowing gamers to play as Red Hulk and other versions.
The final interview in our "Incredible Hulk" hat trick is with the Abomination himself, Tim Roth. Find out why he decided to "go green" as he sits down to talk with CBR News about the Marvel film.
CBR spoke with "The Incredible Hulk" producer Gale Ann Hurd about the Hulk's return to the big screen, why comic books have finally gotten their due in Hollywood and what other Marvel character she'd like to tackle.
Louis Letterier takes a break from the smashing to talk to CBR News about the upcoming "The Incredible Hulk" film, the pressures of fandom and the technology it takes to bring such a character to life.
Edward Norton, Liv Tyler and the stars of "The Incredible Hulk" will lend their voices to the film's video game adaptation, from which we have a gallery of new screenshots.