"Hulk" #3 sells out, reprint announced

Tue, April 29th, 2008 at 9:33am PDT | Updated: May 14th, 2008 at 11:05pm

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CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Second printing variant cover for "Hulk" #3

One of this year’s hottest new series sells-out at Diamond immediately again, as the red-hot Hulk #3 returns with a new printing! The incredible creative team of Eisner-winning, Emmy-nominated writer Jeph Loeb (Ultimates 3, television’s Heroes) and superstar artist Ed McGuinness continue their rampage as the Red Hulk battles A-Bomb and…the Hulk? Hulk #3 Second Printing Variant features the incomparable interior art of Ed McGuinness on a new cover depicting two of Marvel’s greatest powerhouses meeting for the first time!

“Oh. My. Gosh.” Loeb exclaimed, "I'm amazed and so grateful for our continued success -- three issues and three sellouts! Ed and I set out to have fun on this title and clearly the retailers and readers are having a blast too! We know that everyone is spoiling for the Red Hulk vs. Green Hulk match-up and this one sets the stage. So, hang on, true believers, the real smashing is still to come! Thanks to everyone, in particular our amazing team of Dex, Jason and Richard who knock themselves out every issue delivering the goods!”

With every issue of Hulk selling out almost immediately, and multiple printings still red-hot, Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on all issues of this series. Now that Hulk and Red Hulk have met, what’s next? HULKS SMASH!

Please note that copies of Hulk #3 may still be available at the retail level.

HULK #3 SECOND PRINTING VARIANT (MAR088088)

Written by JEPH LOEB

Pencils & Cover by ED MCGUINNESS

Inked by DEXTER VINES

Colored by JASON KEITH

Rated A…$2.99

FOC-5/8/08, On-Sale-5/28/08

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