Rulk rampage continues: "Hulk" #9 sells out

Mon, January 12th, 2009 at 9:29am PST

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Official Press Release

Marvel is pleased to announce that Hulk #9 has sold out at Diamond, shattering the previous Hulk sell out record set by…Hulk #8! That’s right True Believers, every issue and every printing of the gamma charged series by Eisner-winning, Emmy-winning, chart-topping, superstar scribe Jeph Loeb has sold out at Diamond and the series shows no signs of slowing down. Who is the Red Hulk, AKA Rulk? What is his—or her—connection to the green Hulk? One thing’s for sure—the hottest new series of 2008 is going to get even hotter in 2009!

“This has been the greatest ride ever,” said Loeb. “Having Arthur Adams and Frank Cho join us for those three issues (and for some surprises to come!) was not only a great pleasure, but it kept the HULK right on top! Be sure to come back next issue when Ed ‘Ed’ McGuinness returns!”

Augie De Blieck Jr, of ComicBookResources.com. gushes, “[Hulk is] just what I need these days…Hulk is a mystery, at its heart, but one dressed up in a high-octane action movie that plays to its artists' strengths, and gives us all sorts of new and crazy scenes…Sit back, and enjoy. [Hulk] is lots of fun.”

Now, prepare for a titanic tussle that only the acclaimed team of Loeb and superstar artist Ed McGuinness could bring you—Hulk & The Defenders (NAMOR! SILVER SURFER! DOC STRANGE!) versus Rulk & The Offenders (TIGER SHARK! TERRAX! BARON MORDO!) in Hulk #10!

HULK #10 (DEC082373)
HULK #10 ADAMS VARIANT COVER (NOV088086)
Written by JEPH LOEB
Pencils & 50/50 Covers by ED MCGUINNESS
Variant Cover by ART ADAMS
Rated A …$3.99
FOC—2/5/09, On-Sale—2/25/09

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TAGS:  marvel, hulk, rulk, jeph loeb, ed mcguinness

 
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