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Ron Marz writes about the unexpected passing of his friend and longtime Marvel artist Herb Trimpe, and makes a plea for comics to do a better job of honoring its elders.
Herb Trimpe, an era-defining artist of "The Incredible Hulk" who illustrated the first appearance of Wolverine, has passed away at age 75.
As the formerly unkillable X-Man faces his demise, creators from Herb Trimpe to Charles Soule discuss Wolverine's legacy in Baltimore.
Long thought lost, the art from 1974's "Incredible Hulk "#180 featuring the debut of Wolverine will be auctioned to benefit The Hero Initiative.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Dinosaurs Attack!" #1 by Gary Gerani & Herb Trimpe, with paintings by Earl Norem. Prehistoric animals threaten the existence of mankind July 17.
Writer Gary Gerani discusses IDW Publishing's July revival of his never-finished 1988 Eclipse series "Dinosaurs Attack!," based off the '80s Topps trading card set of the same name.
IDW has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Larry Hama's "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" #171, featuring a variant cover by Hama's original Joe artist, Herb Trimpe.
Courtesy of IDW, CBR has an exclusive first look at "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero" #164 by Larry Hama and SL Gallant. Featuring covers by Herb Trimpe and Rod Whigham, the issue hits stores March 16.
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.
"Savage Dragon" creator Erik Larsen talked to CBR about "Dragon War," the upcoming arc that sees Chicago's finest going fin-to-fin with an army of genetically engineered Dragons, and Larsen's not telling who - if anyone - survives.
Tim recalls his first convention experience as a young lad, and then braves the wilds of Albany, New York as a slightly weathered Con Pro to host a panel featuring comic book legends Herb Trimpe and Fred Hembeck.
Guest-writing this latest edition of POP! is veteran comics artist Tom McWeeney, who makes a case for why Herb Trimpe is the definitive Hulk artist, with a close examination of the illustrator's work on Marvel's Green Goliath.