With Marvel Studios releasing a little bit of footage for the upcoming What If? series on Disney+, I wanted to draw attention to the original series that started it all. Well, there were "imaginary stories" from DC Comics in the Silver Age, but this was the first time that Marvel crafted a series around the concept of alternate earths. We highlighted a cover gallery some time back, but this time I thought we'd go a little more in depth on why these stories matter. Essentially, these are mini-reviews of old comics. I'll acknowledge that, but feel like most of these individual issues may not get a proper review.
Oh wow, its been a crazy few weeks and Mezco has added to the madness with three new releases; Popeye, Hulk and Iron Man! Popeye is working his way as the top release for 2018 and many fans are loving him! This one came out fantastic! Our Friend Nick will have a review up this
SDCC is upon us and up first is a special sneak preview of some of the offerings from Mezco! One 12 Collective is hot right now and Mezco is continuing to bring fans some amazing figures. We have a Catwoman coming along with Batman Beyond, Thor Ragnarok plus “Planet” Hulk (we all know he’s based
Hasbro has released new official images of upcoming Marvel Legends 12 inch figure images of Hulk and Thor. These look sharp and I can only imagine what else Hasbro has planned for 2017. Next week should answer some of those questions.
NECA has released some new images for their Quarter Scale AOU Hulk. Look for this monster to ship this June. Check out the images below! Also look for more images of Hulk from Toy Fair.
Marvel Minimates wave 64 will hit comic shops this Wednesday, but in the meantime, DST posted the control art for every figure in this wave on their Facebook page. Check out the pics after the jump!
Through an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Marvel Editor-In-Chief Axel Alonso revealed the identity of the main character in Totally Awesome Hulk will be the one character almost everyone speculated it would be. Amadeus Cho, a popular supporting character will become a new Hulk, and if a new Hulk wasn't enough of an impact, there's a cultural significance. Amadeus Cho, a Korean-American character will be written and drawn by Korean-American creators, Greg Pak and Frank Cho.
Doc Samson came about as our Needless Character Analysis due to his first appearance showing up one of my Facebook groups. Immediately, a few of my favorite appearances of the character came to mind. Before I get into that, let's look a little of the history of Marvel's resident psychiatrist.
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Put under a potent enchantment Bruce Banner becomes what he fears most – An uncontrollable, Rampaging Hulk lashing out at all those around him. Can the mechanical might of the Hulkbuster suppress Hulk’s fury before he demolishes everything around him?
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="200"] Photo by Luigi Novi[/caption] Herb Trimpe known for his work in the 1970s on The Incredible Hulk and in the 1980s on G.I. Joe Special Missions and Transformers, has passed away at the age of 75. Trimpe was a Marvel quota artists, which meant his work was seen almost constantly in the 1970s and 1980s. Following Marvel's bankruptcy, Trimpe was one of many artists that went and reinvented themselves, with Trimpe getting his degree and teaching at Eldred Central School in Sullivan County, New York (source), before returning to work in comics in the late 2000's