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Watch: Hulk Vs T-Rex By Avengers 2 Animator

Check out a cool sequence featuring the Incredible Hulk taking on T-Rex dinosaurs.

Animator Dhanu Muddikuppam was playing around and posted this on his Vimeo page almost a year ago.

Muddikuppam is now working for Disney’s Industrial Lights & Magic and on Avengers 2.

It’s pretty cool. Hulk smash!

“The Avengers: Age Of Ultron” hits May 1, 2015 directed by Joss Whedon starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Samuel L. Jackson, Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch, Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Quicksilver, Paul Bettany as Vision, with James Spader as Ultron.


When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. As the villainous Ultron emerges, it is up to The Avengers to stop him from enacting his terrible plans, and soon uneasy alliances and unexpected action pave the way for an epic and unique global adventure.

The Avengers 2 Trailer:

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Ant-Man Has An Incredible Hulk Movie & Stan Lee Easter Egg

Filming has just started and already it is learned the Ant-Man movie will contain a Easter Egg for both the Incredible Hulk movie and Stan Lee.

The 2008 Incredible Hulk movie saw Stan Lee drink one of the contaminated green drinks (see below).

Now a set image from Ant-Man shows Paul Rudd walking by a poster with the drinks.


Ant-Man has a July 17, 2015 release directed by Peyton Reed starring Paul Rudd as Scott Lang and Michael Douglas as Dr. Hank Pym.


Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, con-man Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountableobstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.

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Hulk’s Buddy Korg Featured In New Thor 2 Trailer

I recall coming out of Comic-Con the description for the Thor 2 footage included mention that Thor smashed a rock giant to pieces.

Now we all get to see that ourselves in the latest Thor 2 trailer, but comic books fans should recognize that rock giant to be a member of the Stone Men of Saturn aka the Kronans.

Fans of the Incredible Hulk will recognize Korg, a member of the War Bound, from Greg Pak’s stellar run on the series; especially from the Planet Hulk and World War Hulk days.

What’s cool about Korg is that he was inspired by Thor’s origin and was also retconned into an earlier issue of Hulk where he was a part of the stone creatures Thor fought back in a 1963 issue of Journey Into Mystery.

Obviously this might not be “The Korg,” but a close relative nonetheless.

Nice Easter Egg!

Here’s a shot of “Korg” from the Thor 2 trailer:


And one from the comics:


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Cool Spawn #226 “Wolverine Vs. Hulk #340” Homage Cover By Todd McFarlane


When I first started reading and collecting comic books, my brother brought home an issue of the Incredible Hulk from school — and the Hulk was gray!

Blew my mind.

From there I went on to the local comic shop and bought issues of Hulk, Iron Man, Quasar etc.

As I read more on the gray Hulk, this eventually led me to Wolverine, as well as Todd McFarlane, who right around the time was drawing Spider-Man.

I remember coming across Todd McFarlane’s Incredible Hulk #340 cover — and was simply awestruck. Of course back then, it was a pretty hot comic and out of my league, so saving my lunch money each day would have taken a couple months and was out of the question.

Now McFarlane is back drawing Hulk Vs. Wolverine – of sorts –  with the following December cover of Spawn #226, which is a tribute/homage/parody to that classic cover.

We see the Violator as Wolverine with Spawn as the Gray Hulk.

Check it out, Todd tweeted the following. Brings back some good memories.


SPAWN #226

32 PAGES / FC / T+
The RISE of Jason Wynn!
Jason Wynn, Al Simmons’ old mentor and superior, and one of the Spawn universe’s greatest villains, returns to shed light on the dark realities of Jim’s past. But Wynn, ever the puppet master, has motivations beyond simply filling in the blurred gaps in Jim’s memory. What happens when Wynn finds himself to be nothing more than another pawn in the endless war between Heaven and Hell? Witness the early days of Wynn’s rise to power, and the unbridled ambition that made him one of the most powerful men on the planet as “DE-PROGRAMMED” continues with this special two-part chapter entitled, “The Life and Death of Jason Wynn!”

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New Hulk Movie After Avengers 2; Planet Hulk? Kevin Feige Doesn’t Rule It Out


Marvel Studios president and producer Kevin Feige has been making the rounds as of late with the upcoming The Avengers Blu-Ray DVD that gets released on September 25th.

Last time, Kevin Feige mentioned the future plans for Thanos in their upcoming slate of movies, which includes the Guardians of the Galaxy movie and The Avengers 2, something that Cosmic Book News revealed exclusively.

This time, Kevin Feige mentions Marvel’s future plans for the Hulk.

As we saw in The Avengers movie, the Hulk arguably stole the show. The Hulk was thought by a majority to be represented quite well in The Avengers, and sure enough, soon after, movie fans began inquiring about a new Hulk movie; however, it’s been stated on more than one occasion that there are really no plans for another.

Until now.

Speaking with MTV, Kevin Feige says that they wouldn’t be doing anything with the Green Goliath until after The Avengers 2. MTV notes that seeing how Marvel Studios is going in a more cosmic direction, would Greg Pak’s epic Hulk story from the Marvel Comics, “Planet Hulk,” be considered?

“I don’t think there’s a lot that we couldn’t do someday, as the cinematic universe continues to grow and expand and get as big as the comic book universe,” Feige told MTV. ” ‘Planet Hulk’ is a cool story. ‘World War Hulk’ is a cool story.”

“Do I think Hulk can carry a movie and be as entertaining as he was in ‘Avengers’?” Feige continued. “I do believe that. I do believe he absolutely could. We certainly are not even going to attempt that until ‘Avengers 2.’ So there’s a lot of time to think about it.”

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:3238:]]”Planet Hulk” featured the Incredible Hulk being shunned by the members of “Illuminati,” made up of members of both the Avengers as well as X-Men. Hulk was tricked into space where he was exiled to Planet Skaar, a barbarian-like planet ruled by the Red King. There, the Hulk married and had a son, while at the same time having both saved and destroyed the planet. Eventually the Hulk, Green Scar, makes his way back to Earth where he takes his revenge against the Illuminati in “World War Hulk,” featuring – arguably – the most powerful version of the Hulk to date.

Both great stories and two of my favorites.

In 2010, Marvel released an animated version of “Planet Hulk,” which saw the Silver Surfer replaced by Beta Ray Bill. As we all know, Fox Studios owns the movie rights to Fantastic Four and the Silver Surfer, could the animated “Planet Hulk” featuring Beta Ray Bill (will Bill appear in Thor 2?) have been a primer for a “Planet Hulk” movie after The Avengers 2?

The Avengers 2 assembles May 1, 2015 with Iron Man 3 on May 3, 2013, Thor: The Dark World on November 8, 2013, Captain America: Winter Soldier on April 4, 2014, and the Guardians of the Galaxy movie on August 1, 2014.

Head on over to the Cosmic Book News The Avengers Movie Hub for more news, images and trailers.

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Dale Keown Draws An Awesome Maestro in “A Plus X” Featuring Hulk and Wolverine


CBR gets the first look at Dale Keown’s art from A+X #1 that features Wolverine and the Hulk, written by Jeph Loeb. The series features an X-Man and an Avenger team teaming up. The first issue also sees Captain American and Cable by Dan Slott and Ron Garney.

In Dale Keown’s pics below we see the Maestro taking on the Hulk! Old Man Logan is present as well to take on the little whippersnappers!

This brings back the glory years of Peter David and Dale Keown’s Incredible Hulk run from the 90s, probably my all-time favorite Hulk arc. There, we saw the debut of the Maestro with Future Imperfect written by PAD with art by George Perez. The Hulk was recruited to battle his future self who had become an evil despot — and also the last super powered being on Earth! Remember the double page spread with all the heroes’ weapons and artifacts – Rick Jones’ trophy room – how cool was that?

I remember feel uber disappointed when Keown left the book as the very next issue featured Banner Hulk taking on the Juggernaut — something I wanted to see from Dale Keown. However, what we ended with wasn’t at all bad with Gary Frank!

Here’s Keown’s art from A+X #1, head on over to CBR for more.




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Marvel NOW! Incredible Hulk Creative Team Announced: Mark Waid and Leinil Francis Yu

Marvel released another Marvel NOW! teaser this time featuring “Indestructible.” We’ve heard rumors of this team before and now it looks to be confirmed with Mark Waid and Leinil Francis Yu on the new Marvel NOW! Incredible Hulk. (via CBR) [[wysiwyg_imageupload:2451:]]

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Marvel Cancels 9 Titles Including Fantastic Four, FF, Incredible Hulk, New Mutants and more

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:2184:]]Marvel will be cancelling nine titles as of this coming October as Marvel Now! debuts with Rick Remender and John Cassaday’s Uncanny Avengers #1.

And those nine titles are: Captain America, Fantastic Four, FF, Incredible Hulk, Invincible Iron Man, New Mutants, The Mighty Thor, Uncanny X-Men and X-Men Legacy.

It really comes to no surprise for some of these titles as they will obviously be relaunched.

Jonathan Hickman is off both Fantastic Four and FF as of October and moving on to the Avengers books. I believe it was stated that Matt Fraction is taking on the Marvel Now! Fantastic Four.

Ed Brubaker is leaving Captain America, which will certainly see a reboot.

Incredible Hulk was just relaunched less than a year ago or so with Jason Aaron onboard. Will we see another relaunch sometime in 2013? Probably.

We see DnA’s New Mutants is getting cancelled. With it looking like Marvel Cosmic is getting taken over by Jeph Loeb and Brian Michael Bendis, Marvel Cosmic fans are certainly hoping DnA are involved in some capacity. I know I am.

Fraction was on both Thor and Iron Man, two titles that will most likely be relaunched as well.

And we know Bendis is taking on the All-New X-Men.

Expect to hear more from this week’s San Diego Comic Con.

(Via CBR)

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Review: Incredible Hulk #9

I have always loved the Hulk and his conflict with Bruce Banner – in all its diverse and sometimes crazy interpretations. But the Hulk having to remain mad rather than calming down or sacrificing himself to an insane Banner is wild, and scribe Jason Aaron deserves kudos for it.

It certainly is of a different ilk to keep the green goliath mad, but in today’s world of constant disaster how difficult can that be? Well, Aaron is showing us, and in some of the most inconceivable places in the Marvel U.

This time around the Hulk is near one of the most isolated spots of Namor’s Atlantis and struggling with worries even Banner may not be able to comprehend, all the time trying to stay angry.

The treat of the issue is of course the art of Pasqual Ferry as Big Green faces a gigantic squid monster! Now these type of battles are why I buy books like this, just for the fun. It would be nice if we could settle on one artist, though, guys? Ferry would be fine by me.

All in all, not a bad issue as Aaron’s new slant on the Hulk continues. But my heart will always want something akin to John Byrne’s “Hulk Smash!” run on the book. Little else satisfies so much. 

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Fantastic Four Gets Ryan Stegman As New Artist — And The Maestro!

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:1404:]]The C2E2 Chicago Comic Con is happening this weekend and just posted a blurb that Ryan Stegman (Scarlet Spider) will be on Fantastic Four #609 as the new artist.

In addition, the Fantastic Four are headed to clash with The Maestro!

It’s clobberin’ time!

We’ll update when more becomes available.

Update: It’s not the Future Imperfect Maestro (but that would have been cool!), it’s the Nu-World son of Banner from Millar and Hitch’s run.

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Trailer For Lou Ferrigno’s Action-Packed Short Film “Liberator” Now Online

Press Release




Los Angeles, CA February 17, 2012—The trailer for LIBERATOR a new 20-minute action-packed short film/presentation pilot starring Lou Ferrigno (“The Incredible Hulk”) from Coverage Ink Productions has hit the web by storm today. LIBERATOR stars Ferrigno as a disgraced, washed-up ex-superhero whose secret black ops past comes back to haunt him as he tries to put his life back together. Like the LIBERATOR character, Ferrigno is also making strides, he stars in NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice which premieres this Sunday February 18, 9pm/8pm Central. Ferrigno is also voicing The Hulk in Marvel’s “The Avengers” which hits theatres May 4.
LIBERATOR features an all-star cast including: Peta Wilson (“La Femme Nikita”) as CIA spook Marla Criswell, Michael Dorn (“Star Trek: The Next Generation”) as Augustus General Pollard, Don “The Dragon” Wilson as Sidewinder, Tara Cardinal as Gaia, Darwin Harris as Duke, and the legendary Edward Asner (“Up”) as President Whitlock.
Jim Cirile is the film’s co-writer and Executive Producer. Aaron Pople is co-writer and Director. Former Marvel Comics bullpen artist Darren Auck created the film’s comic art prologue and graphic novel artist Gerry Kissell (“Code Word: Geronimo”) illustrated the film’s closing sequence. SyFy Channel’s “Hollywood Treasure” co-host Jesse D’Angelo designed the Liberator suit. The film features an original orchestral score by Tim Wynn, perhaps best known for scoring the hit video game “Red Faction: Guerrilla.”
LIBERATOR is the launch of a new superhero character and storyline, which the producers plan on selling the project as a series and or a feature film. The LIBERATOR producers will be announcing the exclusive world premiere plans for the project in the coming weeks.
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The Avengers (2012): Ruffalo vs. Norton Vs. Bana Hulks! Which is better?

With the latest The Avengers trailer finally giving us a good look at Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk, how about pitting each of the green goliath’s against one another?

Which do you like better?!

Obviously with the previous two Hulk movies being almost 4 and 10 years behind The Avengers, there is going to be some quality differences due to advancement in technology.

However, I’m still kinda digging the Eric Bana version over Ed Norton’s.

Two Hulk pics from The Avengers:



Two pics from The Incredible Hulk from starring Ed Norton (2008):



Two pics from Eric Bana’s Hulk (2003):



And I’m still waiting on this one!

incredible dale keown

(Avengers Hulk images via Geek Tyrant)

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Marvel Announces Greg Pak on Doctor Strange Season One

Three new Marvel Comics Season One titles have been announced including Ant-Man: Season One by Tom DeFalco and Horacio Domingues, on-sale in July 2012, and  Hulk: Season One by Fred Van Lente and Tom Fowler, on-sale in August 2012.

While I really haven’t been looking forward to any of the previously announced stand alone “modern retellings,” the above two as well as the following Season One title does hold my interest!

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Advanced Review: The Incredible Hulk #1 (Aaron & Silvestri)

A monster than can never be left alone. A monster that is always hunted, always hounded. A monster that is misunderstood. A monster that is out of his mind! And it’s Bruce Banner! Jason Aaron and Marc Silvestri have bestowed upon us an incredible first issue! The Incredible Hulk #1 is everything you come to …

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NYCC 2011: Marvel Comics Panel and Schedule Info

Below you will find the “unofficial” scheduling info for the various Marvel-related panels at the New York Comic Con. Note: This is grabbed from the NYCC website, and may or may not be accurate. Marvel usually sends out the exact info for their panels and signing, and I’ll update once that becomes available. UPDATE: Marvel …

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