Bruce Banner is the Hulk once again, and far from being left alone, he’s got a whole family of gamma-charged allies at his side.
Son Skaar, daughter Lyra, cousin She-Hulk, friends A-Bomb and Korg, and wife Red She-Hulk or is that Ex-wife?
Meanwhile, a universe away, Hiro-Kala, the mysterious Dark Son of Hulk, rises to power on the planer K’ai. He has a plan for his long lost family members, and it involves a bigger smash than his father has ever made.
Collecting The Incredible Hulks #612-617.
Written by Matthew Rosenberg, We Can Never Go Home is the story of two teenagers, a mixtape, a stolen car, a fully loaded .45, strange abilities, dead drug dealers, and Read more
The Magician was another of my favorite shows back in the day. It ran from 1973-1974. Bill Bixby (the future Incredible Hulk), starred as Tony Blake a millionaire magician who Read more
The original Hulk cartoon debuted in 1966 and then nobody bothered trying to make another until 1982. The series came about after The Hulk and Bruce Banner made an appearance Read more
The Incredible Hulk was a 13 part cartoon series shown as part of the Marvel Superheroes comic anthology show in 1966. It was produced by Grantray-Lawrence Animation, headed by Grant Simmons, Ray Read more
When Marvel’s THE AVENGERS was released in 2012, it was greeted by many with the statement that finally a film had done the character of The Incredible Hulk right. This Read more
Space, the final frontier... and on that frontier and beyond, humans and aliens alike need medical care. Enter Leonard McCoy, Doctor of Space Medicine, late of the U.S.S. Enterprise. This Read more
When the children of Archer's Peak—a sleepy town in the heart of America—begin to go missing, everything seems hopeless. Most children never return, but the ones that do have terrible Read more
Frank Miller's Sin City is revisited in this second volume - A Dame To Kill For where Dwight McCarthy is working as a photographer for a grossly overweight man named Agamemnon. Read more
You may not know the name but the face you will have seen on the big and small screen. For Robert Tessier being a tough guy was not an onscreen act Read more