Essential Incredible Hulk, Vol. 5

Essential Incredible Hulk Vol The Abomination the Glob the Juggernaut the Rhino the Wendigo Xemnu the Titan and no enemy s too big and monstrous for the Hulk But is even the strongest one there is a match for the one who s t

  • Title: Essential Incredible Hulk, Vol. 5
  • Author: Steve Englehart Roy Thomas Len Wein Herb Trimpe Chris Claremont Gerry Conway Tony Isabella Marie Severin
  • ISBN: 9780785130659
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Abomination, the Glob, the Juggernaut, the Rhino, the Wendigo, Xemnu the Titan, and no enemy s too big and monstrous for the Hulk But is even the strongest one there is a match for the one who s the best there is at what he does Wolverine s first appearance and first fight with the Hulk reprinted here Plus triple gamma action, international intrigue, poetryThe Abomination, the Glob, the Juggernaut, the Rhino, the Wendigo, Xemnu the Titan, and no enemy s too big and monstrous for the Hulk But is even the strongest one there is a match for the one who s the best there is at what he does Wolverine s first appearance and first fight with the Hulk reprinted here Plus triple gamma action, international intrigue, poetry, and the first death of Adam Warlock Guest starring the X Men, the Inhumans, and S.H.I.E.L.D Collects Incredible Hulk 171 200 and Annual 5.

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    1. Steve Englehart Roy Thomas Len Wein Herb Trimpe Chris Claremont Gerry Conway Tony Isabella Marie Severin

      Steve Englehart went to Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut After a stint in the Army, he moved to New York and began to write for Marvel Comics That led to long runs on Captain America, The Hulk, The Avengers, Dr Strange, and a dozen other titles Midway through that period he moved to California where he remains , and met and married his wife Terry.He was finally hired away from Marvel by DC Comics, to be their lead writer and revamp their core characters Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Green Lantern He did, but he also wrote a solo Batman series immediately dubbed the definitive version that later became Warner Brothers first Batman film the good one.After that he left comics for a time, traveled in Europe for a year, wrote a novel The Point Man , and came back to design video games for Atari E.T Garfield But he still liked comics, so he created Coyote , which within its first year was rated one of America s ten best series Other projects he owned Scorpio Rose , The Djinn were mixed with company series Green Lantern with Joe Staton , Silver Surfer, Fantastic Four Meanwhile, he continued his game design for Activision, Electronic Arts, Sega, and Br derbund.And once he and Terry had their two sons, Alex and Eric, he naturally told them stories Rustle s Christmas Adventure was first devised for them He went on to add a run of mid grade books to his bibliography, including the DNAgers adventure series, and Countdown to Flight, a biography of the Wright brothers selected by NASA as the basis for their school curriculum on the invention of the airplane.In 1992 Steve was asked to co create a comics pantheon called the Ultraverse One of his contributions, The Night Man, became not only a successful comics series, but also a television show That led to Hollywood work, including animated series such as Street Fighter, GI Joe, and Team Atlantis for Disney.

    309 thoughts on “Essential Incredible Hulk, Vol. 5”

    1. Len Wein comes on board, and while I don't love the book yet, he made it readable. By staying for more than just a handful of issues, he's really able to give the book a direction it lacked before, and although he's stuck with some of the lesser lights in Marvel's 1970s stable of artists, he's raised the quality on this title for sure.


    2. This is the best approach to the storytelling methodology that Hulk forces on writers and artists. The Hulk is close to invincible, and his poor memory and occasional ability become a rational scientist lead to him having a haphazard nomadic ability, leaving places he can't remember coming to very well, jumping miles into the air at a whim.Len Wein, known to me as someone who wrote a lot of different 70's Marvel magazines (including starting the X-Men reboot of the 70's and then handing it off t [...]


    3. Took me a while to get into the vintage style of storytelling, and not just the dense wordiness of it (compared to the low-word count and big splash-panel approach of so many modern comics, that seem to be over in a matter of minutes). We are, after all, in the territory of new crazy villains being created every issue, and whilst this collection houses some gems (first ever appearance of Wolverine, anyone?), there's a lot of, to he frank, nonsense as well (Hammer and Anvil, anyone?).But, over ti [...]


    4. This is the beginning of the really good Hulk stories. Herb Trimpe really started to capture the power of the Hulk and draws awesome military stuff, with just a touch of Jack Kirby but not too much to make it seem unbelievable. The best part is Len Wein really understood the power of what Hulk story could do. He is the one who set up the really strange and awesome tension of the Betty Ross, Glenn Talbot, Banner/Hulk triangle. And when I hit the beginning of the Sal Buscema artI at last realize h [...]


    5. Hulk is getting better and and better. I wish that when he was portrayed by actors, they played him as a simple but not stupid; he's forgetful, but he's also able to learn and remember and show a softness. Also, in this series Hulk fights Groot, and Groot can say more than "I am Groot!"



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