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    Default Bruce Banner: The Hulk Appreciation 2020

    New year, new thread, new terrors courtesy of Al Ewing.



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    New thread! Canít wait, feels like this could be a great year for Hulk. Hereís to hoping this decade treats him better than the last one.

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    Starting off 2020 with a new Mac screen...and one of my favorite Sal Buscema pages, used for a variant on Immortal Hulk #1.

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    Piggy-backing off the Mac screen problem I had a few weeks ago, my review of Hulk Annual #11 went belly-up too.
    It was such a chore getting thru that book that I'm just gonna link it to another review and call it good.



    Incredible Hulk Annual #11
    “The Day the Earth Turned Green!”


    Cover Date: October 1982
    Sale Date: June 22nd, 1982
    Writer: Bill Mantlo
    Artist: Rich Buckler
    Inker: Joe Sinnott
    Letterer: Jim Novak
    Colorist: Bob Sharen
    Editor: Al Milgrom


    Guest Stars/Supporting Cast: The Avengers, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Dr. Strange, and Dr. Rikky Keegan
    Villain: The Leader
    Synopsis: https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Incre...nnual_Vol_1_11
    Commentary: Interesting issue. While not bad, it's just one of those things that grind on me. I have a select few of good Hulk annuals, and this, sadly, isn't one of them. Shame that I can't remember my comments from the original review, but I liked the art team here. Buckler was a good artist, and we don't have look at pages full of Kirby swipes in this book.

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    Tarot was ok, seems like it could be a fun read from what we've seen so far.

    Also it seems we are getting ANOTHER Hulk vs Thor showdown... seriously how many times have those 2 fought each other...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intothevoid View Post
    Tarot was ok, seems like it could be a fun read from what we've seen so far.

    Also it seems we are getting ANOTHER Hulk vs Thor showdown... seriously how many times have those 2 fought each other...
    I thought it was a pretty decent as a throw-back story. Def a trade-wait, though

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlatinumThorns View Post
    I thought it was a pretty decent as a throw-back story. Def a trade-wait, though
    Yea, this takes place some time in the past, could be a fun time but nothing really important much or relevant at all to the current Hulk.

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    I entered comic sections after a few days of absence and am surprised to see appreciation threads locked. Why are these an annual thing now?


    Quote Originally Posted by McFarlane's Green Hulk View Post
    Piggy-backing off the Mac screen problem I had a few weeks ago, my review of Hulk Annual #11 went belly-up too.
    It was such a chore getting thru that book that I'm just gonna link it to another review and call it good.



    Incredible Hulk Annual #11
    “The Day the Earth Turned Green!”


    Cover Date: October 1982
    Sale Date: June 22nd, 1982
    Writer: Bill Mantlo
    Artist: Rich Buckler
    Inker: Joe Sinnott
    Letterer: Jim Novak
    Colorist: Bob Sharen
    Editor: Al Milgrom


    Guest Stars/Supporting Cast: The Avengers, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Dr. Strange, and Dr. Rikky Keegan
    Villain: The Leader
    Synopsis: https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Incre...nnual_Vol_1_11
    Commentary: Interesting issue. While not bad, it's just one of those things that grind on me. I have a select few of good Hulk annuals, and this, sadly, isn't one of them. Shame that I can't remember my comments from the original review, but I liked the art team here. Buckler was a good artist, and we don't have look at pages full of Kirby swipes in this book.
    This looks like a fun book I missed.
    I miss poor Bill Mantlo, anytime I see his name I remember that he wanted to be a lawyer up until a certain point 30 years ago.
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    Happy New Year to the Strongest One There Is .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Force League Unlimited View Post
    I entered comic sections after a few days of absence and am surprised to see appreciation threads locked. Why are these an annual thing now?



    This looks like a fun book I missed.
    I miss poor Bill Mantlo, anytime I see his name I remember that he wanted to be a lawyer up until a certain point 30 years ago.
    A while back the forums slowed to a crawl and basically became unusable. It was decided that locking the Appreciation threads and making them annual would take a load off the servers, so now they’re yearly.

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    Immortal Hulk again among the best of the best!

    The Best Comics of 2019

    The Immortal Hulk by Al Ewing, Joe Bennett, et al (Marvel Entertainment)

    As stated above, itís been a strange year for superhero comics as a whole, but hardly a bad one, especially as Ewing and Bennettís creepy body horror take on Marvelís iconic strongman continued ó and continued to get darker and more disturbing as it grew larger in scope. Even after the initial storyline concluded, the series reinvented itself as the year closed, promising that 2020 will see a Hulk (and a Bruce Banner, more importantly) at war with the way the world works, with the reader not entirely sure that heís wrong. It's miles away from the cuddly version of the character as seen in Avengers: Endgame, and all the better for it.

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/he...s-2019-1265254

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    And just look at that art!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal Hulk View Post
    And just look at that art!

    Damn, this looks noice! can't wait to see the art physically

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    Cover for #34

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    Enter the thoughtful man.

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    Beautiful, in the creepiest way possible.

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