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    from Indestructible Hulk Special #1

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    "It is wrong to assume that art needs the spectator in order to be. The film runs on without any eyes. The spectator cannot exist without it. It ensures his existence." -- James Douglas Morrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Force League Unlimited View Post
    That Hulk fight is awesome, what comic is it from?



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    Original splash by Dale Keown from HULK #372 after the skin-tearing transformation;


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    Unpublished cover to HULK #369...Keown again.


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    Argh....I can't find another Kewon piece from issue #369...another alternate transformation panel with the Hulk facing towards the reader...
    But I did find an un-used cover by Jeff Purves from issue #359.


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    Quote Originally Posted by McFarlane's Green Hulk View Post
    Argh....I can't find another Kewon piece from issue #369...another alternate transformation panel with the Hulk facing towards the reader...
    But I did find an un-used cover by Jeff Purves from issue #359.

    Wow. Purves had some of the weakest Hulk art ever, but that cover isn't too bad. Maybe it's the inking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by resipsaloquitur View Post
    Wow. Purves had some of the weakest Hulk art ever, but that cover isn't too bad. Maybe it's the inking?
    Yeah, I believe it was Jim Saunders III?

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    THERE IT IS!


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    So what was the final word on Starlin's Savage Hulk after this article? 4 issues and that's it?

    http://www.bleedingcool.com/2014/04/...ies-at-marvel/

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    at least its something. sure, would be nice if it were a longer run. but i'm more puzzled over this supposed embargo on Adam Warlock. that just seems....odd.

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    Name that Hulk from Marvel Age...now name those issues!


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    Original version of HULK #193 by Herb Trimpe.


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    A very Buscema-looking Hulk sketch by Gary Frank.


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    I like Gary Frank's older Hulk work compared to his modern-day stuff. And usually I like very-detailed art.

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