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Curtis H says
November 21, 2016 at 9:33 pm
This is really helpful. Thanks for posting it!
November 21, 2016 at 11:01 pm
I’m glad it answers some questions for you, Curtis! Never hesitate to drop me a line if you have any questions.
November 27, 2016 at 10:06 am
This is really great.
I’m keen on reading some Red Hulk stuff.
Seen this on Amazon U.K.
Would this be the right run?
Thanks for putting so much effort in
December 3, 2016 at 10:25 pm
Nate: Yep, that’s the first time Red Hulk pops up. You can see that collection on this page, and I checked the ISBN to be sure it’s the same one: 978-0785185390
Pip Starr says
January 27, 2017 at 9:57 pm
I’m looking for a particular Hulk comic that would’ve come out in the late 70s/early 80s–hard to pin down the exact year, but I got it around 1980/1981, when I was 9, and had it for a few years until it was lost or stolen. It was a large-format one-off in which the Hulk traveled to a Tolkien-esque ‘high fantasy’ realm. I loved it so much, but it eventually disappeared. I have a feeling it was stolen, but I don’t know by who. The background on the cover was white, and the art featured on the cover consisted of a series of little tableaux from the comic, as I recall. I can’t remember the exact title, and my searches have turned up nothing. It seems to be incredibly rare, which only makes me more angry when I think about it being stolen. For some reason I feel like Gene Colan worked on it, but that may be wrong. Again, searches have turned up nothing. I would love to get another copy, or at least confirm that it existed. It’s driving me nuts! Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Dominique Pelletier says
April 20, 2019 at 9:37 pm
I’ve been haunted by back issue searching conundrums like this all through my life!
I solved some of them… Through luck, mostly!
So i think i know how you feel.
I just spotted this site showing every cover from every Hulk appearance ever!
So, i guess if you adjust your zoom feature a little bit and patiently browse through all the covers, you might get lucky!
October 3, 2017 at 1:01 pm
Hi – great work here. I recently read Planet Hulk collection and the World War Hulk collection with my son. Following that continuity, which collections would you recommend we read next? Thanks for great stuff here.
Scrub Jenkins says
March 22, 2018 at 4:09 am
If you’re wanting to follow Greg Pak’s work on Hulk, next up for you would be Skaar: Son of Hulk, which takes place on Sakaar and is getting a nice Complete Collection this July, or his World War Hulk follow-up miniseries, World War Hulk Aftersmash: Warbound. After that, he takes over the main Incredible Hulk series; if you’re looking at the contents menu at the top of the page, this run can be found by clicking on the “Vol. 1, again, and Incredible Hulks (2009 – 2011)” button. He left for other projects after that, but he came back in 2015 to write a series about Amadeus Cho taking over as a more optimistic, under-control version of the Hulk. In the menu, that’s under “All-New, All-Different Marvel Now: The Totally Awesome Hulk (2015 – Present)”. Happy reading!
Osmar Vasch says
July 28, 2018 at 11:52 pm
I have a question.
Jeph Loeb and Ed Mcguiness Hulk
Oversized HC and extra length paper back complete collections, are the same stories but it’s just two different formats??
Thanks a lot
February 2, 2019 at 7:34 am
Startling Stories: Banner happens on an alternate earth so it’s not in continuity.
Jamie B says
January 23, 2020 at 5:15 am
Hulk: Destruction actually occurs on Earth-5901
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