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By Jim Smith on 13 June 2008 Comments Off

A short movie that nonetheless seems a trifle long ‘The Incredible Hulk’ is utterly, almost desperately, okay.

By Jim Smith on 17 August 2005 Comments Off

The Pulse #10, Spider-Man: House of M, and The Incredible Hulk #83-85.

By Jim Smith on 11 January 2005 Comments Off

This might come as a shock to some of you, but I’ve never read a Peter David ‘Hulk’ comic before. That shouldn’t be taken as an implicit criticism of him or his previous run, by the way, it’s just a fact.

By Mark Clapham on 03 January 2005 Comments Off

As a fluffy holiday diversion, Marvel has published five ‘What If…’ one-shots, exploring alternate histories of familiar characters. The four reviewed here are strangely grim but lightweight, dealing with dark stories in a fluffy and inconsequential wa

By Mark Clapham on 15 August 2004 Comments Off

Hulk #75 finally answers the question of who is the mouth on the monitor screen manipulating events to try and get hold of the Hulk’s blood. The answer will underwhelm you…

By Mark Clapham on 23 November 2003 Comments Off

Ang Lee’s ‘Hulk’ comes to DVD with exactly the same strengths and weaknesses it had on its cinema release

By Mark Clapham on 21 July 2003 Comments Off

First things first – the beast is in good shape. ILM have created a Hulk that is convincing, and an effective amalgam of actor Eric Bana and the comic book character…

By Jim Smith on 21 July 2003 Comments Off

Not since Tim Burton’s ‘Batman Returns’ has there been such a vast gap between the aims of a feature film and its portrayal via merchandise and spin-off products.

By Mark Clapham on 22 February 2003 Comments Off

Here’s a miscellaneous item if ever there was one…

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By Jim Smith on 17 February 2003 Comments Off

HULK SMASH! or rather, ‘Hulk be a bit cryptic, get followed round the mid-west by sinister people and then get some action’. Rivetting stuff, all the same, from author Bruce Jones.

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By Mark Clapham on 21 September 2002 Comments Off

Writer Bruce Jones’ approach to the Hulk goes even further into the horror genre…

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By Jim Smith on 19 May 2002 Comments Off

I’m not what you would call a long-time Hulk fan, but the current run of the monthly book is truly remarkable work.