After last week’s major turning point we get…. a Christmas themed fight with The Rhino?!?!?
No, not a dream, not a hoax, but a flashback issue, which becomes a fitting goodbye for the gray Hulk, as we throw in his brief tenure as a member of the “New” Fantastic Four.
So long, Gray Goliath.
The public library of Northlake, Illinois needs your help to build a nine foot tall Hulk statue.
No, it’s real. They want to change the perception of the library, and expand creativity and graphic novel selection of the library, and they have chosen The Hulk as a symbol of this movement.
Now, you. YES, YOU!!! can help make this a reality, and promote creative thinking and reading skills with this crowdsource movement.
I’ll let the video expand on this a bit:
As you saw, backers will have access to all graphic novels through the library- and there will be a Hulk statue.
Please, consider donating. If The Hulk doesn’t get a statue, he will be angry… you wouldn’t like him when he’s angry.
The link, once again, is http://www.indiegogo.com/project/share/386975.
Remember when The Hulk shilled for Honeycomb cereal?
I didn’t either, but here is a commercial from 1976 showing the Jade giant selling the breakfast treat like a champion:
So, that happened, and now that you have seen it, you should go out and buy some Honeycomb cereal… because it’s the bomb, but also because The Hulk said so.
THE BIG ONE!
The turning point is here, and The Hulk will never be the same- and that isn’t just lip service.
Zaki Hassan, of Zaki’s Corner and the Huffington Post, joins a returning Michael Bailey to cover one of the signature issues in the entire run of Peter David on The Incredible Hulk.
After Bruce Banner’s psyche is torn asunder, Doc Samson ventures into the mind of Bruce Banner to find peace for both the gray Hulk, and the green Hulk- and finally cure Bruce Banner.
But, the results, and the journey, prove to be surprising.