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  • Issue #45
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 45

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    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #46
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 46

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    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #47
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 47

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    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

    NOTE: Title changes to Incredible Hulk Weekly #47-58.

  • Issue #48
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 48

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #49
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 49

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #50
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 50

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #51
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 51

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #52
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 52

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #53
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 53

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #54
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 54

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #55
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 55

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #56
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 56

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #57
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 57

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #58
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 58

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

    NOTE: Last issue titled Incredible Hulk Weekly .

  • Issue #59
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 59

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

    NOTE: Title changes to Incredible Hulk.

  • Issue #60
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 60

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #61
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 61

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #62
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 62

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #63
    Hulk Comic (1979-1980 Marvel UK) Hulk Weekly 63

    This title lasted 63 issues before merging with Marvel UK's Spider-Man title. Like many titles published by the company under Dez Skinn, Hulk Comic featured new material produced by British creators such as Steve Dillon, David Lloyd and Steve Parkhouse, along with a smattering of American reprints drawn from the Lee/Kirby Marvel back-catalogue. Once Skinn was replaced by Paul Neary, however, the title's original output dwindled, being supplanted by an increasing number of reprints. The title included new Hulk material drawn by Dave (Watchmen) Gibbons and Steve (Preacher) Dillon. This material was significant in that it portrayed the illiterate, wandering Hulk of the 1970s television series. Once the title began featuring American reprints, it chose to display the Marvel Universe Hulk as depicted by Sal Buscema. Hulk Weekly is best remembered for reviving Captain Britain, which had previously been US-originated material. Other original work included Nick Fury also drawn by Steve Dillon and a new Black Knight strip which also featured Captain Britain. These original stories were mostly restricted to the first 20 issues of the title, before tailing off to make way for U.S. reprints, with the Black Knight strip running through most further issues until the title's cancellation. Nevertheless, Hulk Comic is particularly significant for launching the character of Night Raven by Steve Parkhouse and David Lloyd. Night Raven is one of several Marvel UK characters to eventually made the jump to the mainstream (US) Marvel Universe.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Destruction (2005) 1
    Published Sep 2005 by Marvel.

    Written by PETER DAVID Penciled by JIM MUNIZ Cover by TREVOR HAIRSINE The new, definitive origin of the Abomination is revealed, serving as a backdrop against Emil Blonsky's unwilling return to Mother Russia. When you're a Russian government official who dreams of restoring his country to the status of superpower, who else would you turn to but a Russian with genuine superpower. Unfortunately for the Abomination, where he goes, Bruce Banner tends to follow....and the long and bizarre course of their history together begins to unfold. 32 PGS./Parental Advisory ...$2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk Destruction (2005) 2
    Published Oct 2005 by Marvel.

    Written by PETER DAVID Pencils & Cover by JIM MUNIZ. Bruce Banner is up against the rampaging fury of one of his greatest foes, The Abomination! But what secrets from demented genius Emil Blonsky's terrible transformation threaten to destroy the Incredible Hulk? And who else is after them? 32 PGS./PARENTAL ADVISORY ...$2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Hulk Destruction (2005) 3
    Published Nov 2005 by Marvel.

    Written by Peter David Pencils & Cover by Jim muniz. A ghost from the past promises a cure for Banner and Blonsky-but what are the deadly consequences of getting their greatest wish? Plus, more secrets are revealed about the Abomination's past with the Division -- and Doc Samson's race to finish the Neutralizer has some destructive consequences on the city. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #4
    Hulk Destruction (2005) 4
    Published Dec 2005 by Marvel.

    Written by PETER DAVID Pencils and Cover by JIM MUNIZ Secrets revealed! Allies betrayed! Buildings destroyed! It's the final chapter in the story that redefines Hulk's most abominable and deadly foe! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Dogs of War HC (2019 Marvel) 1-1ST Hulk Dogs of War HC (2019 Marvel) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Incredible Hulk (1999-2008 2nd Series) #12-33, Incredible Hulk (1999-2008 2nd Series) Annual #2000-2001, Sentry/Hulk (2001), Hulk (1999) Wizard 1/2, Hulk Smash (2001 1st Series) #1-2 and Startling Stories Banner (2001) #1-4.

    Written by Paul Jenkins, Fabian Nicieza, Christopher Priest, Erik Larsen, Garth Ennis, and Brian Azzarello. Art by Ron Garney, Mike McKone, Sal Buscema, Kyle Hotz, Eric Powell, Tom Palmer, Sean McKeever, Joe Bennett, Jon Bogdanove, Mark Texiera, Jorge Lucas, James Kochalka, Bill Sienkiewicz, John McCrea, John Romita, Jr., and Richard Corben. Cover by John Romita, Jr.

    Paul Jenkins, one of the most cerebral writers in comics, gets deep into the head of Bruce Banner - and finds the monster within! But you've never seen a Hulk more hellish than the one dwelling deep inside the grief-stricken and guilt-ridden Banner. Afflicted and unbalanced, the Hulk is hounded worse than ever before when General Ryker lets slip his gamma-powered Dogs of War - their bite is every bit as bad as their bark! The Hulk's tortured soul is pushed even further toward its limits when a person dearest to him is killed by one of his oldest and deadliest foes!

    Plus: Hulk smashes in startling stories from Garth Ennis, Brian Azzarello and more incredible creators!

    Hardcover, 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 832 pages, full color.

    Cover price $100.00.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Fall of the Hulks - The Savage She-Hulks TPB (2010 Marvel) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. Collects Savage She-Hulks (2010 Marvel) #1-3 and material from INCREDIBLE HULK #600-605. Written by JEFF PARKER and FRED VAN LENTE. Art by SALVA ESPIN and MICHAEL RYAN. Cover by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL. She's left her apocalyptic world for this one. Her mother was a heroine, her father a rampaging HULK. What path is the Savage She-Hulk called Lyra on, and why has it led her to add her might to the Wizard's Frightful Four? See how some of the toughest women in the Marvel Universe tip the balance of power in the Fall of the Hulks with this exciting story by Jeff Parker (AGENTS OF ATLAS, FALL OF THE HULKS ALPHA) and Salva Espin (INCREDIBLE HERCULES)! Softcover, 136 pages, full color. Cover price $14.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Fall of the Hulks Prelude TPB (2010 Marvel) 1-1ST

    1st printing. Collects Hulk (2008 Marvel) #2 and 16, Skaar: Son of Hulk (2008) #1, Hulk: Raging Thunder (2008), Planet Skaar: Prologue (2009), All New Savage She-Hulk (2009 Marvel) #4 and material from Amazing Fantasy (2004-2006) #15, Hulk (2008 Marvel) #9 and Incredible Hulk (1999-2008 2nd Series) #600-601. Written by JEPH LOEB, GREG PAK, JEFF PARKER and FRED VAN LENTE. Art by ED MCGUINNESS, RON GARNEY, MITCH BREITWEISER, DAN PANOSIAN, MICHAEL RYAN and PETER VALE. Cover by ED MCGUINNESS. Get caught up on the latest happenings in the Hulk family before it all comes together in FALL OF THE HULKS! See Red Hulk do battle with Iron Man. Revisit the violent origin of Skaar, the savage Son of Hulk, and watch what happens when he finally visits Earth. And learn all about the All-New Savage She-Hulk and the role she may or may not play in the upcoming apocalypse. Plus, Thundra versus Hulk! The countdown to the biggest Hulk event ever begins here! Softcover, 232 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Family (2008) 1
    Published Feb 2009 by Marvel.

    Written by GREG PAK, PAUL TOBIN, FRED VAN LENTE, & TBD. Penciled by JHEREMY RAAPACK, BENTON JEW, JONBOY MEYERS, & SCOTT CLARK. Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC. When Bruce Banner was caught in the blast of an experimental Gamma Bomb, the radiation did not just spawn the incredible beast we know as the Hulk! No indeed, for from that moment grew an entire Hulk Family! From Bruce's cousin She-Hulk to those who've inherited his irradiated genes, Hulk's family tree is looking a little more green all the time. Featuring: the Senstational She-Hulk! Skaar, Son of Hulk! The Daughter of Hulk and Thundra! And the Spectacular Scorpion, who suspects that she, too, might be part of the fam'. Four incredible stories, four tales of Gamma-fueled action, all in one great one-shot! Be there! 104 PGS./Rated A Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #SIGNEDSET
    Hulk Future Imperfect (1992) SIGNEDSET
    Published Feb 1993 by Marvel.

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    Hulk Future Imperfect Heroes Aren't Hard to Find Signed Set. Limited to 1,200 sets. Includes issues 1 and 2 and certificate of authentication. Both issues are signed by writer Peter David, artist George Perez, and colorist Tom Smith. Future Imperfect: Part 1 of 2 - Written by Peter David. Art and Cover by George Perez. This two-issue bookshelf comic features an embossed cover! The green behemoth is whisked away to an alternate timeline where he's the only protection against the Maestro, his alternate future persona! First appearance of the Maestro. Also featuring Rick Jones and Janis (Rick Jones' great granddaughter). Softcover, 48 pages, full color. Future Imperfect: Part 2 of 2 - Written by Peter David. Art and Cover by George Perez. Featuring an embossed cover! The Maestro conquers the Hulk and holds him prisoner! Will dreams of power seduce the Hulk into ruling Dystopia alongside his captor? Also featuring Rick Jones and Janis (Rick Jones' great granddaughter). Softcover, 48 pages, full color.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Future Imperfect (1992) 1
    • Fingerprints.

    Future Imperfect: Part 1 of 2 - Written by Peter David. Art and Cover by George Perez. This two-issue bookshelf comic features an embossed cover! The green behemoth is whisked away to an alternate timeline where he's the only protection against the Maestro, his alternate future persona! First appearance of the Maestro. Also featuring Rick Jones and Janis (Rick Jones' great granddaughter). Softcover, 48 pages, full color. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk Future Imperfect (1992) 2
    • Signed by artist George Perez with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    Future Imperfect: Part 2 of 2 - Written by Peter David. Art and Cover by George Perez. Featuring an embossed cover! The Maestro conquers the Hulk and holds him prisoner! Will dreams of power seduce the Hulk into ruling Dystopia alongside his captor? Also featuring Rick Jones and Janis (Rick Jones' great granddaughter). Softcover, 48 pages, full color. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Gamma Games (2004) 1
    Published Feb 2004 by Marvel.

    The three-part mini-series based on Universal Interactive's hot videogame of the smash Hulk film finishes here, as Betty Ross discovers a possible cure for Bruce Banner, who has another big, green problem to deal with: the Leader! Scheduled to ship 02/25/04. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk Gamma Games (2004) 2
    Published Mar 2004 by Marvel.

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    The three-part mini-series based on Universal Interactive's hot videogame of the smash Hulk film finishes here, as Betty Ross discovers a possible cure for Bruce Banner, who has another big, green problem to deal with: the Leader! Scheduled to ship 02/25/04. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #3
    Hulk Gamma Games (2004) 3
    Published Apr 2004 by Marvel.

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    The three-part mini-series based on Universal Interactive's hot videogame of the smash Hulk film finishes here, as Betty Ross discovers a possible cure for Bruce Banner, who has another big, green problem to deal with: the Leader! Scheduled to ship 02/25/04. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Giant-Size HC (2008) 1-1ST
    Published Dec 2008 by Marvel.

    1st printing. Collects the Champions story from Giant-Size Hulk (2006), Giant-Size Incredible Hulk (2008) #1, Hulk: Raging Thunder (2008), and Hulk vs. Hercules: When Titans Collide (2008). Also reprints Incredible Hulk (1962-1999 1st Series) Annual #7 and Fantastic Four (1961-1996 1st Series) #133. Written by GREG PAK, PETER DAVID, JEFF PARKER, ROGER STERN, FRED VAN LENTE, JOHN BYRNE & GERRY CONWAY. Art by JUAN SANTACRUZ, MITCH BREITWEISER, ZACH HOWARD, CORY HAMSCHER, KHOI PHAM, ERIC NGUYEN, REILLY BROWN, BOB LAYTON, BYRNE & RAMONA FRADON. Cover by GARY FRANK. Collecting four tales of gamma-powered adventure! Witness the destruction as the Green Goliath goes toe-to-toe with the Champions, Thundra and the Lion of Olympus himself, the Incredible Hercules. Plus: Classic Hulk writer Roger Stern shows you what it's like to survive an encounter with the Hulk, all seen through the eyes of former sidekick Fred Sloan. Hardcover, 7 1/2-in. x 11-in., 112 pages, full color. Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #1
    Hulk Gray (2003) 1
    Published Dec 2003 by Marvel.

    Written by JEPH LOEB CARDSTOCK covers & art by TIM SALE The critically acclaimed, fan-favorite creative team of DAREDEVIL: YELLOW and SPIDER-MAN BLUE create another of their "Marvel Spectrum" stories ? a tale of the INCREDIBLE HULK before he was even green! 32 PGS Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2
    Hulk Gray (2003) 2
    Published Dec 2003 by Marvel.

    Written by JEPH LOEB CARDSTOCK covers & art by TIM SALE The critically acclaimed, fan-favorite creative team of DAREDEVIL: YELLOW and SPIDER-MAN BLUE create another of their "Marvel Spectrum" stories ? a tale of the INCREDIBLE HULK before he was even green! 32 PGS. (each)/MARVEL PSR...$3.50 (each) Issue #1 UPC: 5960605472-00111 Issue #2 UPC: 5960605472-00211 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #3
    Hulk Gray (2003) 3
    Published Jan 2004 by Marvel.

    Written by JEPH LOEB Cardstock cover & pencils by TIM SALE The Hulk is on the run from the military. Who can he turn to in his time of need? FC, 32pg/MARVEL PSR (3 of 6) $3.50 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #4
    Hulk Gray (2003) 4
    Published Feb 2004 by Marvel.

    HULK: GRAY #4 (OF 6) LS Written by JEPH LOEB Cardstock cover & art by TIM SALE The Hulk is loose and on the run from the U.S. Army! Can beautiful Betty Ross bring some peace to the raging behemoth?! 32 PGS./MARVEL PG Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #5
    Hulk Gray (2003) 5
    Published Mar 2004 by Marvel.

    Written by JEPH LOEB Cardstock cover and art by TIM SALE Fresh from a battle with IRON MAN, the Army is still hot on the Hulk's trail. 32 PGS./MARVEL PSR...$3.50 UPC: 5960605472-00511 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #6
    Hulk Gray (2003) 6
    Published Apr 2004 by Marvel.

    HULK: GRAY #6 (of 6 LS) Written by JEPH LOEB Cardstock cover & art by TIM SALE The final chapter of this 'Hulk-Smash' best-selling limited series! Can the Hulk escape the army and still keep the love of Betty Banner? 32 PGS./MARVEL PSR...$3.50 UPC: 5960605472-00611 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Gray HC (2004 Marvel) 1st Edition 1-1ST

    1st Edition - 1st printing. Collects Hulk: Gray (2003) #1-6. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by TIM SALE. The creators behind the best-selling "Marvel Spectrum" stories – DAREDEVIL: YELLOW and SPIDER-MAN: BLUE – examine in new detail the earliest days of the Incredible Hulk. As Dr. Bruce Banner makes his first transformations into his brutish alter ego, relationships that will influence his life and the life of the Hulk are forged…and destroyed! Guest-starring Iron Man. Hardcover, 144 pages, full color. Cover price $21.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Gray HC (2009 Marvel) Premiere Edition 1-1ST

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    Premiere Edition - 1st printing. Collects Hulk: Gray (2003) #1-6. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by TIM SALE. Before the world knew that Bruce Banner is the Hulk. Before Bruce had confessed his love to Betty Ross. Before the Hulk was green... there was Hulk: Gray. Bruce Banner's life was torn apart by the explosion of the Gamma Bomb. From that moment on, he unleashed the strongest creature on Earth - The Incredible Hulk. No matter how powerful he became, his heart could still be shattered by Betty Ross, the daughter of his greatest enemy, General "Thunderbolt" Ross. The Eisner Award-winning team of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale (Superman For All Seasons, Batman: The Long Halloween, DAREDEVIL: YELLOW, and SPIDER-MAN: BLUE) continue their insightful look into the early days of Marvel Comics' most popular heroes. In HULK: GRAY they unravel the origin of the Hulk and in doing so uncover a secret that will change the way we look at Bruce Banner forever. Hardcover, 160 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Gray TPB (2005 Marvel) 1st Edition 1-1ST

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    1st Edition - 1st printing. Collects Hulk: Gray (2003) #1-6. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by TIM SALE. The creators behind the best-selling "Marvel Spectrum" stories ? DAREDEVIL: YELLOW and SPIDER-MAN: BLUE ? examine in new detail the earliest days of the Incredible Hulk. As Dr. Bruce Banner makes his first transformations into his brutish alter ego, relationships that will influence his life and the life of the Hulk are forged...and destroyed! Guest-starring Iron Man. Softcover, 144 pages, full color. Cover price $16.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk Gray TPB (2011 Marvel) 2nd Edition 1-1ST

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    2nd Edition - 1st printing. Collects Hulk: Gray (2003) #1-6. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by TIM SALE. Before the world knew Bruce Banner was the Hulk. Before Bruce confessed his love to Betty Ross. Before the Hulk was green - there was HULK: GRAY. The explosion of the Gamma Bomb tore Bruce Banner's life apart, unleashing the strongest creature on Earth: the Incredible Hulk! But no matter how powerful he became, his heart still could be shattered by Betty Ross - the daughter of his greatest enemy, General "Thunderbolt" Ross. The Eisner Award-winning team of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale (DAREDEVIL: YELLOW, SPIDER-MAN: BLUE) continue their insightful look into the early days of Marvel Comics' most popular heroes in HULK: GRAY, unraveling the Hulk's origin - and uncovering a secret that will change the way we look at Bruce Banner forever. Softcover, 144 pages, full color. Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk HC (2008 DF Limited Signed Edition) 1-1ST

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    Signed and numbered by Jeph Loeb (NOTE: Limited to 10 copies) - Includes a Dynamic Forces Certificate of Authenticity - Volume 1 - 1st printing. "Red Hulk!" Collects Hulk (2008) #1-6 and the backup story from Wolverine (2003 2nd Series) #50. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by ED MCGUINNESS. Superstars Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness will change the way you see the Hulk! In this startling origin epic, the breathtaking events that ended WORLD WAR HULK rocket into this brand-new saga. When one of the Hulk's oldest cast members is murdered, everyone turns to the team of Iron Man, She-Hulk and Leonard Samson to solve the grizzly case. All the evidence points to the Hulk as the killer, but all is not as it seems! Hardcover, full color. NOTE: Limited to 10 copies - Includes a Dynamic Forces Certificate of Authenticity. Cover price $89.99.

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Hulk HC (2008-2010 Marvel) 1-1ST

    Volume 1 - 1st printing. "Red Hulk!" Collects Hulk (2008) #1-6 and the backup story from Wolverine (2003 2nd Series) #50. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by ED MCGUINNESS. Superstars Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness will change the way you see the Hulk! In this startling origin epic, the breathtaking events that ended WORLD WAR HULK rocket into this brand-new saga. When one of the Hulk's oldest cast members is murdered, everyone turns to the team of Iron Man, She-Hulk and Leonard Samson to solve the grizzly case. All the evidence points to the Hulk as the killer, but all is not as it seems! Hardcover, 176 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #2A-1ST
    Hulk HC (2008-2010 Marvel) 2A-1ST

    Arthur Adams Cover - Volume 2 - 1st printing. "Red and Green!" Collects Hulk (2008) #7-9 and King-Size Hulk (2008) #1. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art by ARTHUR ADAMS and FRANK CHO. Cover by ARTHUR ADAMS. When Bruce Banner sets out to find the Red Hulk he doesn't expect his search will lead him to Sin City, Nevada. And imagine his surprise when he arrives to discover the unbridled carnage a pack of Wendigos can unleash! Las Vegas buffets will never be the same! Plus: no matter what size, shape, color or sex, Hulks don't take kindly to being on the wrong side of a beating. Armed with an arsenal of advanced S.H.I.E.L.D. weaponry and itching for payback, She-Hulk's Lady Liberators have one goal: Subdue the Red Hulk, and make him pay in the process. All this plus a special KING-SIZE spectacular with MORE smashing, bashing, trashing, and clashing than should be allowed by law! Hardcover, 112 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #2B-1ST
    Hulk HC (2008-2010 Marvel) 2B-1ST
    Published Apr 2009 by Marvel.

    Frank Cho Cover - Volume 2 - 1st printing. "Red and Green!" Collects Hulk (2008) #7-9 and King-Size Hulk (2008) #1. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art by ARTHUR ADAMS and FRANK CHO. Cover by FRANK CHO. When Bruce Banner sets out to find the Red Hulk he doesn't expect his search will lead him to Sin City, Nevada. And imagine his surprise when he arrives to discover the unbridled carnage a pack of Wendigos can unleash! Las Vegas buffets will never be the same! Plus: no matter what size, shape, color or sex, Hulks don't take kindly to being on the wrong side of a beating. Armed with an arsenal of advanced S.H.I.E.L.D. weaponry and itching for payback, She-Hulk's Lady Liberators have one goal: Subdue the Red Hulk, and make him pay in the process. All this plus a special KING-SIZE spectacular with MORE smashing, bashing, trashing, and clashing than should be allowed by law! Hardcover, 112 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.

  • Issue #3-1ST
    Hulk HC (2008-2010 Marvel) 3-1ST

    Volume 3 - 1st printing. "Hulk No More!" Collects Hulk (2008) #10-13 and Incredible Hulk (2009 3rd Series) #600. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by ED MCGUINNESS. There was a time when the world's mightiest heroes got together to fight foes too great for them to handle all by themselves. No! Not the Avengers! The other guys: HULK! NAMOR! SILVER SURFER! DOC STRANGE! The original Defenders are back! But what terrible threat could bring them together again? How about THE OFFENDERS! RULK! TIGER SHARK! TERRAX! BARON MORDO! This volume also includes the 600th-issue celebration guest starring Spider-Man! Hardcover, 128 pages, full color. Cover price $19.99.

  • Issue #4-1ST
    Hulk HC (2008-2010 Marvel) 4-1ST

    Volume 4 - 1st printing. "Hulk vs. X-Force!" Collects Hulk (2008) #14-18. Written by JEPH LOEB. Art and cover by ED MCGUINNESS. Art by IAN CHURCHILL and WHILCE PORTACIO. Cover by ED MCGUINNESS. It's CODE RED VS. X-FORCE. Who is Code Red? How about Red Hulk, Deadpool, The Punisher, Elektra. Thundra and The Crimson Dynamo. What terrible secret could bring this group together - only to run headlong into the deadliest team of X-Men? All this - and wait until you see RED HULK VS. WOLVERINE! Superstar scribe Jeph Loeb is joined by art team Ian Churchill and Mark Farmer as the epic saga of the Red Hulk continues! Hardcover, 120 pages, full color. Cover price $24.99.