This figure came as part of a Target Exclusive 3-pack including Ultron and Vision. This figure was called ‘Doc Green’ in reference to the smart Hulk incarnation that was occurring in the comics at the time. However, this figure bears little resemblance to that character. I mean they couldn’t even get the hair right.
However, if you look closely you see this figure is really just a repaint of older Hulk sculpts/pieces. If you look at the pants they are the same pants Hulk wore on the Avengers 2 figures. Just not painted with details and trim.
The same can be said of the other figures in this pack. They were old sculpts with a new paint job and called something else. So this “exclusive” pack was really a cheap knock-off meant to get money from dumb collectors and kids who wouldn’t care.
The only reason I own this guy is cause I found him for $5 at some local toy convention. That is all he is really worth. The only unique thing about him is the head sculpt and it stinks. Plenty of articulation, but with this figure who cares.
Overall I would say skip this guy if you see him. Unless, of course, he is cheap and you want another Hulk for the collection.
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Marvel has released its first issue of its new reboot and relaunch of the Marvel Universe, Legacy #1 (Sept 27, 2017).
While the issue has so far gotten mild to warm reviews saying its achieves the goals it set for itself, if in a bit of a bumpy way.
My interest though is in this variant cover I discovered while browsing eBay. Seems artist Mike McKone has created a special Hulk variant cover for Legacy #1. Being sold by MyComicShop.com it’s AVAILABLE ONLY ON EBAY. You can’t even buy it from mycomicshop’s site. As of this writing 1,800 have been sold and they are in limited availability according to the eBay listing.
As I have said before I am picky when it comes to variants. Doubly-so when people ask more then cover price for them. But this issue is currently going for around $6.00. For that price I am fine giving this my thumbs up…and my cash. My issue should be in my hands in a week or so.
The cover really does feature some very important characters who have been a big part of the jade giant’s Legacy in the Marvel Universe.
Most of these characters I am familiar with and its kinda cool seeing them all pictured together. You have (going from left to right): Red Hulk, Dr. Strange, Namor, Silver Surfer (I assume to reference Hulk being a founding member of the Defenders), Betty (Banner’s main love interest) and Thaddeus Ross (possibly his greatest enemy – pictured twice on the cover though…wink wink), The Triad (Glow, Guardian, and Goblin – protectors of Hulk’s mind), Hulk’s Warbound from Planet Hulk, Rick Jones (the Hulk’s best friend), She-Hulk (Banner’s cousin Jennifer Walters), and finally Amadeus Cho as the Totally Awesome Hulk (…you just had to include that eye sore…ugh).
That’s a pretty hefty group.
So this variant may not be a “must-have” for everyone who loves comics. But given the special significance to Hulk’s history this cover contains, and for the price, its a pretty cool bit of art for a Hulk fan.
You have seen him gray, you have seen him green. But I bet you never knew he was BLUE!
Yep, that is correct. There was a blue Hulk for all of one issue, and no it was not within the normal Hulk story run.
During a five issues series titled ‘Captain Universe: Secrets and Origins’ the Hulk encountered a unique entity. This entity is known as Captain Universe, and is less of a person and more of a sentient energy. In any case it ends up on Earth and bonds with Bruce Banner for assistance. This leads to the creation of a Blazin’ Blue Hulk!
This rare transformation only lasts for the first issue and sadly has not reappeared at anytime after in the Marvel universe. This heroclix figure (released in 2011) is also the only representation of this Hulk form that has ever been made. I personally really liked the idea of a blue hulk (with white pants by the way). I wish they would bring that form back.
The figure is rather generic and seems to be re-purposing an older model. However, it captures the basic idea of the concept and I like they included him wielding two energy balls on his hands.
The figure is considered ‘Super-rare’ but it doesn’t appear to be highly sought after. Ebay prices seem to range around $5-10. If you are a Hulk fan trying to collect one of each different transformation, then this one is a no-brainer.
Lately I’ve been hooked on Kickstarter. Backing the coolest and unique projects. Well I just discovered a project that resonates with me as a Hulk fan. I invite you to check out, Demofist. A new project being currently funded on Kickstarter. The item in question is a solid steel fist that can be held with one hand and used for demolition purposes. The interior is foam covered with a cushioned bar. Is it practical? Perhaps not. But does it look fun to use? It does indeed.
I felt it was worthy to fund at early bird pricing. If you want this I suggest you hurry over and grab it soon. As a Hulk fan I cannot wait to SMASH things with this!
So it seems in further celebration (and to continue sucking every dollar out of us Hulk fans) of Thor: Ragnarok, a number of theatre concessions have been revealed. The highlights being the Hulk popcorn bucket (I want) and the Hammer drink cup (yeah I’ll have that too). The drink toppers are kinda cool too! I hope theatres near me get these! Feast your eyes! November is still too far away.
I am late in posting on this variant as it has been circulating online since about late 2016/early 2017. I say online cause this variant is made in collaboration with Hall of Comics and sold exclusively online. So you won’t be finding this at your local comic shop.
This cover is an homage to the classic Incredible Hulk #181 cover which was the first complete appearance of Wolverine and of their first epic meeting. This cover takes that composition and substitutes the new Wolverine (X-23) and the She-Hulk (who is looking a bit different due to emotional/mental factors).
Admittedly I have not been a fan of this new (She-) Hulk series. The overall concept was interesting, but its execution has left a lot to be desired. I bought this issue for the cover and that’s it. I felt it was unique enough to be worthy to join the collection; and to have some female Hulk representation included. Also, I like McGuinness’ work.
I think it’s an attractive piece of art, but I do kind of wish Ed utilized the background a bit more rather then settle on a flat red background.
I would be remiss in mentioning that there are not one, not two, but THREE versions of this cover. One is as seen here. The second version (dubbed the popcorn version) includes Deadpool eating popcorn while riding on the back of the Wendigo. The third version is the popcorn variant, but in black&white (except Deadpool).
The issue originally sold for $65 and is still available as of this writing. Though it does seem to have a limited printing. Looking at Ebay any issues being sold have spiked to $85 or higher.
If you like covers, especially homage covers featuring Wolverine or She-Hulk then this one is for you. Otherwise you might just wanna skip it.
Here is another random commercial featuring mean green. This time he saves a city…with the “help” of a SUV. I don’t know what’s going on. Just watch it and move on.