Of all the incarnations of the Hulk, I think I like this one the best.  And in the hands of the sculptors at Sideshow Collectibles, the Green Goliath moves into the realm of three dimensions.

Sculpted by Hulk-fan Andy Bergholtz, the Premium Format Incredible Hulk is a fitting tribute to the original Jack Kirby design, with monstrously oversized hands, feet, and musculature. Hulk will dominate any display with his massive size, standing over 20 inches tall atop his rubble base. The Hulk is cast in high-quality polystone, hand finished and hand painted to exacting standards, and dressed in a fabric reproduction of the iconic shorts and tattered shirt.

via Sideshow Collectibles

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  1. October 13, 2009 at 3:35 pm — Reply

    Purple Pants!

    That is pure classic Hulk! And here I thought the Venom statue was our Art Appreciation Moment of the Day!

  2. October 13, 2009 at 5:49 pm — Reply

    I always liked shots of the hulk that made him look like a more primitive human as opposed to just a really buff green guy with torn pants.

  3. Mike Keller
    October 14, 2009 at 10:45 am — Reply

    What an amazing piece. I love the little details on the skin: vessels, pores and wrinkles. Did Bruce Banner really walk around in purple jeans? A physics nerd in purple pants – no wonder he was getting picked on.

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