During last night’s sports broadcast, Coca-Cola spent a ton of money to promote their smaller cans of Coke. The company did it the only way they could, by bringing in the biggest and smallest Marvel heroes to promote the carbonated beverage.
Probably one of the earliest pieces of comic book related music, the Traits 1969 song, Nobody Loves the Hulk, was originally sold in the back of comic books from 1969 – 1970. Unfortunately, it didn’t sell that many copies – a few hundred according to songwriter/producer Rosalind Rogoff, but thanks to the Internet, it still lives on for you to enjoy today. Do you have a favorite comic book related nerd song that totally rocks? Drop us a line, and let’s share your favorite song with everyone!
I love official guide books from comic book publishers. These books end up being a snapshot into a specific time period and serve as a definitive answer to the who, what, and where of superheroes. Marvel has announced its official guidebook to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to clear up any confusion about what is going on on the big screen.
By this time tomorrow, you’ll have PTSD from all these teasers Marvel is sending out. It’s weird that the publisher is sending out so many of these. It’s almost like Marvel is trying to deflect attention from the whole Marvel Studios movie, and the rumor that The Totally Awesome Hulk won’t appear in the Captain America: Civil War.
Press Release Strap in, hold on, and Hulk out – because you’re in for a rollercoaster ride! This Fall, Marvel proudly brings to you THE TOTALLY AWESOME HULK #1 – a brand-new ongoing series! We promise, True Believer – you’ve never seen a Hulk like this before! Legendary and storied Incredible Hulk scribe Greg Pak (Planet Hulk) returns to the green goliath’s ongoing adventures. And he’s bringing blockbuster artist Frank Cho (Mighty Avengers, Savage Wolverine) along for the ride!
For some reason, Hulk was on my mind, and though there are a lot of really great pieces created by fan, today’s installment is from Amelia Vidal who nailed the fun that can be found in comics (if you look hard enough).