This week on the show: The first Captain America, Locke & Key, DC gets a review, and the Hulk returns to Television.
Show Notes after the Jump!
According to Deadline ABC is developing a live action Hulk television series. This has to be good news, right? And why didn’t this synergy happen sooner? Disney bought Marvel quite some time ago, and since Disney is the parent company of ABC, the network should be teaming with Marvel projects.
There’s no one really attached to the Hulk project – no writer, no director, no producer – nothing. So now is as good as time as any to get your wild speculation engine up to full speed and let your imaginations go wild. What do you want to see in your Hulk television show?
And while you’re at it, what other Marvel properties should get their own television series? The Hollywood Reporter has Cloak and Dagger getting the treatment for ABC Family, and The Punisher headed to a cable channel.
Marvel has released a sneak peek of Incredible Hulk #615 from Greg Pak and Barry Kitson.
Marvel released a sneak peek of Hulk #26 from Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman.
A big box with the word Hulk on the outside arrived at the Major Spoilers HQ. Could it be a great big statue, or something else?
Is the Red Hulk good or bad? Tony Stark definitely has an opinion and it continues to brew in Hulk #25. Marvel sent a sneak peek for you to check out after the jump.
From the pages of World War Hulks, comes She-Hulks #1 from Marvel. The company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives in November.
If you’re going to steal borrow a popular Marvel character and use him in your own film there are several of things you can do to avoid a lawsuit.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a Sneak Peek of Incredible Hulks #612 arriving in stores September 01, 2010.
It was announced at the San Diego Comic Con that Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman are taking over Hulk beginning with issue #25.
“This is a true dream team for me.” explains Mark Paniccia, Senior Editor, “Jeff, Gabriel and Elizabeth [Breitweiser] are some of the most talented creators in the industry and the book couldn’t be in better hands.”
Jeff Parker, new Hulk writer, echoes those sentiments, “Hardman and I are ready to step up to the big show and take you and Big Red to wild new territory. In short, we want to bring the sense of danger and discovery that Kirby and Lee did in the early 60′s now– to give you a true 21st Century Hulk.”
Hulk #25 arrives September 08, 2010 and features a cover price of $3.99.
Marvel released a sneak peek to Hulk #24 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinnes, that you can see after the jump.
Here is a roundup of news coming from Marvel so far today. Take the jump to find out what the next Avengers series will be, and who will be in it.