A Promo short for the new Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., with Fred Tatasciore, the man voicing the Hulk, has been released by Marvel and Disney XD. It doesn’t show us much, but the premise behind the series seems a bit more uniquely entertaining than I would have originally assumed. Take the jump for the video.
Hyperion Books and Marvel Entertainment today announced plans to partner and publish two action-packed novels featuring popular Marvel Super Heroes. Scheduled for release in June, both novels showcase strong, smart heroines seeking happiness and love while battling cosmic evil.
Or – “A Character Who Might Just Earn The Fans Respect Yet…”
Elizabeth “Betty” Ross dates back to the earliest days of the Marvel Universe, appearing in Incredible Hulk #1 back in ’62, but her latest transformation into ruby-hued superhero hasn’t pleased everyone. While I didn’t care for the stories that introduced her, Betty has had a couple of interesting moment as Red She-Hulk (which I will admit is still a ridiculous name.) The first issue of her solo run surprised the heck out of me with both it’s ferocity of storytelling and it’s quality, and earned itself a place in my hold list. Will number 2 (and/or 59) keep up the good work? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
If you thought the adult film industry was done with with parodying popular comic book characters and properties, you don’t know the adult film industry very well. Vivid Entertainment (who just sent me the Star Wars XXX movie for review), has announced She-Hulk XXX and Thor XXX are both going before the lens later this month.
Any guesses on who is going to play Jennifer Walters?
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.
Apparently, everything is going to change in Fall of the Hulks.
And as expected is going back to press with a variant cover featuring the interior artwork of Peter Vale.
No one knows who this She-Hulk is or why she has come to Earth, but they are about to find out.Â Will this new Jade Giant be a menace to the Marvel Universe as we know it? How is Norman Osborn involved?
The second printing of All New Savage She-Hulk arrives May 20, 2009 with a $3.99 cover price.
Or – “Names Are Important…Â Names Have Emotional Value.”
Here’s something that bugs me in comics: the moment where we reveal a new character using an existing name. “Here’s the new Hawkeye!”Â “Here’s the new Goliath!” “Here’s the new Kid Colt!”Â Well, what the hell happened to the other one?Â I’ve referenced Ronin who was Echo being Hawkeye who was Goliath who was Giant-Man who was Yellowjacket who is the Wasp, but is not a woman, even though the second Yellowjacket WAS.Â The use of an existing name, or worse, two characters FIGHTING over a name always have the potential to put off readers who are familiar with the old version, (and every character is SOMEBODY’S favorite like Jennifer Walters has been one of mine.)Â Â In this situation,Â we have a new character who shares an old one’s name, co-opts another character’s costume, and borrows a pretty sizable chunk of Cable’s origin.Â Can these particular parts be outweighed by the sum of her being?
Who loves you?Â He loves you! The Secret Invasion continues in the pages of X-Factor #34, and Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek that offers up the third installment of the He Loves You saga.
When I found out that X-Factor #33 was part of a three part Secret Invasion tie-in with She-Hulk, I was not happy. Iâ€™m never happy when X-Factor gets dragged into another event or mini-series.Â But there was more to it; what I didnâ€™t know that Peter David was writing She-Hulk.
The Secret Invasion has already spilled into other Marvel titles, and the next two to feel the grasp of the green skinned villains are She-Hulk and X-Factor that not only tie-in to Secret Invasion, but also cross over with each other, in the He Loves You arc.
Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of both issues arriving in July.