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Monthly Archives: September 2006

JadedExpressions.com interviews Greg Pak

JadedExpressions.com has interviewed Greg Pak about everything from “Robot Stories,” “Incredible Hulk,” and more. Click here to read the interview.

SciFiDimensions.com loves “Planet Hulk”

John C. Snider of SciFiDimensions.com has posted a rave review of the first six issues of the “Planet Hulk” saga, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Carlo Pagulayan and Aaron Lopresti. Here’s an excerpt:

…if fans look no further than Civil War they’ll miss out on one of the freshest, coolest storylines of 2006 – Greg Pak’s “Planet Hulk” epic that’s currently playing out in the pages of Incredible Hulk.

Click here to read the full review.

Noise To Signal loves “Incredible Hulk” #98

James Hunt has posted a rave review at Noise to Signal of “Incredible Hulk” #98, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Aaron Lopresti. Here’s an excerpt:

As we move into the second half of Planet Hulk, things kick off ina big way and we’re starting to see big returns on the earlier arcs of the series. This is going to read like one hell of an epic…. This is exactly the sort of story Hulk fans needed, even if they didn’t know. With World War Hulk announced to follow, the outlook for the character has never been so rosy. The Hulk title is in good hands with Pak at the helm.

“Incredible Hulk” #99 hits comic book stores on October 4 — contact your local store to order your copy today!

“Incredible Hulk” #99 and “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #1 previews at PopCultureShock.com

PopCultureShock.com has posted preview pages for two Greg Pak penned comic books which hit stores on October 4.
Click here for the “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #2 preview pages
Click here for the “Incredible Hulk” #99 preview pages
If you like what you see, contact your local comic shop and ask them to hold copies for you today!

2006.10.07 – “Super Power Blues” at ShockerFest

Greg Pak’s short film “Super Power Blues” plays at the ShockerFest Film Festival in Riverbank, CA at 10:45 am on Saturday, October 7. The film has been nominated for the festival’s Best Science Fiction Mini-Short award and the film’s star, Sakura Sugihara, has been nominated for the Best Actress Science Fiction/Fantasy award.
Click here for more information.

2006.10.04 – “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #2

“X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #2, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham, hits comic book stores on October 4, 2006. From Marvel.com:

The Phoenix is back! Or is it? Something’s not quite right with the Stepford Cukoos and the X-Men better figure out what it is…and fast! Also, what does Weapon Plus have to do with all this?

Contact your local comic store to order your copy today!

2006.10.04 – “Incredible Hulk” #99

“Incredible Hulk” #99, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Aaron Lopresti, hits comic book stores on October 4, 2006. From Marvel.com:

When an insanely powerful, legendary enemy threatens the entire planet, will the Hulk and his army of rebels fight alone — or join forces with the Empire? Plus, stunning revelations and shocking developments regarding Caiera the Oldstrong, the Emperor’s gray-skinned Shadow Guard. And Miek and his hivelings come face-to-face with the destiny of their species. The legend grows and the smashing continues as the “Planet Hulk: Anarchy” storyline reaches its mind-blowing conclusion.

Contact your local comic store to order your copy today!

“Robot Stories” screens TONIGHT in Los Angeles!

The Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles is screening Greg Pak’s award-winning feature film “Robot Stories” tonight at 7 pm. The screening is FREE and takes place at the Korean Cultural center, 3rd Floor, Ari Hall, 5505 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles. Click here for more information.

2006.09.21 – “Robot Stories” in Los Angeles

The Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles is screening Greg Pak’s award-winning feature film “Robot Stories” tonight at 7 pm. The screening is FREE and takes place at the Korean Cultural center, 3rd Floor, Ari Hall, 5505 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles. Click here for more information.

2006.10.03 – “Happy Hamptons Holiday Camp” at the DC APA Film Festival

Greg Pak’s short film “Happy Hamptons Holiday Camp for Troubled Couples” plays on October 3 at the DC APA Film Festival in the “Queer Short Films” program. Click here for all the details.

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