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Monthly Archives: October 2006

Newsarama’s Best Shots loves “Incredible Hulk” #100

Richard Renteria raves about “Incredible Hulk” #100 for Newsarama’s Best Shots crew. Here’s an excerpt:

Are you one of those people who complain about events where nothing happens and the story is slow and/or hard to follow? Then pick-up this title, quickly. It has everything you are looking for. From the beastly Hulk Smash all the way to the quieter moments where characters are allowed to become something more than just throw away fodder. This title has all the no-holds barred action one only wishes was a regular feature of most titles. But wait, there’s more, a whole lot more. This title, even though taking place off-world, is a lynchpin in the Marvel Universe that very few people are recognizing. Tying into the final dissolution of the Illuminati, causing repercussions in Civil War that are unseen (for now), and leading directly into Marvels Summer 2007 event, World War Hulk; this title is a must read for any true fan of the Marvel Universe. As Planet Hulk comes closer to its ending, one gets the feeling that things are just beginning. Currently in the pages of the Hulk, events are being set in motion that will impact the Marvel Universe in what look to be major ways.
With some excellent writing by Greg Pak and visually stunning artwork by the talented Carlo Pagulayan, the Incredible Hulk will be the title to follow as we move beyond the Civil War.

Click here to read the full review.
“Incredible Hulk” #100 hits comic book stores on November 1. Ask your local comic shop to hold a copy for you today!

Asian American heroes in two different Greg Pak comics on November 1

Two different Korean American heroes created for Marvel Comics by Asian American filmmaker and comic book writer Greg Pak will score some more panel time when “Incredible Hulk” #100 and “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3 hit stores on November 1.
“Incredible Hulk” #100 is a special giant-sized anniversary issue that continues the ongoing “Planet Hulk” saga while including a 12 page back up story that ties into the current Marvel Civil War event. The 12 page back up story features the return of Amadeus Cho, aka Mastermind Excello, a boy genius on the run created by Pak for the “Amazing Fantasy” #15 anthology comic book. Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page to see images from the 12 page back up story. And click here for the first eight, lettered pages of the “Planet Hulk” story.
“X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3 continues to explore the eerie Stepford Cuckoos and their connection to the Phoenix. One of the supporting players in the book is Asian American S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Jake Oh, who was introduced in “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #2. Click here for an image of Jake Oh from “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #2. And click here for a four page lettered preview of “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3.
Both “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3 and “Incredible Hulk” #100 arrive in comic book stores on November 1. Ask your your local store to hold copies for you today.

Four “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” pages at PopCultureShock.com

PopCultureShock.com has posted four lettered preview pages of “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham. The book hits comic book stores on Wednesday, November 1. Click here to see the preview.

2006.11.01 – “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3

“X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3 hits comic book stores on November 1. Written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham, the book explores the origins of the eerie Stepford Cuckoos and their connection with the Phoenix. Click here to see four lettered preview pages and ask your local comic book store to hold a copy for you today.

2006.11.01 – “Incredible Hulk” #100

Newsarama.com has the first eight, lettered pages of “Incredible Hulk” #100 in an online preview. “Incredible Hulk” #100 is a giant-sized special issue containing a 22 page “Planet Hulk” story, a 12 page backup story featuring a Civil War tie-in and the return of fan-favorite character Amadeus Cho, aka Mastermind Excello, and several reprints of classic Hulk stories from the past. The new stories are written by Greg Pak with art by Carlo Pagulayan (the Planet Hulk story) and Gary Frank (the Civil War tie-in). Click here to view the preview and as your local comic book store to hold you a copy — the book goes on sale Wednesday, November 1.

Eight “Incredible Hulk” #100 lettered preview pages at Newsarama

Newsarama.com has the first eight, lettered pages of “Incredible Hulk” #100 in an online preview. “Incredible Hulk” #100 is a giant-sized special issue containing a 22 page “Planet Hulk” story, a 12 page backup story featuring a Civil War tie-in and the return of fan-favorite character Amadeus Cho, aka Mastermind Excello, and several reprints of classic Hulk stories from the past. The new stories are written by Greg Pak with art by Carlo Pagulayan (the Planet Hulk story) and Gary Frank (the Civil War tie-in). Click here to view the preview and as your local comic book store to hold you a copy — the book goes on sale Wednesday, November 1.

2006.11.04 – “Super Power Blues” in Vancouver

Greg Pak’s short film “Super Power Blues” plays November 4 at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival in the “Crime Time” short film program. Click here for more information.

2006.11.03 – “Happy Hamptons Holiday Camp for Troubled Couples” in Vancouver

The Vancouver Asian Film Festival is playing Greg Pak’s short film “Happy Hamptons Holiday Camp for Troubled Couples” on November 3 in a program of shorts which were created during short film shoot out competitions from around the continent. Click here for more information.

PaperBackReader.com loves “Battlestar Galactica” #2

Bart Gerardi has written a rave review of the “Battlestar Galactica” #2 comic book, penned by Greg Pak with art by Nigel Raynor. Here’s the capper:

If you’re a fan of BSG (and if you aren’t, you should be,) then this is a fantastic read. If you’re just a fan of the genre, you’ll like this too, as the story trancends the Battlestar mythos, and will grip you like few Sci-Fi on the market today will.

Click here for the full review.

2006.10.11 – “Battlestar Galactica” #2

“Battlestar Galactica” #2, written by Greg Pak with art by Nigel Raynor, hits comic book stores on Wednesday, October 11, 2006.
Click here to view the preview pages at Newsarama.com. Then contact your local comic store to reserve a copy today!

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