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Monthly Archives: October 2006

Comics Written by Greg Pak Hulk

“Incredible Hulk” #100 preview pages and Pak interview at has posted a slew of preview pages from “Incredible Hulk” #100 along with a transcriptions of a podcast with writer Greg Pak about this landmark issue. Click here to read the article. And then contact your local comic store to pre-order your copy today!

Comics Written by Greg Pak Hulk

PULSE covers Pak on “Incredible Hulk” #100 and beyond

Jennifer Contino has posted a comprehensive overview of the Marvel podcast in which “Incredible Hulk” writer discussed the book’s upcoming, giant-sized issue #100, which features the return of penciler Carlo Pagulayan, a backup story drawn by Gary Frank, and reprints of two classic Hulk issues from the past.
Click here for the full article.

Battlestar Galactica Comics Written by Greg Pak

New preview pages for “Battlestar Galactica” #2 has posted three cover images and three preview pages from “Battlestar Galactica” #2, which hits comic book stores on Wednesday, October 11. The book is written by Greg Pak with pencils by Nigel Raynor. As your local comic book store to hold a copy for you.
UPDATE: Four more preview pages have just gone online at!

1602: New World Comics Written by Greg Pak Films Robot Stories

Greg Pak stuff on sale at SciFiDimensions benefit auction

Writer and filmmaker Greg Pak has donate a few items to for the website’s benefit auction. Feel free to visit and bid:
Signed “Robot Stories” DVD
Signed “Robot Stories and More Screenplays” paperback
Signed “Marvel 1602: New World” trade paperback

Battlestar Galactica Comics Written by Greg Pak

Fractal Matter loves “Battlestar Galactica” #1 has posted a rave review of “Battlestar Galactica” #1, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Nigel Raynor. Some excerpts:

These are literally perfect translations of the TV series and it’ll be fascinating to see where Pak takes the story, based on character interaction alone.

This is the exception to the rule, a tie in comic which evokes its originator without being beholden to it. Its fast, packed with character and incident and told with absolute confidence. Fans of the series shouldn’t be without it.

Click here to read the whole review.

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