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Monthly Archives: November 2006

2006.12.13 – “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #4

“X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #4, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham, hits comic book stores on December 13. Ask your local comic store to order a copy for you today.

2006.12.06 – “Incredible Hulk” #101

“Incredible Hulk” #101, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Carlo Pagulayan and Gary Frank, hits comic book stores on December 6. Here’s how Marvel.com describes the book:

PLANET HULK: ALLEGIANCE, PART 2
Don’t miss the next installment of the comic that Wizard Magazine dubbed “Book of the Month”! In this issue:
Accompanied by Caiera the Oldstrong and Hiroim the Shamed, the Hulk heads into the hold of the Shadow Elders to learn if he truly is the legendary savior known as the Sakaarson — or just another angry monster. Also — secrets revealed about the Great Portal! The final showdown with the Spikes! Elloe makes a shocking decision! And the Hulk smashes and smashes and smashes some more! Featuring pencils by the brilliant Carlo Pagulayan as well as a slew of pages by a surprise guest artist!

Ask your local comic store to order a copy for you today.

Check out the Panic Room!

Marvel editor Mark Paniccia has a blog! Paniccia edits the “Incredible Hulk” comic book, which is written by Greg Pak. Paniccia’s official Marvel blog, dubbed the Panic Room, features comemntary about ongoing work and sneak peeks at art from upcoming projects. Check it out!

EyeOnComics.com on “Incredible Hulk” #100

Don MacPherson particularly liked the backup story featuring Amadeus Cho, aka Mastermind Excello. Here’s an excerpt from the review:

Mastermind Excello is a wonderful character. Not only is he defined by his intellect, but he’s a youthful rebel. … [Greg] Pak’s script not only paints him as a genius, but as something of an innocent whose perspective manages to cut through politics and shades of grey. If Marvel doesn’t direct Pak to do more with this wonderful character, and soon, it’s wasting some great potential.

Click here to read the full review.

SilverBulletComicBooks.com likes “Incredible Hulk” #100

An excerpt:

Incredible Hulk has been telling some of the best stories under Greg Pak for some time. I mean, who knew that sending the Hulk into space would actually be good for the character?

Click here to read the full review.

The Comics Review on “Incredible Hulk” #100

An excerpt:

Two parts space opera, one part foreshadowing and all fun. If you were once a fan of the Hulk, there’s all sorts of good reasons to pick it up again.

Click here for the full review.
“Incredible Hulk” is written by Greg Pak with pencils by Carlo Pagulayan and Gary Frank. As your local comic store to hold a copy for you today.

“Battlestar Galactica” #3 sells out, gets new cover

Dynamite Entertainment has announced that “Battlestar Galactica” #3, written by Greg Pak with art by Nigel Raynor, has sold out at Diamond Comic Distributors. Dynamite is releasing a limited edition variant for reorder by retailers — the cover features a new color scheme of the gorgeous Pat Lee Cylon Centurion cover.
PaperbackReaders.com calls “Battlestar Galactica” #3 “a book no fan can pass up.” Ask your local store to order a copy for you today.
Click here to read the Newsarama article.
Click here for five preview pages of “Battlestar Galactica” #3.

PaperbackReader.com gives “Battlestar Galactica” #3 an “A”

Bart Gerardi, writing for PaperbackReader.com, calls “Battlestar Galactica” #3 “a book no fan can pass up.” Click here for the full review.
“Battlestar Galactica” #3 is written by Greg Pak with pencils by Nigel Raynor. The book hit comic book shops on November 8 — ask your local store to hold a copy for you today.

Newsarama’s Best Shots likes “Battlestar Galactica” #3

Troy Brownfield of Newsarama’s Best Shots crew likes “Battlestar Galactica” #3. Here’s the blurb:

Even within the rigid confines of a complicated and brilliant continuity, Greg Pak manages to write the characters and situations into new directions without upsetting the balance of the dictates of the show. The character work here is particularly impressive (especially if you know the show and can “hear” the voices from your sense memory). Honestly, I think that Dynamite is doing a great job with their licensed books; hooking readers up with familiar concepts is one way that comics will be able to keep pulling in new readers.

“Battlestar Galactica” #3 is written by Greg Pak with pencils by Nigel Raynor and hit comic book stores on November 8. Ask your local comic store to hold a copy for you today.

Five preview pages from “Battlestar Galactica” #3

WizardUniverse.com has posted four covers and five preview pages from “Battlestar Galactica” #3, written by Greg Pak with art by Nigel Rayner, on sale now in comic book stores everywhere. Click here to view the preview.

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