Greg PakAboutComicsBooksFilmsStoreNewsletter Twitter Mastodon Instagram YouTube RSS
Princess Who Saved Herself | Mech Cadet Yu | Hulk | Code Monkey Save World | Please consider donating to writer Bill Mantlo's ongoing care!

Monthly Archives: November 2006

Election Day!

A friendly civic reminder:
Today, Tuesday, November 7, is Election Day. Exercise your franchise — go vote!
And take these numbers with you:
1-866-OUR-VOTE – if you encounter any voter intimidation or other problems voting, call this number.
1-866-MYVOTE-1 – for help finding your polling place.

“Philadelphia Daily News” plugs “Incredible Hulk” #100

The Philadelphia Daily News has run an article about “Incredible Hulk” #100. Here’s an excerpt:

Writer Greg Pak has crafted a run, beginning with issue No. 92 titled “Planet Hulk,” that already ranks with the character’s best. It appeals to those who want to see the Hulk smash worthy opponents while still being a character-driven tale.

2006.11.08 – “Battlestar Galactica” #3

“Battlestar Galactica” #3, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Nigel Raynor, hits comic book stores on November 8.
ComicBookResources.com has posted an interview by Chris Ullrich with “Battlestar Galactica” comic book writer Greg Pak. The interview includes five lettered preview pages from “Battlestar Galactica” #3. Click here for the full article and ask your local comic book store to hold a copy for you today.

2006.11.04 & 11.05 – “Happy Hamptons Holiday Camp” in Worcester, MA

Greg Pak’s short film “Happy Hamptons Holiday Camp for Troubled Couples” plays at 12 noon on November 4 and 5 at the 2nd Annual MassBay Film Festival in a FREE program at Razzo Hall at Clark University. Click here for more information.

Writer Greg Pak gives behind-the-scenes commentary about “Incredible Hulk” #100

Writer Greg Pak provides some detailed “director’s commentary” style discussion at BrokenFrontier.com of several pages from “Incredible Hulk” #100, which hit stands on Wednesday. Click here for the article, which also includes lettered preview pages of the sections discussed.

FanboyPlanet likes “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3

FanboyPlanet.com has posted a great review of “X-Men: Phoenix – Warsong” #3. The book is written by Greg Pak with pencils by Tyler Kirkham. Here’s an excerpt from the review:

If it’s better than it should be, it’s because Pak is a subtly humanistic writer, picking up the threads of Grant Morrison’s work on New X-Men and somehow bringing it all back down to a human level.

Click here for the full review and ask your local comic book store to hold you a copy today.

CBR interview with Greg Pak about “Battlestar Galactica” comic book

ComicBookResources.com has posted an interview by Chris Ullrich with “Battlestar Galactica” comic book writer Greg Pak. The interview includes five lettered preview pages from “Battlestar Galactica” #3, which hits comic book stores on November 8. Click here for the full article and ask your local comic book store to preorder a copy of issue #3 for you today.

FanboyPlanet raves about “Incredible Hulk” #100

FanboyPlanet.com digs “Incredible Hulk” #100. Here’s an excerpt:

… this is one of the best Hulk stories ever. I’m a huge fan of Peter David’s run, and the two writers may be apples and oranges in their intent – this is one good orange. And it’s not just Pak. The art team here captures monstrousness, yet the sadness of the alien armored Miek is palpable through the drawing, not the caption.
That alone would make this a great book, but Pak also teams with Gary Frank and Jonathan Sibal for a back-up story with the awkwardly named Mastermind Excello. This character debuted in Amazing Fantasy, created by Pak for just such an emergency. You want to know what’s going to happen with World War Hulk? It starts here. Quietly. Urgently. Brilliantly. And it also makes Reed Richards’ participation in the Civil War just a little bit more believable.

Click here for the full review and feel free to ask your local comic book store to hold you a copy today.

© 1999-2015 Pak Man Productions. All rights reserved.