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Monthly Archives: June 2008

London’s Gosh! Comics Blog loves “Skaar” #1

London’s Gosh! Comics Blog has posted a rave review of “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1, written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney. Here’s an excerpt:

Skaar: Son of Hulk is the latest entry in Greg Pak’s new Incrediverse, richly rendered in pure pencil-o-vision by Spider-Man and Wolverine artist Ron Garney, looking for all the world like the lovechild of John Romita Jr. and Joe Kubert, if such a product were biologically feasible or advisable. It’s a rip-roaring space fantasy featuring the not-so-jolly green giant’s imperial offspring. Conceived in armageddon, gestated in the cold Earth and born into a post-apocalyptic world of chaos and torture. If I didn’t know better, I’d call that rough justice.

Click here to read the whole thing, and be sure to scroll down to check out the contest, which might be of particular interest to readers of this site.
And if you happen to be ambling through the streets of London, visit Gosh Comics at 39 Great Russell St.

Wizard loves “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 beyond all reason!

Wizard has posted its advance review of “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 — and it’s an absolute rave. An excerpt:

When you head into your comic shop tomorrow, you might not realize that science has recently found a way to condense PURE AWESOMENESS into the 24 pages of a comic book, but it’s true! It’ll be filed under Skaar: Son of Hulk, sitting idly on the shelf waiting to rock your world to its core!

Click here to read the whole thing.
“Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 was written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney. The book hits comic book stores tomorrow, June 11. Ask your local shop to reserve a copy for you today!

CBR interviews Pak, reveals Julie Bell cover for “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1

Dave Richards at has interviewed comic book writer Greg Pak about his new series, “Skaar: Son of Hulk,” the first issue of which hits comic book stores tomorrow, June 11. The interview also reveals the Julie Bell variant cover to “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 — and shows off 10 lettered preview pages.
Click here to read the article and view the preview.
And to whet your appetite, here’s an excerpt from the interview:

“Skaar” #1 begins with the destruction of Sakaar’s Crown City, just before the Hulk leaves for Earth. “Skaar’s immediate goal is survival, which is no mean trick when you’re ripped from your mother’s womb and thrown into the boiling waters of a radioactive sea,” Pak stated. “I won’t say too much about how his goals develop for fear of spoilers, but a savage princess, a pack of Brood/Native hybrids, and a mysterious Earthman will play key roles as the plot thickens.”
Like the protagonist, the supporting cast of “Skaar” is composed of new characters, “so new readers will have zero trouble jumping right on board,” Pak said. “But the story’s full of Easter eggs and nifty payoffs for fans of the characters we followed through ‘Planet Hulk’ and ‘World War Hulk’ and the ‘WWH: Warbound’ mini. Every issue will reveal connections and relationships that will have special resonance for those who have followed those earlier stories.”
Pak has a number of obstacles and adversaries lined up to oppose Skaar, the most fearsome of them being Axeman Bone. “He’s an Imperial general who’s returned from the Fillian War riding a dragon at the head of a barbarian horde,” Pak said. “I know we’re all supposed to hate this guy, but the more I write the Axeman, the more I love him. He’s probably the best villain I’ve ever created. We’re revealing his back story bit by bit, and by the end, we’ll see how his insane worldview makes perfect sense — from his twisted perspective. He’s the hero of his own story, which makes him capable of almost anything and all the more terrifying as a villain.”

“Skaar” makes Wizard’s Hot List

“Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1, written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney, makes Wizard’s Hot List for June 9! The book hits comic book stores on Wednesday. Click here to read the Hot List blurb, and ask your local retailer to reserve a copy for you today!

Ten page “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 preview at!

At long last, Marvel has released ten glorious preview pages of “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1, written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney and colors by Paul Mounts.
Take a peek at Ain’t It Cool News — then ask your local retailer to hold a copy of the book for you!
“Skaar: Son of Hulk” #1 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, June 11.

Skaar hits the New York Post!

The New York Post has interviewed comic book writer Greg Pak about his “Skaar: Son of Hulk” series, which debuts Wednesday, June 11, just in time for Father’s Day.
Click here to read the article, which also includes two never-before-seen pages of interior art.
And tell your local retailer to hold a copy for you today!

2008.06.08 – Greg Pak on Fictional Frontiers radio show

Sohaib Awan’s interview with comic book writer Greg Pak about Hulk, Hercules, Amadeus Cho, and Skaar, Son of Hulk, will air at 11 am, Sunday, June 8, on the “Fictional Frontiers” radio show of WNJC 1360AM in Philadelphia.
Click here to listen to the show live via the internet.
Click here for more about Fictional Frontiers.

2008.06.08 – Greg Pak signs, sketches at MoCCA Art Festival in NYC

Comic book writer Greg Pak will help raise money for the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art by signing books and sketching for fans at the MoCCA Art Festival on Sunday, June 8 in New York City.
Pak’s session is 3 to 5 pm at the Puck Building, 295 Lafayette Street (at Houston Street).
Click here for more about the festival and click here for more about the sketch schedule.

2008.06.07 – “Super Power Blues” wins Saturday night New York public television screening slot

“Super Power Blues,” a short film written and directed by Greg Pak, has won this week’s Reel 13 online contest at and will screen Saturday, June 7, on New York’s Channel 13.
The 7 minute film stars Sakura Sugihara and Brian Nishii in the story of a Japanese superheroine living in New York City who deals with endless crises — when all she really wants to do is sleep with her boyfriend.
“Super Power Blues” will air on Channel 13 at 11:09 pm on Saturday, June 7, right after “Some Like It Hot” and just before “Camp.”
The film is also viewable online at

The Forward writes about “Magneto: Testament”

The Forward has posted an article written by Mordechai Shinefeld about “Magneto: Testament,” a five issue Marvel Comics miniseries written by Greg Pak that debuts in September. An excerpt:

“This isn’t a fantasy about a costumed superhero changing the course of history,” Pak told The Shmooze. “This is the story of a Jewish boy and his family struggling to survive.”
“Part of the goal of this story is to explore religious identity, and history, through fiction,” said Warren Simmons, “Testament” editor. “I’d say [Magneto] is one of the single richest and most intriguing characters in our medium. I think to Jewish kids, he’s a very important, complex character. I know that he was to me.”

Click here to read the whole thing.

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