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Monthly Archives: August 2008

“Skaar: Son of Hulk” #3 lettered preview!

ComicsContinuum.com has a six page lettered preview of “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #3, written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney and Butch Guice. The book hits comic book stores on August 27.
Click here to view the pages — and tell your local shop to hold your copy today!

Save KoreAm Journal!

The KoreAm Journal is a great magazine that’s provided essential coverage of Korean American culture for years — including multiple articles about Greg Pak’s films. Now KoreAm’s hitting some hard times and has launched a “Save KoreAm” website to encourage subscriptions and donations. Check it out and drop some green, if you’re so inclined.

Marvel.com interviews Greg Pak about Skaar, War Machine, Magneto, and Hercules

Yep, just about all bases covered! Kiel Phegley interviews Greg Pak about just about every Marvel comic book he’s writing, including “Skaar: Son of Hulk,” “War Machine,” “Magneto: Testament,” and “Incredible Hercules.” Just a taste:

Marvel.com: Speaking of payoff, this week sees the final part of your “Sacred Invasion” storyline pitting the gods of Earth against the gods of the Skrull empire. How will the finale to this event tie in affect the status quo of HERCULES as we move forward into future adventures?
Greg Pak: The nice thing about this is that we wouldn’t have done a crossover if we didn’t have an idea that made sense that was not only a fun addition to the big event but was also taking the big super story of our characters to the next level. This isn’t just a little detour for Hercules and Amadeus. This whole Skrull adventure is key in setting up very important elements in terms of the epic adventure story that they’re on—particularly in terms of the last few pages of issue #120. Some of those things are going to reveal themselves, and it should be kind of a mind blower for people who have been following the book for a while. There are big consequences and ramifications coming out of this story that will affect these characters for quite a long time.

Click here to read the whole thing — and check out the preview pages!

2008.09.24 – “Savage World of Sakaar” #1

“Savage World of Sakaar” #1, a Skaar special written by Greg Pak, hits comic book stores on September 27. The book is pencilled by a slew of amazing guest artists, including “Planet Hulk”‘s Carlo Pagulayan. Here’s the solicit from Marvel.com:

As Skaar and Omaka make their way towards Prophet Rock, frightened refugees tell terrifying tales of unbounded power that could rock the very foundations of Planet Sakaar. Get ready for revelations galore in this one-shot about characters new and old, shocking developments regarding Skaar himself, and maybe even the biggest, angriest, and greenest guest star the planet’s ever seen.

To view some preview art, check out the Greg Pak interview at Marvel.com.

2008.09.17 – “Incredible Hercules” #121

“Incredible Hercules” #121, written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with art by Clayton Henry, hits comic book stores on September 17. Here’s the solicit from Marvel.com:

“LOVE AND WAR,” Part 1
The Greek Goliath is looking for some R&R after the events of “Sacred Invasion,” and hopes to find it in the arms of ex-Renegade NAMORA. But there’s no rest for warriors when the AMAZONS declare war on Atlantis! And these ain’t your mama’s Amazons– is that why Amadeus Cho sides with them instead of Herc? Plus: ARES returns!

For preview images from this issue, check out the Greg Pak interview at Marvel.com.

2008.09.10 – “Magneto: Testament” #1


“Magneto: Testament” #1, written by Greg Pak with art by Carlo DiGiandomenico, hits comic book stores on September 10. Click here for a six page, colored preview.

2008.08.27 – “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #3

“Skaar: Son of Hulk” #3, written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney and Butch Guice, hits comic book stores on August 27. Click here for a preview.

2008.08.20 – “Incredible Hercules” #120

“Incredible Hercules” #120, written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with art by Rafa Sandoval, hits comic book stores on August 20. Click here to check out a lettered, six page preview.

Newsarama interviews new “Hercules” artist Clayton Henry

Newsarama has interviewed Clayton Henry, the artist who will tackle “Incredible Hercules” starting with issue #121. Click here to read the interview and peek at the preview art.
“Incredible Hercules” is written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente. The new story arc beginning with issue #121 features Hercules, Amadeus Cho, Namora, and AMAZONS! Here’s the solicit text from Marvel.com:

The Greek Goliath is looking for some R&R after the events of “Sacred Invasion,” and hopes to find it in the arms of ex-Renegade NAMORA. But there’s no rest for warriors when the AMAZONS declare war on Atlantis! And these ain’t your mama’s Amazons– is that why Amadeus Cho sides with them instead of Herc? Plus: ARES returns!

Marvel releases “Skaar” #3 preview pages

Marvel Comics has released several colored preview pages from “Skaar: Son of Hulk” #3, written by Greg Pak with art by Ron Garney and Butch Guice. The book hits stores on August 27. Click here to read the press release and view the pages.

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