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Monthly Archives: April 2010

2010.05.01 – Greg Pak signing at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles

Comics writer Greg Pak will sign books at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles on Free Comic Book Day, Saturday, May 1, from 2-4 pm.
Pak is currently writing “Incredible Hulk,” which is about to plunge into the “World War Hulks” storyline, and co-writing “Heroic Age: Prince of Power” with Fred Van Lente.
Golden Apple Comics is located at 7018 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. Click here for more information.

San Francisco Chronicle profiles Greg Pak and Amadeus Cho

San Francisco Chronicle columnist Jeff Yang has interviewed comic book writer Greg Pak about Amadeus Cho, Hercules, and the “Heroic Age: Prince of Power” miniseries that begins in May. Here’s an excerpt:

Cho’s Korean identity is essential to his reality; when he meets his dead parents in a journey to the afterlife, the first thing his mother does is remark how skinny he is and offers him food. “Umma made mandoo and miyukguk,” says his mother. “Sweet! They have a Korean grocery down here?” asks Cho. “That’s why they call it Heaven,” says his dad. But at the same time, he’s more than just his race, or his funny name, or his big brain.
“He’s totally a Korean American kid; that’s who he is,” says Pak. “At the same time, he happens to be spending a lot of time with Greek gods, so his ethnicity isn’t necessarily the first thing on his mind all the time. There’s a whole wealth of stories we have set up — a whole lot he has left to learn and deal with.”
With any luck (and a little reader support!) Pak will be able to tell those tales. And if he is, maybe Marvel’s new owner, the Hercules of childhood known as Disney, will realize what it has on its hands and bring young Amadeus to a much bigger audience.
After all, in the saga of Amadeus Cho, Pak has created the rich, funny, deeply engrossing tale of an ordinary, yet extraordinary boy who stumbles into a destiny of limitless power, and must learn step by step how to wield it — while dealing with loss and love, encountering friendship and rivalry, and going through the entire painful, wonderful process of growing up.

Click here to read the whole thing.
And ask your local comic shop to order a copy of “Heroic Age: Prince of Power” #1 for you today! The book hits stores on May 12.

“Mister Green” on Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day, here’s Greg Pak’s short film “Mister Green,” in which a jaded government undersecretary for climate change becomes greener than he ever imagined.
“Mister Green” also screens today at 4:20 at the Atlanta Film Festival. Click here for all the details.

“Planet Hulk” comic book trailer now online

The latest upload to the Greg Pak Youtube Channel is the 2006 trailer for the “Planet Hulk” comic book series. The trailer was directed by Greg Pak with art by Carlo Pagulayan, Aaron Lopresti, and Ladronn, with music by David Libby. Check it out:

Panel Borders interviews Greg Pak about “Mister Green,” the Hulk, and Amadeus Cho


Alex Fitch of Panel Borders has interviewed filmmaker and comic book writer Greg Pak about his new short film “Mister Green,” which just won the Sci Fi London Best Short Film award, and his work on “Incredible Hulk,” “Incredible Hercules,” and Amadeus Cho.
Click here to listen to the podcast.

2010.05.12 – “Incredible Hercules: Assault on New Olympus” hardcover

The “Incredible Hercules: Assault on New Olympus” hardcover hits comic book stores on May 12. The book was written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Rodney Buchemi.

2010.05.12 – “Heroic Age: Prince of Power” #1

Hercules and Amadeus Cho fans take note: The “Incredible Hercules” saga continues on May 12 with “Heroic Age: Prince of Power” #1. Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Reilly Brown.

2010.05.12 – “Incredible Hulk: Fall of the Hulks” hardcover

Want to jump on board with this month’s “World War Hulks” but not quite sure what’s come before? Get the whole “Incredible Hulk: Fall of the Hulks” storyline in a hardcover written by Greg Pak with pencils by Paul Pelletier, on sale in comic shops on May 12.

2010.05.12 – “Incredible Hulk” #609

The “World War Hulks” event hits the pages of “Incredible Hulk with issue #609, on sale in comic book stores on May 12. “Incredible Hulk” #609 was written by Greg Pak with pencils by Paul Pelletier. Also featuring a backup by Scott Reed.

2010.04.28 “Incredible Hercules: The Mighty Thorcules” TPB

The trade paperback of the “Incredible Hercules” “Mighty Thorcules” storyline hits comic book stores on April 28. The book also features the secret origin of Amadeus Cho. Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Reilly Brown and Rodney Buchemi.

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