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Monthly Archives: September 2010

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Amadeus Cho wants to read your Marvel haiku

By Greg Pak
Yesterday, the fictional comic book character Amadeus Cho announced via Twitter that fans who write Marvel-themed haiku might have a chance to see their work published in the letter column of the “Chaos War” miniseries. Below are his tweets – read on and start writing your #mrvlhaiku today!

By Amadeus Cho
So the universe is under threat from @thechaosking, who wants to reduce everything to the darkness and chaos that existed before creation. Which I don’t like.
So I’ve been mocking @thechaosking, who has a pretty thin skin for a supremely powerful reality destroyer. He’s also a pretentious doof who speaks only in haiku. Which got me thinking. So I consulted with @gregpak, @fredvanlente and @cracksh0t
… who are putting together the “Chaos War” series that chronicles our upcoming battle for the ages with @thechaosking
… and they’re going to print the best haikus they get about the Marvel Universe. Let’s call this #mrvlhaiku . You wanna be considered?
Send your #mrvlhaiku . Be sure to write OKAY TO PRINT in the email. & you might see it in a “Chaos War” letter page!
And of course feel free to twitter your haiku with the hashtag – but you have to email to be considered for the letter page.

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Silver Surfcat #mrvlcats

Got sucked back into the #mrvlcats thang last night. Enjoy.

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So @eliopoulus and @katiecandraw have gotten on this big #mrvlcats thing on the Twitter tonight. And I couldn’t resist. Enjoy:

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EXCLUSIVE sneak preview of “Incredible Hulks” #613!

Thanks to the fine folks at Marvel, we have a very special sneak preview of three pages of the “Earth” story from “Incredible Hulks” #613, which hits comic book stores tomorrow! The story was written by Greg Pak and pencilled by Tom Raney.
Click on the images below to read the pages! And ask your local retailer to hold a copy of the book for you tomorrow!

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2010.09.15 – “Incredible Hulks” #613

“Incredible Hulks” #613, written by Greg Pak and Scott Reed with art by Brian Ching and Tom Raney, hits comic book stores on Wednesday, September 15.
Click here for a lettered preview.

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Greg Pak talks Hulk, Herc, Chaos War on the Randumb Idiocy podcast

DeWayne Feenstra interviews Greg Pak about Hulk, Hercules, Chaos War, and other comics-related stuff for the Randumb Idiocy podcast.
Check it out!

Real World News

Support Pakistan flood relief by buying signed Greg Pak comics!

By Greg Pak
According to the Daily Herald, the UN says the Pakistan flood is the largest humanitarian crisis ever.
Now you can help support Pakistan flood relief — and get some signed comics! I’m auctioning off twenty grab bags of signed comics via eBay’s Giving Works program for just $29.99 a pop. All proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders for Pakistan flood relief. You get five comics in each grab bag.
Please feel free to buy one today!

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2010.09.03 – “Mister Green” at Dragon*Con in Atlanta

Atlanta sure loves this little film, huh? “Mister Green” plays at 11:30 am on Friday, September 3, at the Dragon*Con Independent Film Festival in the “Artistic Wonders” shorts block.
Click here for the details.

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What is the Vision Machine?

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“Incredible Hulks” doubleshipping epic begins today with #612

Greg Pak’s run on “Incredible Hulk” enters a new era as “Incredible Hulks” #612 hits comic book stores today. The book is the first episode of the “Dark Son” storyline — and begins a new era of bi-weekly shipping for the series. The book’s first tale, written by Pak, explores the Betty/Banner relationship (with plenty of smashing). The book’s second tale, written by Pak and Scott Reed, follows the Hulk’s savage second son, Hiro-Kala, as he grapples with his own cosmic challenges a universe away.
Ask your local retailer to hold a copy for you today!
Check out the advance review from Delusional Honesty.
And read a four page, lettered advance preview at Comic Book Resources.

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