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Monthly Archives: May 2018

INCREDIBLE HULK #717, last issue of my third run on the Hulk, in stores now!

 

An interior page from INCREDIBLE HULK #717, the last issue of my third Hulk run. In comic shops now!

Art by Carlo Barberi and Walden Wong, colors by Frank D’armata, letters by Cory Petit.

Loved writing this book and loved this moment in particular. It’s been a tremendous experience and privilege to write this next huge chapter in Amadeus Cho’s life and bring it to this huge finish. Thanks so much to everyone for supporting for the last two and a half years!

Here’s the afterword from the book. A thousand thank yous. You’re all awesome.

KICKSTARTER SECRETS audiobook now available!

I recently wrote a how-to book called KICKSTARTER SECRETS that shared all of my best tips for running crowdfunding campaigns based on my experiences with the Kickstarters for CODE MONKEY SAVE WORLD, THE PRINCESS WHO SAVED HERSELF, and ABC DISGUSTING.

Today I’m thrilled to announce the release of an audiobook of KICKSTARTER SECRETS, which you can buy right now at GregPakShop.com! If you’ve ever thought about crowdfunding, this is the book for you.

Hope you enjoy, and thanks as always!

2018.05.08 – INCREDIBLE HULK #716 in stores this Wednesday!

INCREDIBLE HULK #716 hits stores this Wednesday, featuring art by Marco Lorenzana, colors by Frank D’armata, letters by Cory Petit, and a cover by Greg Land. Ask your local shop to hold a copy for you today!

2018.05.02 – WEAPON X #17 in stores today!

WEAPON X #17, written by yours truly and Fred Van Lente with art by Yildiray Cinar, colors by Frank D’Armata, letters by Joe Caramagna, and cover by Rahzzah, hits comic shops today!

This issue starts a new story arc featuring Sabretooth as the team’s new leader and Omega Red as a new adversary.

Check out a lettered preview at CBR!

And ask your local comic shop to hold a copy for you today!

About my middle school Dungeons and Dragons notebooks…

A few months ago, Michi Trota asked me if I’d be interested in writing an essay for Uncanny Magazine. I said sure and cheerfully suggested a light-hearted piece about my old Dungeons and Dragons notebooks from middle school, which I’d recently rediscovered (along with the incredibly flattering photo of 13-year-old-me above).

But when I sat down to write, I started sweating. Because digging through those old notebooks was as harrowing as it was hilarious and the essay turned into the most personal thing I’ve ever published as an adult. It’s all about adolescence and writing and worldbuilding and the Boy Scouts and biracial Asian American identity.

And centaurs. Lots of centaurs.

Read the whole thing here!

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