Marvel has posted a five page preview as well as the variant cover for “Incredible Hercules” #114, written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with interior pencils by Khoi Pham. Regular cover is by Arthur Adams; variant by Daniel Acuna.
Click here to view the preview — and tell your local retailer to order a copy for you today!
The book hits stores on February 20.
The Comixtreme.com “2 in 1 Showcase” crew has named Greg Pak the “Next Big Thing” in their Best of 2007 episode. Click here to listen to the mp3 of the show — the “Next Big Thing” category is discussed about two thirds of the way through.
Meanwhile, in his “Everything but Imaginary” column, Blake Petit of Comixtreme has named “Incredible Hercules” #113, written by Pak and Fred Van Lente, as his “Favorite of the Week.” Click here to read the column.
That Greg Pak, along with co-writer Fred van Lente, has managed to not only maintain my interest in a storyline starring Hercules but mesmerize me with it says volumes about the strength of his writing…. This is everything one could hope for in a Marvel super-hero comic: clever, down to earth, action-packed and entertaining.
… this time from Blake Petit, writing for Comixtreme.com. The money quote:
… this second issue of Herculesâ€™ story is even stronger than the first, and itâ€™s rapidly on its way to becoming one of the best comics Marvel is publishing.
Writing for ComicsNewsi.com, Nick Marino has posted a rave review of “Incredible Hercules” #113. Here’s the money quote:
The plot, dialogue, and art are merging together to tell what may go down in history as the definitive Hercules comic book story.
Click here to read the full review.
Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Khoi Pham, “Incredible Hercules” #113 hits comic book stores on January 16.
Luke Handley and Paul Brian McCoy call “Incredible Hercules” “one of the best books Marvel is putting out at the moment” in their rave advance review of issue #113 at ComicsBulletin.com. Here’s the quote in context:
…this is well worth the time and money. Itâ€™s a step up in quality from the already high quality Incredible Hulk run Pak has been responsible for and the art is very nice. The mythological elements of Hercules character are playing a central part and are serving to make him a much more nuanced and interesting character than heâ€™s ever been. Amadeus Cho continues to be entertaining with his determination and grit. And even Ares is being utilized much more effectively than he has been over in Mighty Avengers. I recommend this highly. It is, without a doubt, one of the best books Marvel is putting out at the moment.
Click here for the full review.
Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Khoi Pham, “Incredible Hercules” #113 hits comic book stores on January 16. Tell your local store to hold a copy for you today!
“Incredible Hercules” writers Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente will be guests at the Comic Book Club, a live talk show hosted by Justin Tyler, Pete LePage, and Alex Zalben in New York City. The deets:
8 pm on January 29
The Peoples Improv Theater
154 West 29th Street, 2nd Floor
Between 6th and 7th Aves.
ComicBookResources has posted a seven page preview of “Incredible Hercules” #113 — fully colored and lettered. Written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente and pencilled by Khoi Pham, the book hits comic book stores on Wednesday, January 16.
Click here to read the preview and tell your local comic store to reserve a copy for you today.
And here’s what Comixtreme had to say about the last issue:
In the last couple years, Hercules has had a renaissance, as he was extremely well portrayed in Civil War, and then in World War Hulk was once again extremely well written and characterized. Now, he’s taking over this title for a little while, with Amadeus Cho at his side, and although its one of the oddest team-ups, on paper, in reality it ends up working extremely well under Pak/Van Lente’s pens.
“Incredible Hercules” #113, written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Khoi Pham, hits comic book stores on January 16. As your local shop to hold a copy for you today!
Click here for the advance review from ComicsBulletin.com.
Charlie Jane Anders has interviewed Greg Pak about “Robot Stories,” “Planet Hulk,” Amadeus Cho, and “Battlestar Galactica” for the new science fiction blog io9.com. Check it out.