Greg Pak has written multiple classic runs of Hulk stories, including the Planet Hulk epic that inspired the gladiator storyline in the Thor: Ragnarok movie, the 2007 event comic World War Hulk, Skaar: Son of Hulk, which starred Hulk’s half-alien barbarian son, and The Totally Awesome Hulk ongoing series starring Amadeus Cho.
You can buy signed copies of a lot of these books at the Greg Pak Shop!
The kind folks at the Fan Expo Dallas have invited me to the show as a featured comics guest! I’ll be attending all three days, June 3-5, and I’ll have a table in Artists’ Alley where you can get (free!) signatures and buy copies of a bunch of my books, including my children’s books ABC Disgusting and The Princess Who Saved Herself.
I’m also scheduled for a Comic Creator Spotlight at 6:30 pm Friday in room C155 and a Comic Writing Workshop on Sunday at 3 pm in room C155.
The Totally Awesome Hulk #1, written by yours truly with art by Frank Cho, colors by Sonia Oback, and letters by Corey Petit, hits stores Wednesday, December 2 — and here’s an eight page preview to whet your appetite! Tell your local comics shop to hold a copy for you today, and come see me at signings in New York and Austin!
Big news! I’ll be signing “The Totally Awesome Hulk” #1 and “The Princess Who Saved Herself” at the Dragon’s Lair in Austin, Texas from 12-6 pm, December 5, with the great Marjorie Liu, writer of “Monstress.”
Here’s the address:
Dragon’s Lair Comics and Fantasy
2438 West Anderson Lane
Austin, TX, 78757
Yep, I’m going to be at the New York Comic Con half of the day on Thursday and all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday! See below for my schedule — and see you soon!
An extra special bonus is that I’ll be in Artists Alley, table W17, between my frequent artist collaborators Mirko Colak (KINGSWAY WEST, TUROK, and RED SKULL INCARNATE) and Aaron Kuder (ACTION COMICS)! Come see us all!
And yes, I’ll have copies of THE PRINCESS WHO SAVED HERSELF and CODE MONKEY SAVE WORLD for sale.
“The Totally Awesome Hulk” #1, written by yours truly with art by Frank Cho and colors by Sonia Oback, hits stores in December. Amadeus Cho was created by me and artist Takeshi Miyazawa way back in 2005. Totally thrilled about this totally awesome book and hugely grateful to everyone at Marvel to pulling us on board!
Here’s a quote from me from the EW article:
When [editor] Mark Pannica gave me a call, he said three words: “Amadeus Cho Hulk” and my head popped off. I said “I’m in! Let’s do it!” And Axel and Mark and I sat down and talked it all through, and it was immediately clear that we were all on the exact same page about this. I love Banner, I wrote Hulk stories for five and half years, and I loved writing Banner. Those stories mean a huge amount to me. At the same time, there’s a long tradition in Hulk stories of different people taking on that mantle, and with Amadeus in particular, it just set up a really great dynamic. Like Axel said, he’s going to be a very different kind of Hulk. He’s 19 years old, he’s on top of the world, he thinks he’s right about everything…and he might be. Or he might not be. But this is a kid who’s got a ridiculous amount of confidence. A lot of it has been justly earned, but he may be in over his head, and he’s going to come in here and he’s determined to be the best Hulk there’s ever been. He loves being the Hulk. And that may cause massive trouble for everyone else in the Marvel Universe. It’s just a great recipe.
Scroll on for some more glorious art from Frank and Sonia.
Thrilled to reveal that artist Takeshi Miyazawa and I are signing at the Beguiling comic book shop in Toronto on September 15 from 5 to 7 pm! Full details here.
Tak and I have collaborated on a million projects, from co-creating Amadeus Cho (now the new Hulk!) way back in 2005 to working together on “Code Monkey Save World,” “The Princess Who Saved Herself,” and the soon-to-be-published “ABC Disgusting.”
The Beguiling will have copies of both “Code Monkey Save World” and “The Princess Who Saved Herself” for sale.