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The Hulk vs. The Commies: How Stan Lee Abandoned Big Green In Propaganda Hell

Journey Into Marvel – Part 53

Allright, Extremites, we are half way through Hulk and he looks nothing like his debut. He has the intelligence of Banner and all the edge that was established in the first issue has been lost. 741 more words

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Fantastic Four #25: Hulk vs The Thing Round 3.5 / Property Damage 25

Sensational Story by: Stan Lee

Astonishing Art by: Jack Kirby

Incredible Inking by: George Roussos

Lighthearted Lettering by: S. Rosen

I’m currently in Nantes (hashtag holiday brag) but, thanks to the wonder of pre-scheduled posts, I’m also apparently blogging on a daily basis about mid-1960s Fantastic Four. 154 more words

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The Fantasticast Episode 91: Fantastic Four #79 - This Monster Forever?

Carry On Not Brand Echh

Steve and Andy return with an human Ben Grimm, a former submarine commander now in charge of a group of marines, and a daikaiju and horror film-loving guest-host. 124 more words

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Fantastic Four #25: Hulk vs The Thing Round 3.4

Sensational Story by: Stan Lee

Astonishing Art by: Jack Kirby

Incredible Inking by: George Roussos

Lighthearted Lettering by: S. Rosen

How could I resist posting a panel featuring the Hulk bouncing across the water to chase the Thing, who is driving a speedboat? 154 more words

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Fantastic Four #25: Hulk vs The Thing Round 3.3/Yancy Street Pranks 5

Sensational Story by: Stan Lee

Astonishing Art by: Jack Kirby

Incredible Inking by: George Roussos

Lighthearted Lettering by: S. Rosen

This is a very important panel, and not just because it features The Thing and The Hulk brawling in the back of a speeding pickup truck, although that would surely place it in any list of top panels. 159 more words

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Fantastic Four #25: Hulk vs Thing Round 3.2

Sensational Story by: Stan Lee

Astonishing Art by: Jack Kirby

Incredible Inking by: George Roussos

Lighthearted Lettering by: S. Rosen

The battle continues, with Hulk being tricked into somehow mistaking a six-foot tall man made of rock for a bunch of electrical cables. 81 more words

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