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The First 10 Years

Marvel released an epically amazing set of golden images in ad campaign, “More Than A Hero.” Some characters descriptors were amusing, some seemingly standard, and some cut straight to the heart. 55 more words

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Throwback 10: The Incredible Hulk

It seems strange now, but I remember seeing the advertisements for The Incredible Hulk and being intrigued by it but not overly excited, something which seems bizarre now that every Marvel Studios movie creates massive hype and excitement. 927 more words


The Immortal Hulk #1 Review

W – Al Ewing

P – Joe Bennett

I  – Ruy José

CA – Paul Mounts

L – VC’s Cory Petit

For most of these reviews I’d start with a brief description of what’s going on in the book, but there truly isn’t a good way of describing the premise without giving a play-by play of the issue (and where’s the fun in that?. 467 more words


My (not inspirational) white-knuckle walk

On Sunday, I attempted to do the 4-kilometre course of the HBF Run for A Reason, which snakes through the streets of inner city Perth and ends up in Gloucester Park racecourse. 663 more words

The Incredible Hulk Review

The Incredible Hulk is a rough but under-appreciated ride filled with some great action and performances, but held back by a plot that doesn’t quite successfully mix the superhero or thriller genre combo it aims to be. 414 more words


The Incredible Hulk (2008)

Plot: He was once one of the brightest scientists alive, working on cutting edge research and renowned for his incredible mind, but now Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) is a man on the run. 593 more words