VS Superman pics
70's TV show
Incredible Hulk posters
2000 - On
With his wife gone Bruce Banner is leading a much different life. Bruce
Banner is hiding out. He goes with the bald look not to be recognized,
hiding out in a cheap apartment. Banner stays in contact with a mysterious
Mr. Blue through the internet.
A few days
later and one Hulk sighting later, Banner is back on the road. Banner is soon hunted by the F.B.I.
and 2 highly trained hit men. But
Banner's biggest enemy of this new era appears to be Agent Pratt of the
F.B.I. who has went as far as to utilize the Hulk's blood to gain
incredible strength. Strength he used against Banner until Banner
became the Hulk and literally destroyed Pratt.
Who knows what lies ahead for the Hulk now?
A movie is on the way this summer which will probably not be completely
true to the comics but probably a lot more so than the 70's tv show, which
is one of the best super hero tv shows of all time by the way. The movie
will have old comic characters like General Thunderbolt Ross and Major
Glen Talbott . I for one
look forward to it.
Check out the trailor
at TheHulk.com I loved
the part where Bruce Banner says "you wouldn't like me when I'm
angry", a statement that hasn't been heard since Bill Bixby said it
back in the seventies Hulk tv series.
Hulk: Return of the Monster TPB
Now the beast within has crossed the line and it's terrified keeper is on
the run! Blamed for the televised murder of a hapless child Banner and his
brutish alter ego are public enemy no. 1 - shunned by society hunted by
the law and targeted by a mysterious third party with a sinister agenda
all it's own...one that cuts to the very heart of Banner's strange
affliction. Collecting The Incredible Hulk #34-39
Story Pages 1
Hulk #34 in 2001
In issue #34
of the Hulk, horror writer Bruce Jones took over the reins with John
Romita Jr. doing the art.