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Your First Look At HULK #27!

Postby LOLtron » Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:33 pm

Enjoy this preview of Hulk #27 by Jeff Parker, Gabriel Hardman, and Mark Robinson!


Your First Look At HULK #27!

 

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Hulk #27! The critically acclaimed creative team of Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman team Red Hulk with Steve Rogers, Thor, and the brilliant Dr. Bruce Banner to put and end to the Intelligencia's nefarious plans! Except in order to do so, Red Hulk must dive to the depths of the ocean and find an unlikely ally – the King of Atlantis, Namor!

 

Fans and agree – Hulk is a hit!

 

"There's a little Bruce Banner in this issue, a little green Hulk, a little Steve Rogers, some A-Bomb/Rick Jones, Iron Man, and, of course, Red Hulk and General Thunderbolt Ross. Every one of these characters comes to life through Parker's story." Doug Zawisza, ComicBookResources.com

 

"...there's something very pure about how this particular superhero comic book is being handled.  All the parts work together in harmony, and there's an intangible something that makes it all work, and I'm so glad I got on for the ride." – Josh Flanagan, iFanboy.com

 

"Parker and Hardman give you everything you have come to expect from a book called Hulk. The story and characters draw you in, the art is immense and fulfilling and of course there is a lot of smashing!" – Matt McGloin, Cosmicbooknews.com

 

 

Can the heaviest hitters of the Marvel Universe put an end to the Leader and M.O.D.O.K.'s "Scorched Earth" plan to destroy the world? Will Namor be able to put aside his differences and team up with Thunderbolt Ross? Find out the answers to these questions and more this November in Hulk #27!

 

HULK #27 (SEP100620)

Written by JEFF PARKER

Penciled by GABRIEL HARDMAN & MARK ROBINSON

Cover by ED McGUINNESS

Rated T+ ...$3.99

FOC – 10/22/10, On Sale – 11/17/10

 

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Your First Look At HULK #27!

Your First Look At HULK #27!

Your First Look At HULK #27!

Your First Look At HULK #27!

Your First Look At HULK #27!

Your First Look At HULK #27!


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Re: Your First Look At HULK #27!

Postby Dr Stranger » Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:55 pm

What's with that cover? Are Rulk and Namor fighting each other or are they both punching a chain?

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Re: Your First Look At HULK #27!

Postby Kolimar » Fri Oct 22, 2010 6:38 pm

Dr Stranger wrote:What's with that cover? Are Rulk and Namor fighting each other or are they both punching a chain?

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Do you honestly find it confusing? :? Rulk is trying to use the anchor against Namor and the chain is attached to it. Nothing confusing there, imho.
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