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The Little Book of HulkFlexicover, 4.7 x 6.5 in., 0.63 lb, 192 pages10
Bruce Banner can’t control when he becomes the Hulk, whether it’s Incredible, Savage, or Rampaging—which is unfortunate for anyone who gets in his way, especially if they’re up to no good. Follow his path of destruction in this volume, with its 192 pages of iconic Hulk images, and text by comics legend Roy Thomas, author of 75 Years of Marvel Comics.
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Return of the Monster!
The life and times of the green goliath
In 1962, he was created by exposure to gamma radiation in Incredible Hulk No. 1. Though it took a few years for him to develop his now-famous personality, he was nonetheless a weapon of destruction from that first appearance. Not only did the Hulk fight anyone who got in his way, but his alter ego, Bruce Banner, fought the multiple personality disorder that transformed him, spawning many other versions of the Hulk, each of whom were aspects of Bruce’s personality. Despite that, the Hulk took down the Leader, the Abomination, and Wolverine, among hundreds of other great villains. The star of a smash-hit TV show, two blockbuster movies, and hundreds of great comics, he’s one of the most instantly recognizable characters in the world. With 192 pages of images, and text by Roy Thomas, The Little Book of Hulk will be an indispensable guide to comics’ most savage hero!
© 2020 MARVEL
© 2020 MARVEL
Since 1965, Roy Thomas has been writing for movies, television, and especially comic books. With notable runs on Avengers, Uncanny X-Men, Conan the Barbarian, The Incredible Hulk, and Star Wars, he served as a Marvel editor from 1965–80 and editor-in-chief from 1972–74. He currently edits the comics-history magazine Alter Ego and writes two online Tarzan strips as well as the occasional comic book. He and his wife Dann live in South Carolina.