Best Read [Stan Lee] ✓ Essential Incredible Hulk, Vol. 1 || [Cookbooks Book] PDF ☆

By Stan Lee | Comments: ( 849 ) | Date: ( Feb 26, 2020 )

Caught in the heart of a nuclear explosion, victim of gamma radiation gone wild, Dr Robert Bruce Banner now finds himself transformed during times of stress into the dark personification of his repressed rage and fury the Incredible Hulk, the most powerful manlike creature ever to walk the face of the earth COLLECTING HULK 1962 1 6 TALES TO ASTONISH 1959 60 91

  • Title: Essential Incredible Hulk, Vol. 1
  • Author: Stan Lee
  • ISBN: 9780785123743
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback

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Stan Lee

Stan Lee born Stanley Martin Lieber is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics.With several artist co creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co created Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, Dr Strange, and many other characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books He subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation.

Comments Essential Incredible Hulk, Vol. 1

  • Jeff

    Hulk Smash!: The Musical!!Suggested titles for musical numbers:Super Soldier Serum SerenadeGamma Irradiated BluesBlame it on Daddy (Duet between Bruce and Betty) (Take that Ang Lee!)Purple Pants PolkaStrongest One There IsLost Teen BrigadeGonna Pound You into a Puddle of JellyHulk Buster Bossa NovaThe Man Inside Me (Hulk) (Featuring the Hulkettes)The Monster Inside Me (Bruce) (Feature the Hulkettes)Banner, Puny BannerLittle Men With Guns Hurt Hulk (Upbeat, dance number)Puppies, Kitties and Bunne [...]

  • Jerry

    The earlier comics were great, but, when it got to the Tales to Astonish series, it wasn't quite as enjoyable. Then again, I'm not a comic connoisseur, so, what do I know?EDIT: My opinion improved the second time around; the later comics were just as good as the early ones.

  • Helmut

    Hulk smashes!Der Hulk ist schon immer einer meiner Lieblings-Marvel-Figuren gewesen. Vielleicht liegt es daran, dass man sich in der Kindheit auch oft unverstanden gefühlt hat, wie der Hulk. Oder dass der einfache Charakter des Hulk es einem leicht macht, seine Motivationen zu verstehen. Vielleicht sind es auch die völlig unmenschlich überproportionierten Körpermaße des Hulk, die einen gewissen "WOW!"-Faktor mit sich bringen. Während die Geschichten nicht der Höhepunkt der Comicschreiberk [...]

  • Holden Attradies

    Like all of the "essential" collections that cover the first decade or so of Marvel comics I thoroughly enjoyed not so much because it was a good read, but because it was good "history". It was very interesting seeing how the Hulk evolved through this volume: how his intelligence slowly dropped over time, how the "mechanics" of how/when/why he changes from and into Bruce Banner changed and evolved. It was incredibly interesting to see how in the first few issues he was banner at day and Hulk at [...]

  • Leah

    The Marvel Essential collections are really good for people who want to read original comic issues in bulk. They're cheap, easy to find, and easy to read. This one, I found especially good. It contains the first twenty or so issues of the original Incredible Hulk series, which contains the origin of the Hulk, and his early adventures. Highly recommended for anyone interested in how the Hulk series first began.

  • Read1000books

    O.k so it's not Shakespeare. But for on-the-nightstand, end of the day, relaxing reading that brings back the nostalgic, carefree days of boyhood, this is perfect.

  • Alan

    I have been dipping in and out of this for a while. I read loads of early hulk in UK reprints growing up but at least 50% of this was new to me. I loved seeing the evolution of the character, they clearly did not have a well defined idea of 'Hulk' at the start, and I had forgotten how much I liked Steve Ditko's Hulk Artwork. Huge variety of art styles throughout. Excellent.

  • Adam

    Neat stuff. It's pretty interesting to see how the Hulk kept evolving. And not by accident it seemed like part of the problem for Banner was that he couldn't rely on the conditions that made him turn into the Hulk to stay the same for very long, and once he became the Hulk, his intelligence level changed a lot, too.Anyway, yet more 1960s classics from Lee/Kirby/etc.

  • Nic Rasmussen

    This is a compilation of some of the first Incredible Hulk issues. It was really fun to read and see the mind set of people at that time, and what their view of power was. While Frankenstein deals with a creation made in the electrical revolution, The Hulk is a story of a creation made during the Atomic revolution. People put their trust in the military and in nuclear power. Very interesting.

  • Sarah

    This is worth reading for any comic book fan. While a lot of the original stories don't exactly hold up nowadays and come across as a little cheesy, it's still fun to see where favorite heroes started.

  • Lyon_Leon

    Mismo origen, misma resolución, aunque ahora los dibujos sean prácticamente pinturas eso no le da ningún aire de profundo. Todos los personajes se mantienen igual en su caracterización. Los diálogos internos de los personajes son muy sosos. Falta de innovación.

  • Daniel

    This was much more interesting than I thought it'd be. The original Hulk was grey and even used complete sentences. He also changes at night to the Hulk and in they Day back to Bruce Banner. Even in his green incarnation he's not stupid; he's just basic.

  • Katrina V.

    I didn't read the whole thing -- just wanted to get a taste for what the Hulk is all about.

  • Brent

    They seemed to have really had a struggle trying to figure out how to use The Hulk, but it's pretty fun watching their efforts.

  • The Third Place A Teen Library

    F LEE eh v.1

  • Dominick

    A whole bunch of major artists put in appearances here—Kirby, Ditko, Buscema, Kane, and others—and provide some lovely pages, but the stories are generally pretty lame.

  • Tome Addiction

    I really enjoyed reading the origin story and the Hulks beginnings. Of course all early superheroes had side kicks, glad The Hulk lost his.

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