“I” Is For …
… The Incredible Hulk! (1962)
The Hulk has had a lot of interpretations through the years, but my favorite is the loud, dumb, and heartfelt version most frequently seen in the Incredible Hulk, especially in its Silver and Bronze Age incarnations.
Puny Banner! General Thunderbolt Ross! The Hulkbusters! A non-stop parade of gamma-irradiated super-baddies! I love it. I even warmed up to Herb Trimpe’s iconic take on the Hulk, after I studied him a bit and saw what he could do when his breakneck Marvel deadlines allowed him to apply himself.
Plus, it was thanks to collecting the Incredible Hulk that I own the single most valuable comic in my collection … even if I did cut it up as a kid.
Tell me about your own “I” book favorites!
- Infinity Gauntlet (1991)
- Inhumans (1975)
- The Invaders (1975)
- Iron Fist (1975)
- Iron Man (1968)
- Infinity, Inc. (1984)
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