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Like I said in my previous post, I was going to go through my entire collection of comic books, which consists of 14 long boxes and comes to a total count of 3375 separate comic books spanning over 224 different titles. WOW!!
To date, I am currently trying to keep current on about 32 titles myself. Ranging from Amazing Spider-Man, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 , City of Others , Incredible Hulk, Sensational Spider-Man, Walking Dead, and more.
What is next? Well, now I can focus more on other more important things.. this is one of those that you you need to do about once a year, otherwise it just gets out of control.
Civil War is going to get a taste of the incredible in the pages of Incredible Hulk #100 as the seeds are planted for next year’s epic World War Hulk. The milestone centennial issue of Incredible Hulk will feature a back-up story penned by Greg Pak with pencils by Gary Frank bringing to readers a very important Civil War story that examines whether the Illuminati was justified in banishing the Hulk into space. Plus, learn more about the Thor clone that debuted in Civil War #3 and killed Goliath in Civil War #4.
Not only will this Hulk-sized issue contain an important Civil War back-up story and reprints of the Incredible Hulk #3, #143, and #152, but this issue continues the instant-classic Planet Hulk story as the next chapter, “Planet Hulk: Allegiance,” begins.
Like the “Road to Civil War” issues, which sold out quickly and had multiple reprintings, Incredible Hulk #100 is sure to be a red-hot issue as the road to next year’s big event, World War Hulk, begins here!
Will the Hulk save Sakaar from the planet’s greatest enemies or will he fulfill the prophecy of the Sakkarson and be revealed as the Worldbreaker? It’s an all-out smash-fest as the Hulk and Caiera the Oldstrong lead their warriors against the horrifying Spikes. And amidst the battle, Miek undergoes a shocking development.
There are 100 reasons not to miss Incredible Hulk #100: Civil War, Planet Hulk, Greg Pak, the return of Carlo Pagulayan, Gary Frank penciling Hulk again, classic Hulk stories, and the list goes on.
Today was Free Comic Book Day all over the place. This was my first time going. I never went to any of the others because the close comic book store to me is about 45min away, so to drive that, there and back just didn’t add up in book.
I think that this is a great idea, helps to keep one of my childhood past time alive and kicking, good to see the turn out of all the next wave of comic book readers and collectors pouring into the stores and just sucking it up.
I am not sure how other store are doing this FCBD, but you were allowed to take 2 free comics from what was out on the table and if you were lucky enough to ‘ask’ for it, you would get the exclusive STARGATE SG-1 General Jack O’Neill (T-shirt) action figure.
That was it? Just a couple of free comic books? No artists, no writers, no contests? Yikes!
As it turns out, perhaps Stan Lee has a new idea to help along the trade. He is part of a new reality series coming out looking for a new Super Hero:
The creator of Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk is on the hunt for a new superhero, and he plans to find it on reality TV.
Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee said Friday that his new reality show “Who Wants to be a Superhero?” breaks new ground.
“I’ve never lived in a world of reality,” quipped the 83-year-old writer. Eleven wannabe superheros Ã¢ï¿½?ï¿½ï¿½?ï¿½ whittled down from 200 Ã¢ï¿½?ï¿½ï¿½?ï¿½ are set to compete in the show, which is scheduled to premiere July 26 on the Sci-Fi channel.
The winning superhero will be the star of a new comic book created by Lee. The reported catch-phrase for those who don’t make the cut? “Turn in your spandex!”
Update: Now this is how Free Comic Book Day could be done.