It looks like Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell launches today on several platforms just in time to build some hype for the Dr. Strange movie coming out shortly. At 70 minutes plus, the story appears to have Doc Strange summoning Hulk to help battle monsters in New York city. But not just any kind of monster — teenagers have been unwittingly transformed into monsters (any of us with teenagers know that this isn’t a stretch). The first review was posted at Screen Rant, click here to read. It’s Hulk so, of course, I will be watching and hoping for an entertaining hour or so this weekend if I can find it somewhere. Post your reviews if you see it!
With Halloween coming up, I had to share this Woolworth/Woolco commercial from the 70’s. I was the Hulk in this costume 2 years in a row so this will always be a personal favorite, even with all the great versions that are being made currently. Anyone else wear this? Note: this will date you.
I love all the costumes that come out during the large cons and this is one of the better Hulk versions that I have seen. Especially impressive in this costume that it is home made and the first time the guy tackled something like this. Enjoy!
If you are attending the New York Comic Con this weekend you will be able to see the new Hulk animated movie from Marvel,Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell. For the rest of us, I imagine a release later this month will soon be announced. This sounds good – can’t wait to check it out!
See below for the announcement details from comicbookmovies.com.
WORLD PREMIERE: Marvel’s Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell Sunday, October 9 – 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM – Room 1A06
Join Marvel Animation for the world premiere of the new animated film, Marvel’s Hulk: Where Monsters Dwell! This spooky, action-packed, feature-length film follows Hulk, Doctor Strange and the Howling Commandos on a mission to stop Nightmare from conquering the world. Cort Lane (SVP, Animation and Family Entertainment) will join you to host this exciting, family-friendly premiere in Room 1A06 – can’t wait to see you there!
I recently posted about a great experience getting Hulk artwork from Alan Davis and Mark Farmer. A friend of mine appreciated the art as well and asked to add some colors. Paul Downey did the amazing digital coloring art as pictured below. Thanks Paul – looks GREAT!
Any Alan Davis fans out there? Mark Farmer? I am a huge fan of both, especially when their artistic creativity is combined. If you are an Alan Davis fan, you know that getting commissioned art from him is not easy. He doesn’t take commission requests, save quick head shots at conventions. If you are looking for a full figure piece, the only way to get one is when he brings a few pre-done pieces along to a convention. You have to be quick and lucky as these pieces generally sell very early at the shows. I love the way that Alan Davis draws the Hulk so adding a nice piece in my collection has been a goal for many years. To my surprise, this masterpiece was available earlier this year and I jumped. Fast forward a few months and an overseas commission to have Mark Farmer add inks, and I am the lucky owner of this piece. I couldn’t be happier. Another one off the collecting bucket list.
Enjoy! Stay tuned for a colored version by the very talented Paul Downey!