Marvel Comics Jade Giant is the subject of this issue of Back Issue! from TwoMorrows Publishing. Discover the facts about the Bronze Age Hulk and those who were responsible for his gigantic adventures during this time in comic book history.
This issue’s cover recreates the classic clash between the Hulk and Wolverine on the front cover of the Incredible Hulk #181: the first full appearance of Marvel’s Adamantium claws Canadian super-hero-Wolverine.
Articles and art in this issue include:
BACK SEAT DRIVER: Editorial by Michael Eury
DC Comics’ Hulkmania during the summer of ’66
FLASHBACK: Hulk Smash: The Incredible Hulk in the 1970s
Creators galore recall the decade of Jim Wilson, Jarella, Wolverine, Hulking out, and more
BACKSTAGE PASS: The Televised Hulk
Series creator Kenneth Johnson certainly isn’t jaded when recalling this TV smash
EPISODE GUIDE: The Incredible Hulk TV Series
PRINCE STREET NEWS: TV Hulk
Richard Simmons as the Hulk? Karl Heitmueller, Jr. is at it again!
FLASHBACK: All About the Green: Hulk Merchandise in the BACK ISSUE Era
Admit it—you’ve got a Hulk Mego on your shelf…
FLASHBACK: Smashing into Syndication: The Incredible Hulk Newspaper Strip
Hulk smash Peanuts! When Ol’ Greenskin was read in black-and-white
WHAT THE--?!: Teen Hulk
Hulkmania (the incredible kind) spawned this Crazy magazine satire
BRING ON THE BAD GUYS: The Abomination: Diary of a Mad Monster
Is Emil Blonsky playing with a full deck?
FLASHBACK: Hulk Smash More: The Incredible Hulk in the 1980s
The eras of two longtime Hulk scribes, Bill Mantlo and Peter David
BACKSTAGE PASS: The Incredible Hulk 1982 Animated Series
The Saturday morning success of some amazing friends led to this super-toon
FLASHBACK: Teaming Up with the Hulk
The Hulk as a “team player” in The Defenders and Marvel Team-Up
OFF MY CHEST: Three Men and a Little Psyche
How Mantlo, David, and Freud redefined the Incredible Hulk
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