The Incredible Hulk Visionaries: Peter David, Vol. 3

SC, TPB, NM, NEW, CELLO, Written by PETER DAVID and STEVE ENGLEHART Art by JEFF PURVES, ALEX SAVIUK, and KEITH POLLARD Cover by JEFF PURVES Published in May of 2006, Softcover, 192 pages, full color Cover price 19.99.
The Incredible Hulk Visionaries Peter David Vol SC TPB NM NEW CELLO Written by PETER DAVID and STEVE ENGLEHART Art by JEFF PURVES ALEX SAVIUK and KEITH POLLARD Cover by JEFF PURVES Published in May of Softcover pages full color C

  • Title: The Incredible Hulk Visionaries: Peter David, Vol. 3
  • Author: Peter David Alex Saviuk Keith Pollard Jeff Purves
  • ISBN: 9780785120957
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Incredible Hulk Visionaries: Peter David, Vol. 3”

    1. I really don't care much for Joe Fix-It. I just want the Hulk to be doing Hulk things. Peter David started out great with his first couple of issues, all leading up to the Leader. That was stuff I enjoyed reading. The only times I really enjoyed this volume were the two issues the Hulk ends up fighting the Thing. Those issues have the energy and fun I want in a Hulk story, but none of the Las Vegas business I'm bored with.I also am having a hard time believing people are not recognizing the Hulk [...]

    2. I have to give David credit for jettisoning the supporting cast and building an entirely new life for the title character in Las Vegas. It was a brave move and it worked pretty well. These are solid Hulk comics, better than almost any issues that came before.

    3. Three volumes in, I have to conclude that while I've enjoyed other stories by Peter David, his Hulk run isn't for me. Part of the problem is the character. The Hulk here isn't the mindless beast he's generally represented as; instead, he's a nasty, amoral strongarm man. But while other characters, notably his girlfriend, talk up his supposed redeeming qualities, nothing on the page makes him pleasant to spend time with.Beyond that, the stories are pretty weak. We kick off with a team of robot me [...]

    4. The Hulk’s Las Vegas adventures continue in the third installment of the HULK VISIONARIES: PETER DAVID series. Living the good life as the enforcer “Mr. Fixit”, the Hulk finally has everything he wants: status, respect, a purpose, and most of all, no Bruce Banner. Peter David’s development of the original, once-ignored concept of the Hulk is impressive. The gray Hulk may lack the childlike innocence and tragic loneliness of his later green incarnation, but he is a richly complex and mult [...]

    5. I can't get enough of Mr. Fixit! I've never seen the Hulk like this and it doesn't get old! In this volume, Hulk teams up with Spidey against some cyborg mercenaries and then takes on spiky Thing at Doctor Doom's urging. Then we find out what happened after the gamma explosion that destroyed the town in volume 2--Hulk gets called back to Jarella's world (I haven't a clue, but it's a great pre-Planet Hulk Planet Hulk-type story. Hulk always looks and read great in classic fantasy settings), where [...]

    6. I'm still wandering through classic comics. This time it's Peter David's run on The Incredible Hulk.The Hulk is one of the most difficult characters in comics to write for. By definition, he's not a well-rounded personality: he's an embodiment of rage and isolation. He's an anti-hero whose only ambition is to be left alone to stew in his own misery. Most Hulk plots boil down to, "Somebody bothers Hulk, Hulk tries to avoid problem, Hulk get angry, Hulk smash problem."David does the best he can wi [...]

    7. These stories are still fun, but the book takes a hit losing Todd McFarlane on art. Not to mention the main plot of these Joe Fixit stories aren't as interesting to me as what Peter David was dealing with when he first took over Hulk. Hopefully, this is just a minor lull in this otherwise classic run.

    8. This is really for those who can appreciate a nice chunk of Marvel Nostalgia from the 80's.Gray Hulk is such a cool and strange character.Also gotta love those crazy Peter David story lines with that sweet Todd Mcfarlane Hulk art.

    9. A lot of folks don't seem to care much for the part of David's run where the Hulk works for the casino boss. So far, I've found it to be an enjoyable little story!

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