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by Harlan Ellison,Roy Thomas,Archie Goodwin,Len Wein,Bill Mantlo,Chris Claremont,Herb Trimpe,Sal Buscema

eBook Incredible Hulk: Heart of the Atom epub
  • ISBN: 078513087X
  • Author: Harlan Ellison,Roy Thomas,Archie Goodwin,Len Wein,Bill Mantlo,Chris Claremont,Herb Trimpe,Sal Buscema
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel (November 12, 2008)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1831 kb
  • FB2 size 1408 kb
  • Formats mbr lrf azw docx


by Harlan Ellison (Author), Roy Thomas (Author), Archie Goodwin (Author), Len Wein (Author), Bill Mantlo (Author) . The actual Heart Of The Atom story is less than 20% of the book while the rest of it is some really terrible stuff from latter issues.

by Harlan Ellison (Author), Roy Thomas (Author), Archie Goodwin (Author), Len Wein (Author), Bill Mantlo (Author), Chris Claremont (Illustrator), Herb Trimpe (Illustrator), Sal Buscema (Illustrator) & 5 more. I wish I had never purchased this book.

It includes The Incredible Hulk (written by Harlan Ellison & Roy Thomas, illustrated by Herb Trimpe & Sam Grainger).

HEART OF THE ATOM is a treat for Hulk fans both old and new, a timeless story of fantasy and tragic romance. It includes The Incredible Hulk (written by Harlan Ellison & Roy Thomas, illustrated by Herb Trimpe & Sam Grainger), (written by Archie Goodwin, illustrated by Herb Trimpe) and Sal Trapani,) (written by Len Wein), illustrated by Sal Buscema & Joe Station) and (written by Bill Mantlo, illustrated by Sal Buscema).

Ellison, Harlan; Thomas, Roy; Goodwin, Archie; Wein, Len; Mantlo, Bill ; Buscema, Sal ; Staton . Destination, rates & speeds. 3. Hulk: Heart of the Atom (Incredible Hulk). Published by Marvel Comics (2012).

Ellison, Harlan; Thomas, Roy; Goodwin, Archie; Wein, Len; Mantlo, Bill ; Buscema, Sal ; Staton, Joe ; Timpe, Herb ; Published by Marvel (2012). ISBN 10: 0785162127 ISBN 13: 9780785162124.

The Hulk can find enemies anywhere, even on a submolecular level - but love long eluded him until his atom-shattering romance . Chris Claremont Harlan Ellison Peter B. Gillis Archie Goodwin Bill Mantlo Roy Thomas Len Wein.

Chris Claremont Harlan Ellison Peter B.

WRITERS: Harlon Ellison, Roy Thomas, Archie Goodwin, Len Wein, Bill Mantlo, Peter Gillis. ARTISTS: Herb Trimpe and Sal Buscema (pencils)l; a ton of inkers and letterers and colorists. And for that, it’s a cool concept. It’s also developed a little further than Doomquest, as Hulk returns there a number of times over the years of publishing.

Len Wein wrote the series from 1974 through 1978. Nearly all of the 1970s issues were drawn by either Herb Trimpe, who was the regular artist for seven years, or Sal Buscema, who was the regular artist for ten years, starting with issue (December 1975). 1974) introduced the character Wolverine, who would go on to become one of Marvel Comics' most popular.

Written by HARLAN ELLISON, ROY THOMAS, CHRIS CLAREMONT, ARCHIE GOODWIN, LEN WEIN, HERB TRIMPE, BILL MANTLO & PETER GILLIS . Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK and and WHAT IF?

Written by HARLAN ELLISON, ROY THOMAS, CHRIS CLAREMONT, ARCHIE GOODWIN, LEN WEIN, HERB TRIMPE, BILL MANTLO & PETER GILLIS Penciled by HERB TRIMPE, SAL BUSCEMA & JOE STATON Cover by HERB TRIMPE & DAVE COCKRUM In the sub-atomic kingdom of K'ai, the Hulk gained Bruce Banner's brain, but lost his heart to the gorgeous green Grace: Jarella! After the sinister Psyklop gets their world in his hands, the atom-crossed couple seeks happiness on Earth, but the odds seem stacked against them in both dimensions! . Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK and and WHAT IF?

Authors: Archie Goodwin, and 7 more. Artists: Joe Staton, and 3 more .

Authors: Archie Goodwin, and 7 more. Published by: Marvel Comics. In the sub-atomic kingdom of K’ai, the Hulk gained Bruce Banner’s brain, but lost his heart to the gorgeous green Grace: Jarella! After the sinister Psyklop gets their world in his hands, the atom-crossed couple seeks happiness on Earth, but the odds seem stacked against them in both dimensions. Will the Hulk save his emerald angel and her war-torn world? Can green hearts be broken? Collecting Incredible Hulk 148, 156, 202-203, 205-207 and 246-248, and What If? #23.

Trade paperback collecting Incredible Hulk Chris Claremont 1. Len Wein 1. Roy Thomas 1. Bill Mantlo 1.

Trade paperback collecting Incredible Hulk & and What If? Note: The contents differ slightly to the previously released Hulk: Heart of the Atom trade. Chris Claremont 1. Archie Goodwin 1. Most issue appearances.

Follows Hulk's adventures as he finds love with the emerald empress on K'ai, leads her people to victory from the tyranny of Psyklop, and then loses the thing he holds most dear when Crypto-Man shatters his romance.
Comments: (6)
Dianantrius
The Hulk journeys to the microscopic world of K’ai where he finds acceptance and even love with the beautiful green-skinned princess Jarellla. In stories penned by Archie Goodwin based on scripts by notables such as Harlan Ellison with art by long time Hulk artists Sal Buscema and Herb Trimpe, several inked by the fine lines of (the late great)John Severin. I remember these stories (originally spread over many issues of the incredible Hulk) had a profound impact on me as a boy reading Hulk in the 70’s. Finally Hulk finds a little peace and acceptance (which you know wouldn’t last). A collection of great hulk stories from the 70’s. Great to see these collected in a single edition (12 issues of this epic story at a great price, includes a one page text recap of the Shaper of World’s issue Hulk #155). Also Includes reprints of the original comic covers and What IF issue #23plus an appendix of the major players.
Yozshugore
I once heard Harlan Ellison talk about his run on The Hulk and this storyline in particular. He was upset with what happened to Jarella and her planet in subsequent issues. "I gave The Hulk a place where he could be a mensch!" These stories are a good, fun read for classic Hulk fans.
Talrajas
This volume collects stories featuring the Incredible Hulk and his microworld love interest ,Jarella. Marvel at the time was exploring old pulp magazine ideas such as the works of H.P. Lovecraft, John Carter of Mars, Doc Samson and Conan the Barbarian. In many ways, the Hulk yarns of this era have a lot in common with those low fantasy genre pieces. The Hulk in this set of collected stories comes off as more human and much smarter than in his old Hulk smash phase. The best stories are the ones written by Steve Engelhart. The artwork of Engelhart's main collaborator,Herb Trimpe, is more innovtive than the usual Jack Kirby swipe Marvel house style. Marvel under the editorial direction of Roy Thomas sought to postion itself as a new culture entertainer. These stories collect some of the best examples of that era.
Freaky Hook
The selling point in this book is the classic Hulk story, the rest is garbage. The actual Heart Of The Atom story is less than 20% of the book while the rest of it is some really terrible stuff from latter issues. I wish I had never purchased this book.
Whitecaster
Wrong image was shown for the product. I did not receive what I thought I ordered, but your in luck because I'm alright with what I received. It just wasn't what I wanted.
Murn
Some of the best and most remembered Hulk stories involve taking the "Green Goliath" out of his natural element and placing him where no one would expect to find him, and the stories collected here are no exception. A swords-and-sorcery fantasy epic in the vein of Conan the Barbarian, tailored for the Hulk, is a surprising deviation from the typical "Hulk vs. the army" stories that were so rampant during this period. Jarella, the green-skinned queen from the microscopic world of K'ai, has since become a beloved part of Hulk lore, and has left such an impact that she is still referenced to this day.

When the issues were first published, they were largely episodic, sometimes separated by years of other Hulk stories in between. Reading them together as a unified piece, the storyline holds together well, with plot and character consistency maintained despite the contributions of several different writers. Harlan Ellison, Roy Thomas, Archie Goodwin, Len Wein, and Bill Mantlo all add to the mythos, each nicely building on what came before.

The stories continue to benefit from the talents of two of the greatest comic book artists ever: Herb Trimpe and Sal Buscema. Both have enjoyed long runs on the Hulk series and have left an indelible stamp on the character, solidifying his "definitive look" in the minds of the public.

The Hulk would revisit Jarella's world a couple of times afterward (those additional stories are now collected in the HULK VISIONARIES: PETER DAVID VOL. 3 and INCREDIBLE HULKS: DARK SON trades), but these are all the stories that directly involve Jarella, from her memorable first appearance to her tragic and untimely death, and finally to her burial and the Hulk's touching farewell. There is also the added bonus of a "What If..." story, exploring the possibilities of what might have been had the Hulk been given a happy ending. Of course, for a character like the Hulk, happy endings are few and far between.

HEART OF THE ATOM is a treat for Hulk fans both old and new, a timeless story of fantasy and tragic romance.
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