HULK stomps into new trade paperback (Mania.com)

By:Christopher Allan Smith
Date: Friday, February 01, 2002
Source: Marvel Comics

Looks like the increasingly popular run of THE HULK, which started in November of last year when writer Bruce Jones, penciler John Romita, Jr., inker Tom Palmer, and cover artist Kaare Andrews took over the title, has prompted Marvel Comics to put out a collected edition of their first story arc. The book collects INCREDIBLE HULK 34-36.



In a press release from Marvel, scripter Jones described the arc as, "a story about one man up against the wall whose worst enemy is himself... You may love the Hulk, or hate him, or admire him, or whatever, but at the end of the day, he's in a class by himself; it's Banner who's most like the rest of us, and it's his psyche I'll be probing."



The collection will hit in February.