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The Hulk TV and Collectible Cards!

The Hulk TV and Collectible Cards! - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Hulk mania isnt just in movie theaters. If ya dig the green guy, check out the cool Incredible Hulk DVD and Hulk trading cards. Theyre incredible!

The Hulk DVD - Not the Movie!

Just can't get enough of that sulky, Hulky stuff? You are in luck, Wendigo! For the first time on DVD comes the animated and adventurey, Incredible Hulk. This 1996 version of the big, green machine spills on the origin of Mr. Personality and his alter-ego, Bruce Banner. Also included are interviews, a trivia/behind-the-scenes option and a bonus episode of the Lichtenstein-like 1966 series that was more of a televised comic than an animated cartoon. Even though this 1996 Hulk is far better than its pop art predecessor, it's still the Hulk. No snappy chat, no cool weapons or powers. All we get time and time again is Hulk smash! Hulk bash! It is pretty true to the original comic though, with the Hulk rising from the explosion grey and then turning green soon after, and it's great to see the Leader (green, big brain you can't miss him!) but Bruce Banner is no Peter Parker. After a while that strong, silent routine gets a little moldy.

The Incredible Hulk Trading Cards

If you like your Hulk on the smallish size, Topps has unleashed a smash-tacular 72 card all-art Hulk series. Along with current and vintage cover art, these cards showcase the many artists who have penciled and painted the not-so-jolly green over the years. From Kirby to Romita, McFarlane to Buscema, all the greats of Marveldom are here and yours to trade. Just don't make them angry!

Rating:4

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