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The original comic series created in 1962 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby was intended to last just six issues. Yet Marvel execs found that the Hulk - like nearly every hero and villain in comics - is very difficult to kill.
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

Once-bankrupt comics publisher comes back with a vengeance. The Hulk's creator, Marvel Entertainment, has seen a string of box-office successes derived from its stable of super-heroes that have made it to the big screen.
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

It's gonna be a monster of a weekend. A 15-foot-tall green giant versus a 15-year-old boy wizard? Not even champion movie producer Samuel Z. Arkoff could have dreamed that up.
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

Hulk does not get miffed... Hulk does not get teed off, perturbed or a little bit hot under the collar. Hulk does not get difficult, dyspeptic or obstreperous. Hulk does not get a bee in his bonnet. Hulk does not wake up on the wrong side of the bed... Hu
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

"'Hulk' has the ripped gusto of a pop myth being reinvented. It’s excessive and too long, but with exciting macho blows it pounds away at machismo."
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

Now here is a critic that we can believe without reservation. A real college student newspaper review of the Hulk Movie.... "The film succeeds so wonderfully due in no small part to Lee's effort and interpretation."
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

This critic says the movie is great to look at, but a little flat. Yet its not really negative..."Fans of the comic book will probably be pleased and thrill seekers in general will get plenty to chew on... Ang Lee's film version of Stan Lee's Marvel comic
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

It's a battle of the merchandising giants.
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/19/2003

Don't forget that tonight you've got some TV viewing to do! If you want to see the new Punisher clip that will be shown in the Hulk Movie Previews, be sure to watch Access Hollywood. Also, the Sci-Fi Channel Special - Hulk: The Lowdown airs tonigh
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

Lee is tickled green that the Hulk
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

"Having seen the film, the special effects and the action, there is the balance with what was done when I wasn't there . . . because when I was working it felt like an intense psychodrama."
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

An NBC affiliate in Chicago did this nifty quiz we thought you
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

As Bruce Banner’s father, his own genetic alterations cause him to meld with the objects with which he comes into contact, which of course was the domain of Industrial Light and Magic.
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

Back in October 2001, Universal Pictures announced that Eric Bana would play the lead role as Dr. Bruce Banner in "The Hulk." The response from fans was a collective, "Who?"
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

In spite of the flaws, Hulk succeeds in what it sets out to be: a mix of high-octane summer action and moody drama. No Hulk fan, particularly one who loved the Hulk vs. military leg of the character's long-running exploits, will be disappointed by the mov
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

Why Is the Hulk the Rage? Look Toward the Green Monster Within
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

Hulk Movie director Ang Lee's on the small side. But, he got to be "The Hulk" for a crucial time while the movie was being made.
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

...I took a lot of — King Kong, Beauty And The Beast, obviously. When he put her on the car top like King Kong when he has to fight those dogs. The way he sees her (soounds like: melt), that’s kind of King Kong. But I mix a lot of elements — Frankenstein
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

We're getting news from fans that one of the Previews you'll see at the Hulk Movie will be of the Punisher Movie! Not only that, but the clip will also air tonight on ET. Check your local listings!
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003

Don't miss the Sci-Fi Hulk Movie special tonight! Click the link for times.
EarthsMightiestAdmin - 6/18/2003