Wednesday, 20 February 2013

THE BRITISH HULK - PART THREE...

 
 
Oh, you lucky peeps! Here's HULK COMIC #3 from 1979 to thrill and
entertain you, and show you what you were missing if you weren't around
at the time. (Or were around at the time, but not buying Hulk Comic.) Just
think, we Brits had our very own Hulk stories, lovingly hand-crafted on
these fair shores - just for us! (Although at least one tale did turn up in
the back of a U.S. colour Marvel reprint mag, I believe.)
 
Anyway, better not hold you back from the excitement that
awaits you - get stuck in!


















5 comments:

Steven Thompson said...

A few years back I downloaded a compilation of all the Black Knight stories from this series and I have to say I was very impressed. Not so much with the others from what I've seen. Never liked NIGHT RAVEN, even when Alan Moore took a turn on him in DAREDEVILS.

Kid said...

John Stokes, who drew the Black Knight strips, also drew Star Trek for Valiant & TV21 back in the early '70s (there's an example floating around on my blog) - and it was absolutely superb. I bought the 5 Panini/Marvel Captain Britain volumes which also reprinted the BK tales from Hulk Comic, so I've now got the complete run.

Hush's comic book world said...

I think this is the issue I have will check at the weekend as all my old uk comics are there.
Moore did Night Raven? that explains why I have a Rorschach feeling when I see/read it.

Paul Daniell said...

Had a check at the parents yesterday
don't have issue 3 any more but do have issues 6,47,48,54 and 55 some in better condition then others.
sat on the floor of me old room at home and read them brings back memories lol

Below is a link of the issues i have if any one is intrested in having a look.

http://i451.photobucket.com/albums/qq235/hush77hush/93ea02c1-4a60-45d1-a8d7-f9666a564973_zpsa969ab62.jpg

Kid said...

You must've felt like you were a little boy again, eh? It's good being able to time-hop on occasions such as these.