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Incredible Hulk By Byrne & Casey Omnibus

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Writer Joe Casey takes the helm to deliver action-packed adventures as Bruce Banner seeks answers about Betty's recent death – while the Hulk battles the Super-Adaptoid, the Circus of Crime and more! Shocking truths are revealed just in time for a seismic clash with the Abomination alongside Thunderbolt Ross! Then, legendary creator John Byrne collaborates with blockbuster artist Ron Garney and more top-tier talent to take the Green Goliath on a frightening journey to the American heartland – and into his own troubled past! Featuring Iron Man and the Avengers, Wolverine, Namor the Sub-Mariner, Thanos, and the powerful mutant X-Man – as well as Greenskin's old sparring partner, the Thing! Plus: The classic savage Hulk rampages once again! Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #468–474, HULK (1999) #1–11, HULK & SUB-MARINER ANNUAL '98, X-MAN & HULK ANNUAL '98, HULK ANNUAL '99 and RAMPAGING HULK (1998) #1–6.

Author Biography:

Writer Joe Casey debuted at Marvel with a long Cable run and a stint on Incredible Hulk. For DC's Wildstorm imprint, Casey wrote Wildcats and cocreated Automatic Kafka and The Intimates; he also wrote DC's Batman- Tenses and Adventures of Superman. For Marvel, he has written Deathlok, Iron Man- The Inevitable, Uncanny X-Men and several "retro" limited series including Avengers- Earth's Mightiest Heroes I and II. With Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau and Steven Seagle, Casey formed the development/production company Man of Action, responsible for animated series including Cartoon Network's Ben 10 and Disney/XD's Ultimate Spider-Man. John Byrne has worked continuously in the comics industry as both writer and artist since 1975. After he initially collaborated with writer Chris Claremont on Iron Fist, Byrne and Claremont moved on to X-Men for a run still regarded as one of the title's finest. Byrne contributed an equally famed stint on Fantastic Four, earning comparisons to the original Lee/Kirby issues for his imaginative plotlines and dynamic artwork. He also spun Alpha Flight into its own title. In 1986, he revamped DC's flagship hero, Superman, reimagining the Man of Steel in a historic project heralded by a Time magazine cover. His remarkable contribution to the Marvel Universe extends to memorable associations with virtually every major hero, including celebrated runs on Captain America, Iron Man, Sensational She-Hulk, Namor the Sub-Mariner and Thing. In the 21st century, Byrne's considerable body of work includes IDW's Star Trek and Angel. A comic artist since the late '90s, Javier Pulido has impressed readers with his graphic style and compelling storytelling on titles such as Amazing Spider-Man, All Select Comics 70th Anniversary Special, Spider-Man Family and the stirring Captain America 65th Anniversary Special written by Ed Brubaker. Pulido wowed fans with his She-Hulk collaboration with writer Charles Soule. Artist Ed McGuinness came to prominence with his work on Harris Comics' Vampirella and Marvel's Deadpool. At Awesome Entertainment, McGuinness participated in a Fighting American revamp with writer Jeph Loeb, who would become a longtime collaborator. A short run on WildStorm's Mr. Majestic led to a longer one on DC Comics' Superman and the launch of Superman/Batman with Loeb. Back at Marvel, McGuinness reunited with Loeb for Fallen Son- The Death of Captain America, Hulk and Avengers- X-Sanction before launching Amazing X-Men with Jason Aaron. McGuinness has reteamed with his Deadpool scribe Joe Kelly for Spider-Man/Deadpool and with Aaron on a blockbuster relaunch of Avengers. Having begun his career on G.I. Joe, Eisner Award-nominated artist Ron Garney is known for well-received runs on Captain America and Amazing Spider-Man. He has teamed with writer Jason Aaron on Wolverine, Wolverine Weapon X and Ultimate Captain America. Garney has also contributed design work to such films as Will Smith's I Am Legend and Nicolas Cage's The Sorcerer's Apprentice. His later Marvel work includes Uncanny X-Force and a collaboration with Charles Soule on Daredevil. Garney reunited with Aaron on Thor- God of Thunder and then the creator-owned Men of Wrath for Marvel's Icon imprint.
Release date Australia
May 28th, 2024
  • General (US: Trade)
  • Illustrated by Javier Pulido
768 Illustrations, unspecified
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