RAMPAGING HULK #8
Date: Apr 1978
Cover Price: $1.00
Featuring a George Pérez pinup.
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"A Gathering of Doom" (22 pages)
||Doug Moench, Dave Kraft, Steve Gerber
||Herb Trimpe, Alfredo Alcala, George Perez, Alan Kupperberg, Rod Santiago, Rudy Mesina
Hulk's Rogues Gallery
posted Jun 18, 2014, 12:49 AM by Vu Nguyen
Black and White Wednesday: The Hulk's Rogues Gallery by Giffen and Perez
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
just want to be left alone. Hulk
smash puny Groovy Agent to shut him up, now puny Groove-ophiles start piling in on Hulk
. What do you want from Hulk
, puny Groove-ophiles? Black and white stories? Hulk
's black and white stories are in Essential Rampaging Hulk
trade paperbacks. Go to comics store and stop bothering Hulk
will SMASH! Why do you not leave? What? Not leaving until you get black and white "fix"? You are making Hulk
angry. Bah. Here, Hulk
find some black and white stuff. Not stories, but pictures of people Hulk
fight with (from Rampaging Hulk
#'s 4 and 8). Pictures by Bag-On-Head Man (Keith Giffen) and Loud-Flower-Shirt Man (George Perez) look nice. Hulk
not like looking at them much, though. Make Hulk'
s head hurt trying to remember them. Make Hulk
angry looking at them. Sunglasses Man (David Anthony Kraft) put lots of
words on them anyway. Here. Look at them. Hope you are happy.
Item number 2257504650: THE RAMPAGING HULK #8 NM 1978 THE ORIGINAL AVENGERS!
Start time: Jul-15-04 17:30:00 PDT
Ends Jul-25-04 17:30:00 PDT
contributing writers: Doug Moench, Dave Kraft, Steve Gerber
contributing artists: Herb Trimpe, Alfredo Alcala, George Perez, Alan Kupperberg,
Rod Santiago, Rudy Mesina
This magazine is in outstanding investment-grade condition having been carefully stored since it was originally
purchased nearly 30 years ago!
This giant black-and-white magazine was published by Marvel to allow their creators the freedom of presenting
great Hulk stories without the restrictions and censorship of the Comics Code Authority (which has been censoring
color comics since the late-1950's).
This issue features two great stories! In "A Gathering of Doom" the Hulk battles the original Avengers (Thor, Iron Man,
Ant Man and The Wasp) in a story set in the early days of Marvel by Doug Moench and Herb Trimpe! The second story is
"Earth Shall Have A New Master" featuring Bloodstone and a surprise ending (by Steve Gerber and Alan Kupperberg).
There is also a special feature in this issue - a Hulk "Gallery of Villains" by David Kraft with early artwork by George