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    Default When Walter Simonson Tweets The Hulk

    Walter Simonson has been tweeting panels and pages in pencil and ink from his upcoming run on Indestructable Hulk with Mark Waid.... have a peek.


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    Hulk with mjolnir... sweet.
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    Simonson is truly one of the all-time greats. I never get tired of his work.

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    Pretty pictures.
    God this comic is gonna be on hell of a ride.
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    On page design and story telling alone the man is a genius.
    Mike H., sleeve and smokescreen like this.
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    Dammit, Walt. You're going to make me break down and buy a $4 Marvel book, aren't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H. View Post
    Dammit, Walt. You're going to make me break down and buy a $4 Marvel book, aren't you?
    nah, the overpriced hardcover!
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    Simonson still has it, and from the looks of things will retain said 'it' for several more decades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CammyKnoxville View Post
    Simonson still has it, and from the looks of things will retain said 'it' for several more decades.
    He never lost 'it'! Since Thor he has done DC's Multiversity and an Elric prequel both written by Michael Moorcock. The artwork in both are excellent (though the story in the Elric prequel is a bit mediocre). He recently did an OGN for DC called Judas Coin, which I haven't read, but again flicking through it his artwork is awesome.

    I really like Leinil Yu on Hulk (though I'm less than keen on the colourist), but am incredibly excited about Simonson's upcoming arc. I would love to have alternate Hulk arcs from Yu and Simonson.

    Along with John Byrne and Frank Miller, Walter Simonson represents the high point of 80s Marvel comics art. I think he has aged much better than the other two, though I think Byrne still has 'it', Miller definitely doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uz000 View Post
    He never lost 'it'! Since Thor he has done DC's Multiversity and an Elric prequel both written by Michael Moorcock. The artwork in both are excellent (though the story in the Elric prequel is a bit mediocre). He recently did an OGN for DC called Judas Coin, which I haven't read, but again flicking through it his artwork is awesome.

    I really like Leinil Yu on Hulk (though I'm less than keen on the colourist), but am incredibly excited about Simonson's upcoming arc. I would love to have alternate Hulk arcs from Yu and Simonson.

    Along with John Byrne and Frank Miller, Walter Simonson represents the high point of 80s Marvel comics art. I think he has aged much better than the other two, though I think Byrne still has 'it', Miller definitely doesn't.
    You mustn't have read Holy Terror. It featured the best comic book art in the last 2 or 3 years, probably the last decade. And Miller showed that he is still evolving as a penciller/inker

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