Son Of Hulk (2008-2009) Reading Order

The Illuminati sent the Hulk on a mission to space to destroy a sentient satellite, but the mission was also a trick to relocate him to an uninhabited world where he could find peace. Instead, he went off-course and landed on the savage world of Sakaar which challenged even his immense strength and invulnerability. Despite... Continue Reading →

Heartbeaten (1989) Reading Order

Tony Stark is about to face his most crippling defeat ever. But it won't be at the hands of the Mandarin. Instead, Stark's philandering is about to catch up with him in the worst possible way. If that wasn't enough, Iron Man's about to discover a war between two of Marvel's biggest criminal organisations while... Continue Reading →

World War Hulk (2007-2008) Reading Order

Tony Stark and his Illuminati tricked the Hulk and blasted him off into space (during PLANET HULK). And although the Green Goliath fought for his freedom when he crashed on Sakaar, he almost died in the process. But that which didn’t kill him made him stronger… and angrier! He became the King of Sakaar until... Continue Reading →

Secret Wars (1984-1985) Reading Order

The first major Marvel crossover. When Mattel decided to create a toy line based on Marvel characters, they found the two most popular words with boys at the time were 'secret' and 'war'. So, we got Secret Wars. Marvel released a twelve-issue limited series to tie-in with the launch of the figures. What they ended... Continue Reading →

Top Ten John Romita Jr Comics

This week, Eric and Dave dig through their long boxes and shelves to pick some of their favourite stories drawn by legendary artist John Romita Jr. Few artists have been as prolific and influential as JR Jr, arguably the most recognizable artist to ever pencil the heroes of the Marvel universe. From Spider-Man to Superman,... Continue Reading →

MODOK Reading Order: George Tarleton (1967 – present)

The outlandish Jack Kirby design and some weird and wild stories featuring the gigantic-headed sociopath, make it hard not to love this oddball bad guy. The Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing - aka MODOK – has been a thorn in the side of the Hulk, Fantastic Four, Captain America, Iron Man and more while acting as the head (no pun intended)... Continue Reading →

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