Discussion in 'Comic Books and Graphic Novels' started by Paladin, Jun 20, 2007.
Is he walking away, or walking toward. It's like a big green optical illusion....
Looks like they went with a Keown Hulk judging from the proportions.
I wonder if they'd ever make a Kirby or McFairlane style Hulk on film?
cewl I guess I though it was a teaser trailer
Looks like walking toward
He's waiting for a bus!
Maybe a Ford McFairlane.
He's walking away, having thusly decimated Ang Lee's house.....
Sorry. I can't spell his name and typically don't like his work. But his Hulk was unique. Wide, squat, old and monstrous. I still like it, but its not really been replicated lately in the comics.
If this were a direct sequel to the first film, then the mist around him would be his dad!
I would like this movie ending with him turning into the Gray Hulk, but since these movies really aren't geared towards fans, I'm guessing it won't.
My favorite is the Keown Hulk. McFarlane's look like a cross between an Old Hulk, Frankenstein, and a Gorilla.
The Hulk Movies should be something like what the Transformers movie is looking like: NON-STOP ACTION!!! Which means, Hulk smashing everything. If the Bad guy is Abombination, then, everything can get smashed twice.
That looks very promising!
2008 summer movie face off, the Invincible Iron man vs the Incredible Hulk.
that would rock! I wonder who will win...
Damn man! They should have put off WWH for another year!
Oh crap! I hope not as the final fight between father and son was a little too confusing for me. I heard that the Hulk villian will be the Abomination...any true to the rumors?
And I think this teaser poster also appeared in WWH issue 1, yes?
That poster needs the ending "walking away" music from the Hulk TV show.
He's deffinently walking towards. Look at his thumbs. I'm looking forward to this.
Abomination is the villain, and he's being played by Tim Roth. I actually have a few friends working on this movie (it's being filmed in Toronto), and I'm hoping to get a few scoops along the way.
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