SDCC: Marvel: Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends Panel
As Marvel finally confirmed in San Diego, Hulk #25 is the first issue by the new creative team of writer Jeff Parker and artist Gabriel Hardman. Above is the cover by Ed McGuinness, which I think was previously released with a blacked-out Hulk. Now you can see Iron Man beat on Thunderbolt Ross’s alter ego in all its glory.
More art and a press release about the new creative team from Marvel after the jump …
Parker And Hardman Take Over HULK!
Following the chart-topping epic from Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness’ on Hulk, Jeff Parker and Gabriel Hardman take the reins in Hulk #25! This all-new creative team will shine new light on one of the most talked about characters in comics today, Red Hulk, in a smashing tale of redemption and rage!
“This is a true dream team for me. ” explains Mark Paniccia, Senior Editor, “Jeff, Gabriel and Elizabeth [Breitweiser] are some of the most talented creators in the industry and the book couldn’t be in better hands.”
Jeff Parker, new Hulk writer, echoes those sentiments, “Hardman and I are ready to step up to the big show and take you and Big Red to wild new territory. In short, we want to bring the sense of danger and discovery that Kirby and Lee did in the early 60’s now– to give you a true 21st Century Hulk.”
New series artist Gabriel Hardman adds, “We’re going to bring a different sensibility to Red Hulk while still delivering the same huge impact as the guys who started this book!”
You can’t miss the debut of Hulk #25 this September, when Parker and Hardman unleash the Red Hulk!
HULK #25 (JUL100592)
HULK #25 TAN VARIANT (JUL100593)
HULK #25 WRAPAROUND VARIANT (JUN108156)
Written by JEFF PARKER
Penciled by GABRIEL HARDMAN
Cover by ED MCGUINNESS
Variant Cover by BILLY TAN
Wraparound Variant by GABRIEL HARDMAN
Rated T+ …$3.99
FOC – 8/19/10, On-Sale – 9/8/10