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Essential Rampaging Hulk, Vol. 1 (Essential Rampaging Hulk #1)

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This title features rarely seen moments of Hulk's history, including aliens, magic, horror and wonder - the full gamut for Marvel's great green giant.
Paperback, 584 pages
Published June 11th 2008 by Marvel (first published June 25th 2007)
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Skjam!
Apr 24, 2016 Skjam! rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Hulk fans
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Doctor Bruce Banner was one of the nation’s top physicists, and an expert in gamma radiation, when he was drafted into creating a new kind of nuclear weapon called a “gamma bomb.” Just before the device was about to go off, Dr. Banner saw a young man (soon to be known as Rick Jones) driving into the danger area. Ordering the test delayed, Banner went out to save the boy. But a Communist agent prevented the order from being received in hopes of killing Banner and crippling America’s bomb ...more
Mike Clooney
Mar 10, 2013 Mike Clooney rated it it was ok
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I've been a big supporter of the Marvel Essentials line from the beginning. They're bargain volumes with a lot of pages for the price, and have collected a lot of obscure Bronze Age material never reprinted elsewhere. Case in point: The Hulk's late-1970s magazine-format adventures presented here. Many fans balk at the black-and-white Essentials, but since the majority of stories in this book were originally published in B&W, you can feel content that you're reading them as they were intended ...more
Chadwick
Jun 27, 2008 Chadwick rated it really liked it
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This is a totally fun collection of non-canonical Hulk stories printed in The Rampaging Hulk magazine, a black-and-white publication intended to cash in on the more adult Hulk fan-base created by the Bill Bixby TV series. Still pretty silly stuff, but Banner is portrayed in the more wandering stranger manner that Bixby made famous. Thankfully, most of the real-estate in this collection in given over to the Incredible Hulk going on rampages and smashing stuff. Along the way, he fights terrorists, ...more
Rich Meyer
Dec 21, 2012 Rich Meyer rated it it was ok
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Nothing about this book is "essential" by any meaning of the word. In fact, the first nine issues were declared to be "imaginary stories" a few years later, since they played so fast and loose with Marvel Comics continuity. About the only things of any note that came out of this book were establishing that Bruce Banner had been an abused child, and the excellent Moon Knight feature penciled by Bill Sienkiewicz.

The Rampaging Hulk was originally a magazine-sized black-and-white comic, and featured
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Feb 13, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it liked it
Great old Hulk stories. I read these in the original magazines a few years ago. This is a great reprint of those stories. Recommended
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