Longtime Hulk fans recall this odd (but very memorable) Marvel magazine of the late-70s, THE RAMPAGING HULK! Due to the success of their b/w line of more adult-aimed mags, Marvel decided to launch one of their swingin' superheroes into that drama-drenched arena (tho why they picked one known for his color to helm a black-and-white book is a real mystery)! The publication was adored by fans, as it featured not only top-notch art and stories, but also special features, such as powerful pin-ups by colossal comics artists (Ernie Chan, Terry Austin, and others)! The mag later converted to full-color, hence the amazing fully-hued art below! Click below to take a peek at some of these pulse-pounding pages, Hulkophile!
|Above: A great illo by Mike Zeck, who'd soon be drawing |
CAPTAIN AMERICA for Marvel! Note the position of the driver's side on the
cab, indicating that this was possibly originally created for a UK comic!
|Above: Art by Ernie Chan, who, at the time, also enjoyed |
a long run drawing the Hulk's color comic adventures!
|Above: Art by Gene Colan, with Rudy Nebres and Peter Ledger!|
|Above: Art by Walt Simonson!|
|Above: Art by Ed Hannigan!|
|Above: Art by Brent Anderson!|
|Above: Art by Terry Austin!|