A look back to 25 years ago, when Peter David's epic run on Incredible Hulk came to an end with a touching farewell to the characters in the series
Marvel's new Hulk series features Bruce Banner reliving the most monstrous (and terrifying) era of his life as the Jade Behemoth.
2003's Hulk wasn't the most beloved outing for the Green Goliath. That said, its teaser trailer set up something terrifying for the audience.
A new villain has placed a bounty on the Hulk's head, and all of the monsters of the Marvel Universe are obliged to hunt down the jade giant
The Incredible Hulk gives Bruce Banner a new status quo going forward — and seems to take similar storytelling cues that benefited Hellboy.
Marvel characters like Miles Morales and Wolverine would make exciting DLCs for the new Street Fighter 6.
Select members of the Fantastic Four, X-Men and Avengers only need one ability or power to be the most powerful Marvel heroes.
The most popular heroes in Marvel Comics achieved victories over the greatest threats in the universe, from the Phoenix Force to Galactus.
The Incredible Hulk has long been Marvel's strongest Avenger, but two brutal future versions of the character could each contend on their own for the title of Strongest of Them All.
The Hulk's previous book wasn't what some fans expected, but his newest title is taking things back to the horrifying success of Immortal Hulk.
Marvel's prehistoric villains left Bruce Banner calling on his most horrifying persona, fueled by something more devastating than rage.
Marvel is giving the Hulk a reboot that takes the Jade Giant in a new and different direction that calls back to his comic book roots.
Fans have seen more than one powerset tempt even heroes like Superman into villainy. Even powers like invisibility can corrupt the kindest heroes.