10/04/2013


Here's the ultimate DC\Marvel  cross-over: Super-Hulk.

Eye Catching Art - Hulk smash bird! Hulk smash plane!! HULK SMASH BUILDING IN SINGLE SMASH!!!!


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What do you think of Super-Hulk?

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25 comments:

TS Hendrik said...

Makes you wonder what HIS Doomsday would look like...

Pat Dilloway said...

That would be pretty scary.

Tony Laplume said...

Well, there was that period where Superman was overloaded with solar-powered energy. He turned into, well, a hulk. But he wasn't green.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That's almost demonic...

DAVID WALSTON said...

The first one looks like he is from the 90's comic books, overly muscled up.
What would be his weakness?

Yolanda Renee said...

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Yolanda Renee said...

Oh, and as far as the Hulk being a superman - not a good idea, except in bizarro world! Besides who's going to write his text at the newspaper? LOL

jeremy [retro] said...

but why is the hulk superman. it's a halloween costume?

Tony Laplume said...

A Big Mac.

MedeiaSharif said...

They don't go together, but I'm looking at this sight. My brain is going haywire.

Milo James Fowler said...

SuperSMASH!

3guys1movie said...

Super Hulk smash!

Swansea Till I Die! said...

Didnt the target market for this grow up watching Power Rangers turning into giant robots to fight giant baddies every week?

Craig said...

I can agree with that. I loved the movie and right now it still holds the tile of Movie of the Year for me.

Anonymous said...

Please get your facts right before you comment.
Del Toro didn't even know what the hell Evangelion was. Besides, before you say Evangelion, why don't you give the other animes some thought? Some like, oh, I don't know, Mazinger Z or Grendizer. Hell, even Voltron!

Anonymous said...

Reason 1: You hit the mark. It's a shame, really. At least I was fortunate enough to know Godzilla (from the first movie) since I was a toddler.
Reason 2: Just because Transformers got all the attention doesn't mean that Pacific Rim was somewhat copying it. The genre of Giant Robots vs. Giant Monsters has existed for a long time.
Reason 3: Er, of course the movie was based on the fights. It's a movie about giant robots fighting giant monsters. Did you seriously expect to sit down and listen to a bunch of dialogue and not see at least 5 minutes of fighting?
Reason 4: I thought Idris Elba WAS a big name. Besides, didn't you hear that Tom Cruise was originally considered for Pentecost's role?
Reason 5: Not sure if he really is a Blockbuster director or not, but I'm pretty sure people know who he is.
Reason 6: That's why people watch trailers and read about it before spending their money on it. Nonetheless, the more popular movies are always going to take the cake anyway.

Anonymous said...

Now, I respect your opinions and understand where you are coming from, but I respectfully disagree with your opinions.
I understand that the plot was predictable, as in Mako going to pilot Gipsy Danger. You kind of had to watch the movie to find out other stuff after that.
The science was not a joke. It seemed realistic, even if there was some comedy involved.
Erm, let me tell you that this movie DID in fact do well. Maybe it didn't do so well in America (mainly pertaining to reason 6 in the list), but it did nicely internationally. It made $200+ million more than what it cost to be made.

Anthony said...

Am I missing something? That movie flopped?!!? I thought that movie was amazing. I had goose bumps watching that movie. What's not to like? Monsters. check. Robots. check. good actors. check. I thought it was exactly what every person with testosterone pumping through their veins wanted.

... said...

giant robots fighting giant monsters isnt exactly a creative idea... I don't think he would need to watch an anime to get the idea for the movie.

jonnysw said...

Interesting in perspective 4 months later, which its true it 'flopped' in the US, it made what..400+ million overseas.

skeletony said...

If you mean to say that most 'giant monster' movies turn out to be lame then you would be correct. But there is nothing inherently lame in the concept of giant monsters attacking. Unrealistic? Certainly! Could never happen in a million years (same can be said for Psychics, angels, gods, vampires etc.)! But as a mythology the Kaiju thing has as much merit as superheroes, interstellar sci-fi movies etc.


Cloverfield was a very good film itself and proof of the concept's value. The upcoming Godzilla looks to be an exciting movie that goes back to the roots of the 'King of the Monsters' only replacing cheesy rubber suits and toys/models with CGI. Peter Jackson's King Kong is, like Cloverfield (only better)another credit to the sub-genre.

WoodyTanaka said...

I disagree. I believe that the concept of the giant monster is, itself, inherently lame. I think there's a lot of people who want it not to be, but I think they are fooling themselves.



Cloverfield was weak. It was only the distraction of the "found footage" nonsense that masked that weakness. "King Kong" was bad, over-bloated filmmaking.

skeletony said...

You have to be trolling here. Jackson's King Kong was the first really good Kong movie made. Not perfect (he overdoes it with the CGI 'close call' chase scenes) but a masterful rendition all the same.
Re: Cloverfield - I understand the 'found footage' films have gotten redundant and the constant 'shaky camera' work can get annoying, but Cloverfield was a very good take on the 'giant monster attacking a major city' movies. I have my own criticisms of it but let's not be absurd.

Godzilla said...

This is pitiful, you forgot to point out the terrible acting and pitiful dialogue. Too much back story and not enough monsters. Also, predictable story line that was written by a 12 year old. I obssesed over Godzilla movies when I was younger and this crap brought tears of pain to my eyes. All I could think of is who the fuck writes this shit.

Jackie Jormpjomp said...

I'm a fan of Godzilla movies. I don't feel the need to see marquee names in a movie, just the right actors. The Transformers movies didn't have an impact on me about seeing other giant robot movies (if anything they left the desire to see that type of movie done right). The real reason why I didn't go see it at the theater is because it just didn't look very appealing. The ads did indeed make a huge mistake by not making it feel more desperate and focusing far too much on night time battles in the rain and hollow lines about canceling the apocalypse. It was a million little things that felt off in all the trailers, TV spots, featurettes even print ads. Americans didn't embrace it because it felt foreign. Not just the cast, but the feel of the movie itself felt imported. Without the feeling of desperation or being distinctly original (this is where District 9 succeeded) it had the budget of a blockbuster and none hook. Fans of the movie are very passionate about it, and I don't begrudge them that. Some of my favorite movies are cult films, but I also understand why others didn't "get" them. The general population's tastes don't dictate my enthusiasm for my favorite flicks, and I just like what I like without whining about what they like. It's stuff like that that gives fanboys a really bad name.

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