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(Coming Soon)   Marvel may make Planet Hulk after Avengers 2. Cool tag fills in for non-existent Awesome tag   (comingsoon.net) divider line 66
    More: Cool, Planet Hulk, Marvel Studios, Shane Black, Doctor Strange, Mark Ruffalo, Walt Disney Pictures, Reed Richards, Charles Xavier  
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2013-02-04 06:14:39 PM

Ishkur: Cyno01: the Hulk is a bit more composed and can direct his rage when needed.

What are you talking about? That is perfectly composed and directed -- just some payback for their previous fight. What, Thor can't take a punch?


That also brought the house down when I saw it in the theatre.
 
2013-02-04 07:43:07 PM
I like the idea behind "Planet Hulk" and the cartoon is okay. It's just too overrated. I can't remember now because it's been awhile since I've seen it, but I remember thinking there was a lot of plot holes and the story just isn't that strong.
 
2013-02-04 07:58:31 PM

whosits_112: texdent: And as someone mentioned elsewhere, there's a minor problem with this. The Hulk was sent into space by the Illuminati and there's yet to be an Inhumans, Namor, or Dr. Strange movie. Plus, Xavier isn't owned by Marvel Studios.

Well they don't have to go the EXACT route taken in the comics. Like everything else they have done, they can tweak it to fit the Marvel Movie Universe. Maybe have it as The Avengers ganging up on Banner and shooting him into space because he is too dangerous, or he was captured by enemies and shot into space. Doesn't matter. I trust the gang at Marvel to make it plausible as to why/how he got there.


or hell have hulk do something truely ravaging and bruce himself suggests or goes along with it.
 
2013-02-04 08:20:50 PM
You ever wonder how big Hulk's crank is ?
 
2013-02-04 08:56:48 PM

elvindeath: You ever wonder how big Hulk's crank is ?


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2013-02-04 09:31:19 PM

daysofinspiration: Ultravibe: CarnySaur: This seems exciting from a comic book nerd's perspective, but I'm wondering how long this golden age of comic book movies is going to last before the general public just gets tired of them.

You do realize that comic book movies have been drawing in pretty large crowds since about 1977, right?

You do realize the 90's pretty much killed comic book movies as they were known at the time, right?

You do realize it took over a decade to get an Iron Man movie made, right? And now they have actually linked the movies together and made the Avengers, something that would have been impossible 10 years ago, let alone in 1977.

This has been the golden age of comic book movies in the sense that they actually are making an effort to make movies that would actually be pretty decent without the respective licenses. Not to mention they are using pretty good actors - for the most part anyway.


Not the 90s, per se, but one movie in the 90s - Schumacher killed things. But that was the late 90s, and X-Men was only a few years later. The Batman movies before that all did killer box office, and all in the 90s. Superman movies did great, until the movies were total shiat and then the public stayed away.

Why mention how long it took to make Iron Man when the first 2 X-Men films, Spider-Man, and a bunch of others (much less well received) were made for years before that.

Using good actors is nothing new. Sure, Christopher Reeve was unknown, but Kidder and Hackman were both positively reviewed actors prior to that. And leave us not forget the first Batman film.

Your arguments are sound, unless you actually consider the history I spoke of. :)
 
2013-02-04 09:33:22 PM

NeoCortex42: daysofinspiration: Ultravibe: CarnySaur: This seems exciting from a comic book nerd's perspective, but I'm wondering how long this golden age of comic book movies is going to last before the general public just gets tired of them.

You do realize that comic book movies have been drawing in pretty large crowds since about 1977, right?

You do realize the 90's pretty much killed comic book movies as they were known at the time, right?

You do realize it took over a decade to get an Iron Man movie made, right? And now they have actually linked the movies together and made the Avengers, something that would have been impossible 10 years ago, let alone in 1977.

This has been the golden age of comic book movies in the sense that they actually are making an effort to make movies that would actually be pretty decent without the respective licenses. Not to mention they are using pretty good actors - for the most part anyway.

Yeah, prior to the X-Men and Spider-Man movie series starting up, we were mostly getting crap like this:
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Ah. so we're assuming he meant the golden age of MARVEL movies. Got it. I misunderstood "comic book" to mean more than just one publisher.
 
2013-02-04 10:27:16 PM

elvindeath: You ever wonder how big Hulk's crank is ?


Hulk strongest crank there is
 
2013-02-04 10:41:29 PM

Ultravibe: NeoCortex42: daysofinspiration: Ultravibe: CarnySaur: This seems exciting from a comic book nerd's perspective, but I'm wondering how long this golden age of comic book movies is going to last before the general public just gets tired of them.

You do realize that comic book movies have been drawing in pretty large crowds since about 1977, right?

You do realize the 90's pretty much killed comic book movies as they were known at the time, right?

You do realize it took over a decade to get an Iron Man movie made, right? And now they have actually linked the movies together and made the Avengers, something that would have been impossible 10 years ago, let alone in 1977.

This has been the golden age of comic book movies in the sense that they actually are making an effort to make movies that would actually be pretty decent without the respective licenses. Not to mention they are using pretty good actors - for the most part anyway.

Yeah, prior to the X-Men and Spider-Man movie series starting up, we were mostly getting crap like this:
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Ah. so we're assuming he meant the golden age of MARVEL movies. Got it. I misunderstood "comic book" to mean more than just one publisher.


Except DC has been completely unable to put anything other than Superman and Batman movies that mean anything. Marvel (whether themselves or Fox/Sony/New Line) has gotten pretty good Blade, X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and Hulk movies out. Unless Justice League smashes the box office, DC comics should just rename themselves to World's Finest Comics.
 
2013-02-04 10:42:07 PM
I hope they don't do World War Hulk like the comics, because it would mean Hulk could never work with the Avengers again without it being dumb. In order for them to work together, Hulk would have to forgive them, and SHIELD would have to forget all about his terrible rampage. If they do Planet Hulk, they could have him launched into space by the fight with Thanos, like the article hints at.
 
2013-02-04 11:10:25 PM

Trocadero: Except DC has been completely unable to put anything other than Superman and Batman movies that mean anything. Marvel (whether themselves or Fox/Sony/New Line) has gotten pretty good Blade, X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and Hulk movies out. Unless Justice League smashes the box office, DC comics should just rename themselves to World's Finest Comics.


But the DCAU ( starting with Batman: The Animated Series, that is) utterly crushes the animated Marvel equivalents. Go figure..
 
2013-02-04 11:43:39 PM
Even in the very beginning of his career/existence, the Hulk was not dumb. Throughout most of his early years he was talking and thinking perfectly well. People keep mistaking Hulk's speech patterns for Tarzan's or Tonto's, but he formed whole sentences and usually used pronouns and articles properly, even if he did often refer to himself in third-person (though not always!)

WRONG: "Hulk no like puny flag-man!"
RIGHT: "Hulk doesn't like puny flag-man!"

WRONG: "HULK IS STRONGEST ONE THERE IS!"
RIGHT: "HULK IS THE STRONGEST ONE THERE IS!"

Behold these early panels...


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2013-02-04 11:50:48 PM

Forbidden Doughnut: Trocadero: Except DC has been completely unable to put anything other than Superman and Batman movies that mean anything. Marvel (whether themselves or Fox/Sony/New Line) has gotten pretty good Blade, X-Men, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, and Hulk movies out. Unless Justice League smashes the box office, DC comics should just rename themselves to World's Finest Comics.

But the DCAU ( starting with Batman: The Animated Series, that is) utterly crushes the animated Marvel equivalents.live action portions of both Marvel and DC stomping on them like a boot to the face forever.  Go figure..


Fixed that for you.
 
2013-02-05 12:18:28 AM

ZeroCorpse: Even in the very beginning of his career/existence, the Hulk was not dumb. Throughout most of his early years he was talking and thinking perfectly well. People keep mistaking Hulk's speech patterns for Tarzan's or Tonto's, but he formed whole sentences and usually used pronouns and articles properly, even if he did often refer to himself in third-person (though not always!)

WRONG: "Hulk no like puny flag-man!"
RIGHT: "Hulk doesn't like puny flag-man!"

WRONG: "HULK IS STRONGEST ONE THERE IS!"
RIGHT: "HULK IS THE STRONGEST ONE THERE IS!"

Behold these early panels...


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Thank you for the PSA!

Hulk not always big moran! Puny humans make Hulk sound like hit on head SNL collection of Frankenstein, Hulk, and Tonto put together. Hulk am mightier that all of them. Hulk even have Mr. Fixit phase and grey hulk!

Seriously though, I like your point of order. The Hulk is not a completely mindless oaf. He's just really goddamned violent. He's the modern day (nuclear age) werewolf story.
 
2013-02-05 08:03:34 AM

Fano: Hulk not always big moran! Puny humans make Hulk sound like hit on head SNL collection of Frankenstein, Hulk, and Tonto put together.


I have Frankenstein, Hulk, Tonto and Tarzan sing Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young on vinyl.
 
2013-02-05 01:26:01 PM

Apos: YES PLEASE


Agreed!

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