Sorry for the week-long delay between posts, it was not anticipated.
The Incredible Hulk had a respectable weekend, if not earth -shattering. Here is the lowdown from Entertainment Weekly:
And here are some Hulk-related links I've found, as promised:
Marvel Comics' Hulk movie Web page: http://www.marvel.com/movies/Hulk.The_Incredible_Hulk_%282008%29
Marvel Comics' Hulk character biography: http://www.marvel.com/universe/Hulk_(Bruce_Banner)
The Incredible Hulk Engine of Destruction, a Hulk character fan site: http://www.incrediblehulkonline.com/
Dave's Incredible Hulk Comic Page: http://www.hulkcomicpage.com/
Ratchet's Hulk Collection, another fan site for all things Hulk: http://hulkcollection.wordpress.com/
The Leader's Lair, a Hulk fan site told from the point of view of The Leader, one of the Hulk's arch enemies: http://www.leaderslair.com/
Bryan's Incredible Hulk Page, a site devoted to the classic Hulk TV series, with a lot of audio and video. The author of this site uploaded the Mister Rogers clip featured in my previous post: http://www.bryanshulkpage.com/
The Incredible Hulk Television Series Page, another fine Hulk TV show fan site: http://www.incrediblehulktvseries.com/
Lou Ferrigno's official site: http://www.louferrigno.com/
The Incredible Hulk 1982 Cartoon Web Page, a site devoted to, well, the Incredible Hulk 1982 cartoon: http://hulk.toonzone.net/
That's the best of what I found. All of these sites have links to other sites that I haven't tried, so let me know in the comments section if you find a cool site.
I promise I'll post again within the next few days, and certainly by the end of the weekend. Until then, go green!
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