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Collect and Buy Hulk Comic Books

Updated on March 14, 2011

Hulk Comics

The Incredible Hulk was never a HUGE character in comics, but he was a popular one, appearing with Spiderman, the Fantastic Four, and the Avengers. He did have his own comic book that was first released in 1962, as designed by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, but the Hulk just wasn't as popular as Batman and Superman.

The Hulk was sort of a Doctor Jekyll vs. Mr. Hyde combination, as he had his human side and angered Hulk side.

The Hulk appeared throughout comics varying in shades, but most of us know him as being a green color.

The Hulk has significant strength, which increases and worsens with the madder he gets. He is also known for his large size and bulk. He is the Hulk for a reason. Banner doesn't turn into a tiny whimp, by any means.

Bruce Banner has always been described and written as a genius that just has problems bonding with people. He is fearful, nervous, and socially challenged. But, when he becomes the Incredible Hulk, Banner becomes the complete alternative.

Banner grew up as a normal kid, but after an experiment goes bad, and he pushes a teenager out of the way of the detonation of a gamma bomb. Banner then gets blasted with the rays, absorbing massive amounts of radiation.

Basically, like Spiderman, a socially challenged genius, gets in the way. Well... Kind of..

In any sense, Banner becomes the Hulk, and most of us knows what follows.

Buy Hulk Comics Online

When buying comic books, you can find them for sell at yard sales, pawn shops, comic book conventions, and online with other traders and collectors.

When buying comic books online, whether you're buying from eBay or a collector's site, you want to make sure that you ask all the questions that you need to in order to ensure that you're getting exactly what you're going to be paying for.

If you're looking for collector's comics, you want to make sure that the comic is in near mint condition, protected, and cared for. If it's a more rare piece you can probably get away with a few tears, but you don't want any missing pieces.


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