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Butthead1

Member Since: Fri Jul 28, 2017
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Cth

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Subj: Re: Fan backlash -- Is it Pak's turn?
Posted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 at 09:58:56 pm EDT (Viewed 186 times)
Reply Subj: Fan backlash -- Is it Pak's turn?
Posted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 at 02:28:47 pm EDT (Viewed 364 times)

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I'm only half serious with the thread title, but..

I'm starting to wonder if the curse of the Hulk isn't necessarily Banner's alone at this point. Before PAD came onto the title, no one wanted to write the title.

PAD's 2nd return didn't get the reception you'd expect from all the online comments (yeah, I know, never trust the internet..)

Pak was heralded as the next PAD by fans and like PAD, his return to the character has been starting to take a serious nose dive, especially as of recent.

Sure, a large part of it is internal politics, editorial mandates, working with writers who ignore your work, etc, etc.

I guess what I'm getting at is, does anyone else think it's partially the fans fault that no one seemingly wants to write the character? Are we too quick to turn on writers instead of placing blame on editorial where it largely deserves to be?

Add in the confusion of which personality/incarnation to write and it's easy to see why it's hard to keep a writer on the book. At least with the release of Thor Ragnarok, that problem will become a little less problematic, in terms of what Hulk will be in everyone's mindset going forth.

Anyways, just musing.. anyone have a list of writers you'd like to see take on the Hulk?

For me: Joe Hill, Matt Kindt, Jeff Lemire, Al Ewing (Contest of Champions), Scott Snyder, Gerry Duggan (another chance to do his own thing instead of wrapping up someone else's run)



I definitely put alot of blame on Marvel Editorial for the Hulk ( and other Marvel Titles ) mess we have had off and on for years. I personally blame Axel Alonso more then anyone else. Alonso really messed up by saying this Generations storyline was not going to be a time travel story. But I won't say anything else about editorial right now. But to answer your question if I could pick a writer I would say Kurt Busiek. My reason for that is the outstanding job he did on Fixit when he wrote The Order. If he did become a writer for this book he would have to do The Grey or Gravage Hulk. He made Fixit so bad ass and entertaining. I would not want him writing The Savage Hulk.


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