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Daveym




...and does very well. Too well perhaps.


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Sinister




> ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.
Agreed, GA does too well against Grundy da man! That slap should have decapitated GA :-@

BTW where is that pic of DS holding the IG from?


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Daveym




> > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.
> Agreed, GA does too well against Grundy da man! That slap should have decapitated GA :-@
>
> BTW where is that pic of DS holding the IG from?

If i recall, Several years ago it was the background image for this very site ;\-\)

I've been sorting thru folders & discs and finding allsorts, this piece was actually drawn by Geoff (suicide Squad) Isherwood in 2002....


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Would Be Watcher




> ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.


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Quinch




Is that a grey savage Hulk?
Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?

Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.

> ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.


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Would Be Watcher




> Is that a grey savage Hulk?
> Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?
>
> Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.
>
> > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.

Solomon Grundy is older than Hulk... so he's not the clone here...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Grundy_%28comics%29


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Quinch




> > Is that a grey savage Hulk?
> > Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?
> >
> > Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.
> >
> > > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.
>
> Solomon Grundy is older than Hulk... so he's not the clone here...
>
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Grundy_%28comics%29

Grundy has also appeared in the 2000s animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, initially as a member of Lex Luthor's Injustice Gang, voiced by Mark Hamill. After his first appearance, Grundy's character was changed to become essentially a DC Comics version of The Hulk.


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Olympian




> > > Is that a grey savage Hulk?
> > > Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?
> > >
> > > Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.
> > >
> > > > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.
> >
> > Solomon Grundy is older than Hulk... so he's not the clone here...
> >
> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Grundy_%28comics%29
>
> Grundy has also appeared in the 2000s animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, initially as a member of Lex Luthor's Injustice Gang, voiced by Mark Hamill. After his first appearance, Grundy's character was changed to become essentially a DC Comics version of The Hulk.

Grundy was created something like 10/20 years before the Hulk, Quinch. If you ignored this little detail, how can you claim what he was like in the first appearance and compare it with how he is now?


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Quinch




I don't know anything about him. I just thought it was pertinent to state that bit about his character changing to be more Savage Hulk.

Feel free to disagree after all I've just *noticed* the character so am hardly an expert... I'm just posting what I found.

> > > > Is that a grey savage Hulk?
> > > > Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?
> > > >
> > > > Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.
> > > >
> > > > > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.
> > >
> > > Solomon Grundy is older than Hulk... so he's not the clone here...
> > >
> > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Grundy_%28comics%29
> >
> > Grundy has also appeared in the 2000s animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, initially as a member of Lex Luthor's Injustice Gang, voiced by Mark Hamill. After his first appearance, Grundy's character was changed to become essentially a DC Comics version of The Hulk.
>
> Grundy was created something like 10/20 years before the Hulk, Quinch. If you ignored this little detail, how can you claim what he was like in the first appearance and compare it with how he is now?


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gumbo




Even back in the forties he was some what like that with the way he talked; how he towered over everybody else, strength was his gimmick.

Really; the only change to make him more like the Hulk was his general body purportions.

But basically yeah; Hulk's kind of a rip off of Solomon Grundy or Frankenstein, yeah Hulk's got some Hyde in there and a higher power level but lets be honest more than a few similarities to Frankenstein especially the TV/Movie version.


> I don't know anything about him. I just thought it was pertinent to state that bit about his character changing to be more Savage Hulk.
>
> Feel free to disagree after all I've just *noticed* the character so am hardly an expert... I'm just posting what I found.
>
> > > > > Is that a grey savage Hulk?
> > > > > Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?
> > > > >
> > > > > Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.
> > > > >
> > > > > > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.
> > > >
> > > > Solomon Grundy is older than Hulk... so he's not the clone here...
> > > >
> > > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Grundy_%28comics%29
> > >
> > > Grundy has also appeared in the 2000s animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, initially as a member of Lex Luthor's Injustice Gang, voiced by Mark Hamill. After his first appearance, Grundy's character was changed to become essentially a DC Comics version of The Hulk.
> >
> > Grundy was created something like 10/20 years before the Hulk, Quinch. If you ignored this little detail, how can you claim what he was like in the first appearance and compare it with how he is now?


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Quinch




> Even back in the forties he was some what like that with the way he talked; how he towered over everybody else, strength was his gimmick.
>
> Really; the only change to make him more like the Hulk was his general body purportions.
>
> But basically yeah; Hulk's kind of a rip off of Solomon Grundy or Frankenstein, yeah Hulk's got some Hyde in there and a higher power level but lets be honest more than a few similarities to Frankenstein especially the TV/Movie version.



>
> > I don't know anything about him. I just thought it was pertinent to state that bit about his character changing to be more Savage Hulk.
> >
> > Feel free to disagree after all I've just *noticed* the character so am hardly an expert... I'm just posting what I found.
> >
> > > > > > Is that a grey savage Hulk?
> > > > > > Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.
> > > > >
> > > > > Solomon Grundy is older than Hulk... so he's not the clone here...
> > > > >
> > > > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Grundy_%28comics%29
> > > >
> > > > Grundy has also appeared in the 2000s animated series Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, initially as a member of Lex Luthor's Injustice Gang, voiced by Mark Hamill. After his first appearance, Grundy's character was changed to become essentially a DC Comics version of The Hulk.
> > >
> > > Grundy was created something like 10/20 years before the Hulk, Quinch. If you ignored this little detail, how can you claim what he was like in the first appearance and compare it with how he is now?


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djcc




> ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.

Darkseid with IG and having defeated Thanos?

Totally DC Fantasy/ wetdream - not on DS' best day would that ever happen....unless he dressed himself up as Drax AND somehow took on whatever vibe Drax had that made him the Anti-Thanos -

these (DC) are the same publishers who are too coward to let their Cornerstone, Marquee characters ever lose 1 on 1 HTH with a Marvel counterpart - DC's market share relies on the myth/fallacy that DC heros are more powerful than Marvels- without that they have no market share except for Batman & JLA and the trickle they get from Supes

their cornerstone, Supes best sales occurred when he was killed -that kinda says it all

but don't take my word on it

check Diamond Distributors, and/or simply count the number of Marvel Boards compared to DC boards

and remember that DC had an established market before Marvel really came on the scene -AND they are part of Mega-Monolithic Time/Warner AOL, so they have TONS more resources

even with all that DC cannot catch Marvel in sales - - and just as certainly DS never catches Thanos -- that's why this is a DC Wetdream Fantasy --they probably needed and paid big bucks for permission from Starlin to have that illustration


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djcc




> Is that a grey savage Hulk?

No it's the White Hulk -- or maybe FrankenHulk ? looks like DC tryin' to take the green away from ol greenskin.....in more ways than one...

but I guess if you can have Supes clones, all else is acceptable

> Is this the answer to WWH in DC ? Have the Hulk clone so depowered that a archer can uhh strangle him?
>
> Too many things wrong with this to know where to begin.
>
> > ...and does very well. Too well perhaps.


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