Saturday, November 12, 2011

Rampaging Hulk #1 - Walt Simonson art


Rampaging Hulk v1 #1, 1977 - The green goliath's first black-and-white magazine makes its debut with this issue. Walt Simonson begins as series artist, illustrating some of the lengthiest Hulk stories to date. His opening splash is the page most representative of his style, but for the most part his pencils are buried under the heavy-handed inks of Alfredo Alcala. The effects are not unpleasant, but the look Simonson is known and revered for is largely absent from this book. Other artists in this issue include John Buscema, Rudy Nebres and Ken Barr (cover). This is number 1 of 3 Rampaging Hulk issues with Simonson art and/or covers. See today's posts or more Simonson or Rampaging Hulk issues. See also this blog's Simonson checklist.
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"The Krylorian Conspiracy" Simonson story pencils (Alfredo Alcala inks) 37 pages (black & white) = *
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Walt Simonson
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Sherlock Holmes #1
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