View Poll Results: Who is your fav Artist for the Red hulk book

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  • Carlo Pagulayan

    3 23.08%
  • Gabriel Hardman

    1 7.69%
  • Ed McGuinness

    5 38.46%
  • Frank Cho

    2 15.38%
  • Art Adams

    0 0%
  • Patrick zircher

    2 15.38%
  • Ben oliver

    0 0%
  • OTHER

    0 0%
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    Huh? There are a ton of new characters that have been introduced in Hulk(Zero/One being the most awesome one), in fact the vast majority of the characters that appear there are brand new or rarely used ones, so it's a nice change of pace from how Marvel usually treats a mainline book.

    Oh wait, you used the term "real Hulk title", okay nevermind. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    i personaly dont think mcguiness is even remotly as good a artist as pagulayan, id put frank cho WAY ahead of mcginess but yeah for me pagulayan wins easily.
    as for eaglesman yeah very sorry i completly forgot to throw him up there.
    When it comes down how the Red Hulk both give him an distinctive look considering he is a Hulk. I like Frank Cho too but his Red Hulk is okay for me, his She-Hulks are way better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieartman View Post
    you aware now that the red hulk is thunderbolt ross?
    cus when leob was wrting the book as nothing but a blow up smash every thing with no purpose, book i agree the character and book was crap from hell, but now parkers writing he has made it about rosses character and there is a ton of depth to the character and book now. and the book isnt just a smash for the sake of smashing book any more so its not a slapstick book or whateva the hell that means
    It means I don't give a shit about Ross or his character. I've never found his character compelling, Slapstick is a character I will NEVER care for, so it's pointless who the creative team is on the book, I will never pick it up.
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    So... which artist was your favorite then? Mine was Pagulayan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanGent View Post
    So... which artist was your favorite then? Mine was Pagulayan.
    same here definatly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ish Kabbible View Post
    Also glad to see the sales plummet to #120 in May of the top 300 comics. Pull the plug Marvel
    Is this why Marvel can never seem to give Jeff Parker a hardcover? His Red Hulk stuff always goes directly to TPB. His run (for the most part) has been a fan-favorite. As a HC collector and Red Hulk fan I guess my only hope now is an omnibus.

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    Wow.. I didn't realize how many talented artists worked on such a relatively new character in such a relatively short amount of time.

    I guess I'll go with McGuiness.

    When I have a tough time deciding which artist I like best, I often just imagine the character in my head, and try to decide which artist that image looks like it was drawn by. And in this case, it's McGuiness.

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    I've liked pretty much all the artists on the book thus far, although I've only really liked the writing since Jeff Parker has scripted the book. I voted for Zircher but considered Hardman. Really there's no bad choice here.

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