13 HULK COVERS to Make You Feel Good

Just for fun.

OK, time again to check out 13 random covers of a random character for no other reason than it’s fun, fun, fun.

And the Hulk is fun, right?

These 13 COVERS are all culled from the Not So Jolly Green Giant’s second eponymous series.


Why not?

So let’s get to it shall we?

Marie Severin pencils, Frank Giacoia inks.

Herb Trimpe

Severin and Giacoia, with Romita alterations


Ron Wilson pencils, Joe Rubinstein inks

Trimpe pencils, John Severin inks.

Al Milgrom


Severin and Giacoia

Bill Sienkiewicz

Rich Buckler pencils, Romita inks

Bob Layton

Greg LaRocque

Cover images and credits from the incredible Grand Comics Database.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. I came across a book in the children’s section of a Kohl’s department store a few years ago. On clearance and I bought it. It was kind of Marvel’s version of Where’s Waldo. It was a very intricately drawn book that contained mazes and mazes of Marvel heroes and obscure Marvel characters and villains hidden in not so plain sight. It was drawn by Marie Severin and brought back many old characters, from the Jackal to the Tarantula. And all done in the style and manner they were originally introduced. An overlooked gem that someone needed to make mention of. She’s an underappreciated talent.

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