Special volume of Panini Comics for the 60th anniversary of ‘Hulk’

To honor the green hero’s 60th birthday, a special book featuring the Hulk, the Marvel creation of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, will star: Available in bookshops, comic shops, and online at panini.it, the Panini Comics editor ‘Hulk: 60 Incredible Years’ is devoted to his editorial history and his most significant experiences.

The Hulk is the alter ego of Dr. Bruce Banner, a mild-mannered and reclusive scientist who changes against his will into the green-skinned behemoth under certain stress and pressure. The Hulk was accidentally born during a failed gamma ray experiment. The Green Goliath is actually a figure whose wrath conceals a deep melancholy. The character was inspired by the split personality of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and is defined by features of unrestrained power.

The acclaimed duo of Mark Rizzo and Fabio Licarial, creators of retrospective works like “Marvel: 80 Wonderful Years,” “Capitan America: The First 80 Years,” and “Spider-Man: 60 Amazing Years,” has produced “Hulk: 60 Incredible Years,” which chronicles the character’s sixty years of adventures through its editorial history and the great authors who told it, including Bill Mantlo, Peter David, and Al Ewing, as well as interviews, background stories, oddities,

Regarding Enzo Bonaiuto

By Editor

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