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GDT wrote:We've been coming up with an angle that is really strong. I am a fan of Peter David, Pak and Loeb but I like very much what individual writers and artists have done through the decades. I only gravitate to "monster" superheroes- (Blade, Hellboy, Deadman, Hulk-) because I have no interest on the straight ones -even when I've been offered the keys to the kingdom.
Hope you enjoy what you hear!!
Riddick wrote:Thanks for leaving a message Guillermo!
I also think that the Monsters hero are much more interesting than the classical!
I would love to see a Nocturnals movie...
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Gamma Ra wrote:Uh guys...Let's keep Mr. Del Toro's focus on Hulk.
What's up StrongestOneThereIs, I just saw your message on the other board.
Hulk being a monster is what drew me to the character as well, along with the dichotomy between he and Banner. As a long time comic reader, I fell in love with the fact that a really descent guy had this powerful monster inside of him. To me, and I don't hold my tongue about it, but when a writer understands what he's dealing with, Hulk is the greatest creation in comics hands down. He's more versatile than most give him credit for and he doesn't need a makeover to do it. I love the fact that he has many aspects of the best of different monsters in pulp fiction have to offer. He's the misunderstood monster like Frankenstein; he has the mental dichotomy of Jekyll and Hyde but worse; he's like Dracula only he feeds off of the ambient gamma/cosmic energy that keeps him living indefinitely, he's like the monsters from the movie Re-Animator or Chuck Norris' Silent Rage that when 'fatally' wounded regenerates to full strength in a matter of time.
There is so much to the character of Hulk that makes him exciting whether his physical abilities or his mental struggles.
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