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Hulk under maple tree, make poem When leaves not change yet but ready to, Day when looks like rain all day but not rain, Make Hulk feel anything can happen. Something happen. Rain on Hulk happen. Not bad rain. World … Continue reading
Took the Hulk with me (in my head, at least) when I went out with the camera on a sunny summer day, and ended up photographing (mostly) chipmunks. Hulk made some poems that weren’t quite haiku. First, his introduction: Summer … Continue reading
Poem critic address Hulk. Hulk smash with poem. Then Hulk turn around, write two Hulk-ku for spring. Many pink flowers. Hulk like pink flowers. You say “Hulk make more Hulk poem!” You no like Hulk When Hulk making poem! … Continue reading
Our resident poet, the Incredible Hulk, branches out from his usual haiku (Hulk-ku) form in this poem he wrote on Wednesday, in the depths of the Polar Vortex. The temperature at the time was -18 degrees Fahrenheit. When super cold, … Continue reading
Stan Lee died a few days ago, and since then the internet has been full of tributes, critiques and well considered combinations of the two. I can’t compete with the thoughtful essays of culture vultures and/or comic book mavens, all … Continue reading
Normally, I would have called this title-less drawing “Wolf Angel”. (The computer savvy will notice that that’s even the file name of the image.) But once I saw it on the screen, yeah … it’s nothing but a pure statement … Continue reading
There he is, the Mysterious Mister Goyle, perched in one of his fifty or so “usual spots”, watching out for trouble. My intention here was to draw an at least semi-serious pulp inspired character, either a superhero or a masked … Continue reading
We return to the Cinemark on a hot summer day to see an entirely suitable summer movie: Ant-Man and the Wasp. This latest outing in the MCU is everything the ponderous and horrible Avengers Infinity War was not: small in … Continue reading
Quikket is exactly what his caption says he is, an insectoid speedster: “insectoid” being fancy writin’ for “bug guy”, and “speedster” being a comics meta term for any superhero whose main super power is super speed. DC’s The Flash is … Continue reading