JOE FIXIT #1-5 (Peter David / Yildiray Cinar)

Après une série de mini-séries sur le despote Maestro (faisant la jonction avec Futur Imparfait), Peter David va revisiter un autre période de son long run, se penchant cette fois sur les années Las Vegas en compagnie de Joe Fixit le Hulk gris (remis en avant ces dernières années dans les pages d’Immortal Hulk, à l’instar d’autres personnalités de Bruce Banner telles que le Big Guy et le Devil Hulk de Jenkins).

Ça peut être sympa.


Ouais. Y a pas Greg Land.

Sa trilogie Maestro me plait bien pour l’instant ( me manque le dernier segment), j’en serais

Aperçu :

JOE FIXIT #1 (of 5)

Gone are the ripped-up shorts of the Hulk of yore—this enforcer prefers the slick suave of a striped suit, and the Hulk has traded in “monster” for “mobster” as he lends his strength to the Las Vegas casino scene. Of course, the Kingpin has his own ideas about who the toughest guy in town is, and it’s up to Spider-Man to keep the two of them from destroying Sin City!


  • Writer: Peter David
  • Artist-Penciller: Yildiray Cinar
  • Inker: Dee Cunniffe
  • Colorist: Matt Milla
  • Letterer: VC’s Ariana Maher
  • Designer: Carlos Lao
  • Cover Artist: Jordie Bellaire & Cully Hamner
  • Variant Cover Artist: Yildiray Çinar & Matt Milla; Todd Nauck & Rachelle Rosenberg; Tom Reilly
  • Editor: Wil Moss
  • Assistant Editor: Michelle Marchese
  • Format: 5 Issue Limited Series
  • Cover Price/Page Count: $3.99/ 28 Pages

Written by: Peter David.

Art by: Yildiray Cinar.

Covers by: Cully Hamner, Jamie McKelvie.

Description: David’s return to one of his most iconic Hulk stories continues! Everyone wants to know who the mysterious Joe Fixit really is, and Spider-Man is on the case (complete with location-appropriate disguises)! Kingpin wants Las Vegas’ toughest enforcer working for him instead of the competition, and he’s prepared to make Joe Fixit an offer he can’t refuse. But Spider-Man is certain that’s still Bruce Banner under that grizzled gray exterior, and he’s not ready to let Bruce go down a path he won’t be able to come back from.

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: Feb. 8.


Written by: Peter David.

Art by: Yildiray Cinar.

Covers by: Cully Hamner, E.M Gist.

Description: David’s mastery of all the different layers of Hulk are in full force as Bruce Banner takes on…himself! It’s Joe Fixit versus the Hulk versus Bruce Banner with Spider-Man trying to keep it all from imploding!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: March 22.


The fan-favorite Hulk persona known as Joe Fixit faces off against some of the most deadly villains in Spider-Man’s history! Kingpin has put the “force” back in “enforcer” now that Joe Fixit is under his control. And after calling in a cavalry of New York troublemakers to threaten casino owners all across the Vegas Strip, it seems like Kingpin will be able to take over Las Vegas after all. It’s up to Spider-Man to drag Bruce Banner back to his senses—and stop the parade of his worst enemies from New York from leveling Vegas to the ground!

Creative Team

Writer : Peter David
Artist(s): Yildiray Çinar
Colorists: Dee Cunniffe
Letterer: VC’s Ariana Maher
Designer: Carlos Lao
Cover Artists: Cully Hamner & Jordie Bellaire
Variant Cover Artist: Rian Gonzales
Editor: Wil Moss
Format: Limited Series
Cover Price/Page Count: $3.99/28 Pages


Written by: Peter David.

Art by: Yildiray Cinar.

Cover by: Cully Hamner.

Description: The smashing finale! Featuring an amazing, spectacular, you might even say incredible, team-up between Joe Fixit and Spider-Man as they attempt to push Kingpin (and an impressive number of some of Spidey’s toughest foes…) out of Las Vegas once and for all!

Pages: 32.

Price: $3.99.

In stores: May 3.

Ca me donne bien envie, ça

À moi aussi (en plus d’être fan de Hulk) :wink: