Last year, The Hero Initiative, the charity dedicated to helping older comic creators in medical or financial need, enlisted the aid of 100 top-flight Spider-Man artists throughout history to create The Ultimate Spider-Man #100 Project, a collection of 100 original Spider-Man covers. The Hero Initiative is reprising the program this year with something meaner and greener.
Marvel Comics has generously donated 100 blank-covered cardstock copies of the new "Hulk" #1 to The Hero Initiative. The call has gone out to create a new, Hulk-centric "Ultimate 100," and dozens of artists are currently putting pen to paper. Those involved include well-known Hulk vets such as Sal Buscema, Mike Deodato Jr., Ron Garney, Ed McGuinness, Don Perlin, Herb Trimpe, Ron Wilson, and more. In addition, Marvel superstars such as J. Scott Campbell, John Cassaday, Frank Cho, David Finch, Joe Quesada and John Romita Sr. have stepped up to add their own take on ol' Greenskin.
CBR brought you last week the first thirty covers in the series of 100 covers, and we're pleased to now present the next batch of The Hero Initiative's "Hulk" #1 covers for charity.
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