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Ms. Marvel (2015) #24 - Marvel (press release) (blog)

Back in 2006, the heroes of the Marvel Universe – specifically Iron Man, Reed Richards, Black Bolt and Dr. Strange – got fed up with the Hulk and decided to send him off to a planet where he couldn't hurt anyone and he could finally get the solace he ...

'Thor: Ragnarok' Totally Revitalizes the God of Thunder - Study Breaks

The CGI is incredibly well done—the Hulk feels just as real as the apes in “War for the Planet of the Apes,” though it seems that great CGI doesn't mean Chris Hemsworth's Thor wig will be anymore realistic. Luckily, a shape-up at the hands of Stan Lee ...

“Thor: Ragnarok” Gets a Mixed Reaction from Comic Fans - The Crown

Some of us were excited to finally see Thor again, some of us were excited to see Hulk again, and some of us were excited to see how the movie would use the Planet Hulk storyline from the comics, which is where Sakaar and the arena were first seen.

Everything coming to Amazon Prime in December 2017 - Looper

The first five Rocky movies will also be available along with a batch of animated Marvel offerings like 2006's Ultimate Avengers: The Movie and 2010's Planet Hulk. There will also be a pair of Amazon Original series to binge. The first season of Jean ...

Thor: Ragnarok - Reno News & Review

Borrowing from a host of Marvel comics, including the famed “Planet Hulk” storyline, the hallucinogenic plot drops Thor (Chris Hemsworth) on a crazy garbage planet bent on round-the-clock, violent entertainment and led by Grandmaster (Jeff Goldblum ...

What If?: 18 Ways The MCU Was Almost Completely Different - CBR

Very early reports of plans for adapting Planet Hulk storylines as the third film in the Thor trilogy included rumors that Beta Ray Bill could take the Hulk's place as the Grandmaster's champion. This would have introduced the worthy Korbinite, and ...

Jeff Goldblum Almost Didn't Star In Thor: Ragnarok - Gears Of Biz

The ruler of Sakaar proved a fun obstacle for the God of Thunder, and his taste for gladiator fights created an opening for a mini Planet Hulk storyline and the re-entry of the Hulk character back into the fold of MCU events. However, Jeff Goldblum ...

Jack Black calls out Thor: Ragnarok, challenges Chris Hemsworth to battle - Looper

Korg was meant to be one of that team that fought Thor, but he first appeared as an individual character in Planet Hulk, the story by Greg Pak and Carlo Pagulayan that Thor: Ragnarok drew from for the Sakaar scenes. That story also introduced Miek, a ...

The disgusting scene cut from Thor: Ragnarok - Looper

Planet Hulk introduces the planet Sakaar, a kind of interstellar dumping ground where beings and technology from across the cosmos end up after falling into conveniently placed wormholes. The hostility of the local culture turns out to be an ...

Thor: Ragnarok is a Saturday Morning Cartoon in All the Worst Ways - The Georgetown Voice

The large middle chunk of Thor: Ragnarok takes place in a pseudo-adaptation of the Planet Hulk comic arc. Thor and Loki end up on Sakaar, a trash planet surrounded by wormholes and ruled by Jeff Goldblum's interpretation of classic Marvel character The ...

Here's How Marvel Filmed The Thor Vs. Hulk Arena Battle In 'Thor: Ragnarok' - The Inquisitr

But if they incorporated the Jade Giant into Thor: Ragnarok as an ally, they'd be able to finally use one of the most beloved Hulk arcs of them all. They'd be able to adapt the fan-favorite “Planet Hulk” arc and pit Thor and the Hulk against one ...

'Thor: Ragnarok' is filled with action and humor - The Campus

Planet Hulk is where the bulk of the movie takes place and introduces us to the rest of the cast, the Grandmaster played by Jeff Goldblum, Valkyrie played by Tessa Thompson, Hulk/Bruce Banner played by Mark Ruffalo, and Korg, voiced by the director ...

The fan-favorite moment they had to cut from Thor: Ragnarok - Looper

Planet Hulk introduces the planet Sakaar, a kind of interstellar dumping ground where beings and technology from across the cosmos end up after falling into conveniently placed wormholes. The hostility of the local culture turns out to be an ...

Thor: Ragnarok…Fun, Yet Lacks Cohesiveness - Loma Beat

Then they announced that the “Planet Hulk” storyline was going to be woven in as well, which is very exciting because that is one of the best storylines that Marvel has published in the past twenty years. Then the trailers came and my excitement was ...

Thor Gone Wild: 'Ragnarok' Is the Craziest of All the Marvel Movies So Far—and It's Fantastic - Coachella Valley Independent

Borrowing from a host of Marvel comics (including the famed “Planet Hulk” storyline), the hallucinogenic plot drops Thor (Chris Hemsworth) on a crazy garbage planet where everyone is bent on around-the-clock, violent entertainment, and led by ...

Thor: Ragnarok director actually played more than one role in the movie - Looper

He may be a bit of a throwaway character, and he's most definitely melted all over the Grandmaster's floor, but he was named after artist Carlo Pagulayan, who illustrated part of Marvel's Planet Hulk storyline, which served as the inspiration for much ...

Five Reasons Thor: Ragnarok is Basically a HULK Movie - GameSpace.com (press release) (blog)

Have I mentioned that Thor: Ragnarok borrows heavily from the Planet Hulk comic? Did I? Oh, well, here's yet another thing it takes right out of the pages: The Gladiatorial arena! While on the campaign to cinematic release we were treated to all sorts ...

How Did The Hulk Get to Space in THOR: RAGNAROK? - Nerdist

In an interview with The Wrap, Feige explained that originally, they weren't intending on making a Planet Hulk movie, in spite of rumors to the contrary. At one point the script included a bit indicating that they lost the Hulk's signal somewhere ...

Korg Actually Appeared In The Marvel Cinematic Universe Before 'Thor: Ragnarok' - Comicbook.com

The character's comic backstory is requires some explanation, given that he wasn't officially named until The Incredible Hulk vol. 2 #93, as part of the "Planet Hulk" storyline. In that comic, he is a fellow prisoner with the Hulk and forced to do ...

How 'Thor' Production Designers Created a "Hulk-Sized" Bed - Hollywood Reporter

Kirby, who died in 1994, didn't actually dream up Sakaar himself — the planet wasn't conceived until 2006 for the Planet Hulk comic book arc — but his visual imagination definitely influenced its look. "The original concept of Sakaar was that it was ...

"Planet Hulk" is a Marvel Comics storyline that ran primarily through issues of The Incredible Hulk started in 2006. It dealt with the Marvel heroes' decision to send the Hulk away, his acclimation to and conquest of the planet where he landed, and his efforts to return to Earth to take his revenge.

"Planet Hulk"
Publisher Marvel Comics
Publication date April 2006 – June 2007
Genre
Title(s) Incredible Hulk #92-105
Giant-Size Hulk #1
Main character(s) Hulk
Warbound
The Illuminati
Creative team
Writer(s) Greg Pak
Penciller(s) Carlo Pagulayan and Aaron Lopresti
Inker(s) Jeffrey Huet
Letterer(s) Randy Gentile
Joe Caramagna
Colorist(s) Chris Sotomayor
Editor(s) Nathan Cosby
Mark Paniccia
Prelude to Planet Hulk ISBN 0-7851-1953-1
Planet Hulk ISBN 0-7851-2245-1

"Planet Hulk" is a Marvel Comics storyline that ran primarily through issues of The Incredible Hulk started in 2006. It dealt with the Marvel heroes' decision to send the Hulk away, his acclimation to and conquest of the planet where he landed, and his efforts to return to Earth to take his revenge.

There was also a special Planet Hulk: Gladiator Guidebook publication by Anthony Flamini and the storyline's main writer Greg Pak, similar to the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe detailing the characters, races and cultures within the storyline.