oHOTmu or NOT Ep.49: High Evolutionary to Hulk

The king of genetics. The Spider-Man villain who stole every bit of his shtick. Marvel's first movie hero. A guy who can't control his temper. Which are hot and which are not? The Girls collectively known as the Canadian Hot Squad make that determination. And so closes our coverage of the fifth issue!

Featuring permanent panelists Elyse, Isabel, Nathalie, Josée, Amélie and Shotgun.

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 Bonus content: Anj's gifts and my Hulk action figure.
Credits:
"Can You Dig It?" (Theme for oHOTmu or NOT?) by Brian Tyler.

Bonus clips from: "Evolve" by #NerdOut; "Batman" by Tim Burton, starring Jack Nicholson; How I Met Your Mother's "The Slutty Pumpkin Returns", starring Josh Radnor, Katie Holmes, and Bob Saget; "Howard the Duck" by Willard Huyck, starring the voice talent of Chip Zien; "DuckTales Theme", sung by the cast of the all-new DuckTales; "Avengers: Age of Ultron" by Joss Whedon, starring Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo; "The Incredible Hulk" by Kenneth Johnson, starring Bill Bixby, with the voice talent of Ted Cassidy; "So Long, Farewell", by Rodgers and Hammerstein, sung by the oHOTmu Girls (except Shotgun).

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Siskoid, I bet you were dying to answer all those questions yourself :) Some more great stuff this time around. Nice to see Hobgoblin get some love; I always thought he was cooler than the Green Goblin. Of course, that was before all the crap with Jack O'Lantern and Demogoblin. You didn't get into the whole thing about Hobby's true identity, but I wonder if the fact he turned out to be a fashion designer makes him more or less hot? On the one hand, access to cool new clothes, but on the other, constantly being judged for your fashion choices ...

I never really got into Howard the Duck; just not my kind of humour, I guess. I seem to remember they got in trouble for showing Howard and Beverly in bed together (not doing anything, but the implications were obvious). Lea Thompson played Beverly in the movie, but she really doesn't look like the comics version to me.

The Hulk discussion was illuminating too. I think Peter David later established that Hulk's fragmented personality came from his father abusing him as a kid. The girls seem to like the sweet innocent Hulk; makes me think of that story where Hulk befriends the deer in the woods and when it gets killed he goes nuts, screaming about "Bambi's mom"; I can't remember if that was in Defenders or Incredible Hulk, but it was pretty sad.

Mike W.

Kurt "Welcome to Geektown" Onstad said...

Actually, Peter David always is sure to credit Bill Mantlo as the author who first established Banner's father as an abuser. But, PAD (as he's usually referred to online) did go a lot deeper with that.

And I agree with Mike W. on liking Hobgoblin better than Green Goblin (except for J.M. DeMatteis' work with Harry as Green Goblin III). When I started collecting comics, the symbiote storyline was being reprinted in Marvel Tales, and the Hobgoblin was introduced right around the same time, so he was one of the first villains I got to know in the comics.

 

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