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Incredible Hulk Anatomy

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Image of the Week #44, May 29th, 2012:


From: Incredible Hulk Anatomy by Glendon Mellow at Symbiartic.

Source: Glendon Mellow

Imaginative fiction in comic books and movies such as Marvel’s The Avengers rely on believable-enough images to convey their fantastic stories. Incredible Hulk Anatomy by Scientific American Blogs’ own Glendon Mellow takes this realism to a different depth. Describing this fan art, Mellow, argues, ” Established characters borne of exaggerated real world scientific causes could probably use science-inspired revisions.” Much like the influence scientific developments are having on the world of art, described regularly on Symbiartic, co-blogged by Glendon Mellow and Kalliopi Monoyios.

Note: The Incredible Hulk is © Marvel Comics, and Mellow’s image is uncommissioned fan art.

Follow Symbiartic on Twitter at @symbiartic and check out Glendon’s gallery here.



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  1. 1. jrewing123@clear.net 11:31 pm 05/30/2012

    Looks remarkably similar to Jeff Dunham’s sketches for “AJ”, Achmed the Dead Terrorist’s son. This is not a bad thing, mind, just something I noticed.

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