Now that Iron Man's been out in cinemas and on games consoles for a few weeks, it's time for SEGA to turn its attention more squarely to the other big cinema/game property heading forth from Marvel Comics - The Incredible Hulk
. In that vein, the publisher has put out the video below explaining just where the green goliath came from.
So it is that we find Stan Lee, the godfather of Marvel Comics asking, when a property is "a combination of Frankenstein
and Jekyll and Hyde
, how can it not be good?" Well, far be it from SPOnG to question the man who arguably created the modern superhero, but... The Hulk
isn't really a mixture of Frankenstein
(we're assuming he means the monster) and Jekyll and Hyde
, is it? It's more just Jekyll and Hyde combined with 1960's Cold War paranoia...
Anyway, if you can put SPOnG's passive aggression towards Stan Lee aside, you'll see a bit of what The Hulk does best mixed in with Stan et al talking about him. He runs around. He smashes stuff. He fights a giant robot!
You can find out more on SPOnG's dedicated game page