Marvel Animation's PLANET HULK Blu-Ray/DVD Details and Trailer

Marvel’s next animated film is the epic tale of Planet Hulk! This is definitely the biggest and the best animated production that has come form Marvel or DC so far. I actually had the opportunity to see this film, and it was pretty spectacular. I will be posting my full review of the film soon enough. But it’s not a disappointment at all, its got everything fans of the comic are looking for, but like most hardcore comic book fans they are going to find problems, that’s expected. But overall the movie is a great ride and everyone should be able to enjoy it. Personally, I think this is the most epic Hulk film made. 

The DVD is set to come out on February 2nd 2010! I have included the official story synopsis, trailer, and DVD/Blu-Ray specs and details.

Story Synopsis:


He was a monster, impossible to control, too dangerous to ignore. So Earth’s mightiest heroes exiled him into outer space.  But now the Incredible Hulk crash lands on the distant planet Sakaar, ruled by the tyrannical Red King.  Sold into slavery, Hulk becomes the planet’s mightiest gladiator—but his new masters get more than they bargained for when he forges a bond of brotherhood with his fellow fighters: crafty insectoid Miek, ruthless rock-man Korg, ex-shadow priest Hiroim, and the noble-born rebel Elloe.  Unlike Earth, the desperate people of Sakaar believe a monster is just what they need.  But will the Hulk be the one to save their world… or destroy it?


Program Description

This February, Marvel Animated Features and Lionsgate Home Entertainment will premiere the most anticipated animated feature yet with the release of Planet Hulk on DVD and Blu-Ray Disc. With artwork created by pre-eminent comic artist Alex Ross, the first–ever Marvel animated features inclusion of digital copy and loads of special features, the next big chapter for The Incredible Hulk has arrived!

Make way for Marvel’s mightiest hero, as Bruce Banner’s alter-ego takes on an entire planet after being banished from Earth.  This legendary chapter in Marvel’s comic book history has continued to thrill comic fans ever since it was written in 2006.  Now Marvel and Lionsgate have taken the epic comic book and created a heart-pounding tale of intergalactic proportions that stays true to its comic book roots.  

The 2-Disc Special Edition DVD and Blu-ray Disc of Planet Hulk contain a standard definition digital copy of the film as well as smashing bonus materials that include audio commentaries, in-depth featurettes, music videos, a full episode of Wolverine and the X-Men featuring the Hulk,  2 complete Marvel motion comics and more! The standard one-disc DVD of the film will contain an audio commentary, a featurette and a glimpse at the opening sequence of the next animated feature film, Thor: Tales of Asgard.  Planet Hulk will be available on standard DVD for $19.98, 2-disc Special Edition DVD for $24.98 and on 2-disc Blu-ray Disc for $29.99 on February 2, 2010.  


DISC ONE:                                                                                                                                         

  • ·  Opening Sequence: Thor: Tales of Asgard       
  • ·  Audio commentary by Supervising Producer Joshua Fine and Screenwriter Writer Greg Johnson
  • ·  Audio commentary by Director Sam Liu, Character Designer Philip Bourassa and Key  Background Painter Steve Nicodemus
  • ·  “A Whole World of Hurt: The Making of Planet Hulk” featurette
  • ·  “Let the Smashing Commence!: The Saga of Planet Hulk” featurette
  • ·   “Rise Up” Astonishing X-Men music video
  • ·  “Watch Your Step” Spider-Woman music video
  • ·  Wolverine and the X-Men
  • ·   motion comic   
  • ·  Astonishing X-Men: Gifted motion comic  


  • ·  Standard Definition Digital Copy of the feature film


  • ·         Opening Sequence: Thor: Tales of Asgard
  • ·         Audio Commentary by Supervising Producer Joshua Fine and Screenwriter Writer Greg


  • ·          “A Whole World of Hurt: The Making of Planet Hulk” featurette

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