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The Collected Criticism of an Intoxicated Superhero

incrdiblehulk.jpgYesterday GalleyCat Reviews readers debated Arianna Huffington‘s keynote Tools of Change speech about the future of the book review.

The heated comments section drew a response from a Twitter user who claims to be an intoxicated comic book character, DrunkHulk. The green hero typed in all caps, reminding this GalleyCat editor of a childhood memory: “DRUNK HULK NO BE THIS EXCITE ABOUT BOOK SINCE PIZZA HUT MAKE BOOK IT PROGRAM!”

Turns out Drunk Hulk has contributed a few thoughts on this site in the signature style of the Incredible Hulk (pictured, via). As we recover from a long week of publishing conferencing, we have decided to archive the collected literary criticism of Drunk Hulk.

When looking at GalleyCat Reviews list of the Best Book Reviewers on Twitter, he typed mightily: “UNLESS IT PYNCHON! BOOK REVIEW SHOULD HAVE NO MORE CHARACTER THAN IN REVIEW BOOK! IT SCIENCE!”

Finally, he speculated about James Cameron’s upcoming Avatar novel with fearsome logic: “JAMES CAMERON WRITE AVATAR PREQUEL! HE NO PUBLISH UNTIL POP-UP TECHNOLOGY ADVANCE TO SATISFACTION!”

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