Jeremy Lin Teams Up With Asian-American 'Hulk' In New Comic Book
Huffington Post - 2 months
Jeremy Lin has now dribbled his way into the pages of a comic book.
The Brooklyn Nets point guard was featured as a character in Marvel’s “The Totally Awesome Hulk” #13, which was released last week. Since this particular incarnation of the Hulk is an Asian-American named Amadeus Cho, comics writer Greg Pak felt it would be perfect to incorporate Lin ― who appears as himself ― into the storyline.
“I was here in New York when Linsanity happened and it never stopped for me,” Pak, who’s Korean-American, told amNewYork back in September. “I just love the guy. And at a certain point, I just found myself thinking, ‘Hey, wouldn’t it be cool if the biggest Asian-American superhero met the biggest Asian-American sports star?’”
In the story, Cho meets Lin, who also appears in issue 14, and the two team up for a charity basketball game. But things eventually go south, Pak told the CBR.com. Cho who is a “cocky kid” and feels he’s got it all figured out, and Lin who values teamwork als
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