If you’re a Jeremy Lin collector, you might need to find a comic book shop.
The Brooklyn Nets’ point guard from Harvard makes his second appearance in a Marvel Comics release that arrives in shops today. It’s issue 14 of The Totally Awesome Hulk.
The story began in last month’s issue created by writer Greg Pak and pencilled by Luke Ross.
“I was really interested to see what would happen. I loved everything about it,” Lin told ESPN.com last month about being in the first issue. “Growing up, watching the movies or whatever it might be, we have all experienced some sort of fandom toward superheroes.”
Issues are $3.99 as part of a series that began last year with the Hulk powers taken on by a Korean-American character — “a super-genius teen-ager” — named Amadeus Cho.
On the court this year, Lin has averaged 13.9 points and 5.8 assists per game.
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