With the news about Marvel's latest initiative to revive its presence on television with an array of shows, the headliner of that group was always the gamma-radiated return of The Hulk. The live-action revival series of the emerald giant with anger issues will be jointly produced by Marvel and ABC seeing as both are now under the umbrella of Disney's vast entertainment empire. With that said, it seems that those resources were well spent with the announcement of the show's creative team: Director Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth, the Hellboy series) and David Eick (Exec. Producer of the Battlestar Galactica shows.) It's quite an impressive collaboration, and for fans wondering about the value of even having a new Hulk series, it undoubtedly raises the profile of the would-be project. The combination will yield a renown film director in Del Toro stepping into virgin territory in this first foray into television, along with a veteran television producer in Eick, whose experiencing running the Galactica shows will prove an invaluable asset. The details, you ask? Well, they're pretty scarce, but a brief description has provided some critical aspects of the new show.