Yeah, we know her moniker’s pretty darn ridiculous. But this book’s delightfully zany setup — Jen Walters (She-Hulk’s alter ego and the Hulk’s cousin) takes a job specializing in superhuman law — allows writer Dan Slott to explore outrageous scenarios, like when the deceased Hawkeye is plucked from the past to serve on a time-travel-case jury. Fanboy in-jokes and satire abound, but the stories and characterization are near-faultless. Other creators ought to be green with envy.
She-Hulk Yeah, we know her moniker's pretty darn ridiculous. But this book's delightfully zany setup — Jen Walters (She-Hulk's alter ego...She-HulkFictionDan Slott Yeah, we know her moniker's pretty darn ridiculous. But this book's delightfully zany setup — Jen Walters (She-Hulk's alter ego...2005-11-25
Genre: Fiction; Author: Dan Slott
Posted November 25 2005 — 12:00 AM EST
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