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TITLE: She-Hulk #1
AUTHOR: Rainbow Rowell
ARTISTS: Roge Antonio, Rico Renzi (Colorist), Joe Caramagna (Letterer). Cover by Jen Bartel & Adam Hughes.
RELEASED: January 19, 2022
By Rob Siebert
I’ve never read She-Hulk regularly. But I’m a Rainbow Rowell fan. So I might be sticking around for this one.
The series starts off with a brawl between She-Hulk and Titania that has a nice, almost mundane flavored comedic twist to it. It nicely set what will presumably be the tone for the series.
I got a little lost during the last two pages. But generally this was pretty easy to follow. Rowell writes Jennifer Walters very well as a down on her luck underdog, and Antonio’s art is a lot of fun. Here’s hoping the fun continues!
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