A She-Hulk #7 Micro-Review – The Sexual She-Hulk

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She-Hulk 7, cover, 2022, Jen BartelTITLE: She-Hulk #7
AUTHOR: Rainbow Rowell
ARTISTS:
Luca Maresca, Rico Renzi (Colorist), Joe Caramagna (Letterer). Cover by Jen Bartel.

RELEASED: November 2, 2022

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

This issue sees Jen represent a supervillain’s cyborg doppleganger who’s being tried for the crimes of the genuine article. Now that‘s the kind of lawyer work I want to see her doing!

Things get a little sexy in the early portion of this issue. I know it’s nothing new to see She-Hulk portrayed in a sexy light. But as a newer She-Hulk reader, it feels a little weird to me. After all, you rarely if ever see her male counterpart used that way, do you?

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A She-Hulk #6 Micro-Review – “Who Cares About Jack of Hearts?”

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She-Hulk 6, cover, 2022, Jen BartelTITLE: She-Hulk #6
AUTHOR: Rainbow Rowell
ARTISTS:
Luca Maresca, Rico Renzi (Colorist), Joe Caramagna (Letterer). Cover by Jen Bartel.
RELEASED:
September 7, 2022

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

Early in this issue, someone asks the question, “Who cares about Jack of Hearts?” Unfortunately, I’m finding the answer is, “Not me.”

The issue isn’t without intrigue, though. As we can see from Nightcrawler being on the cover, Jen is about to take a step into the world of the X-Men. That could be fun.

Maresca also draws a hell of a She-Hulk. So at least Jen looks good through all of this.

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A She-Hulk #2 Micro-Review – The Joy of the Mundane

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She-Hulk #2, cover, 2022, Jen BartelTITLE: She-Hulk #2
AUTHOR: Rainbow Rowell
ARTISTS:
Roge Antonio, Rico Renzi (Colorist), Joe Caramagna (Letterer). Cover by Jen Bartel.

RELEASED: March 2, 2022

By Rob Siebert
Fanboy Wonder

We spent most of this issue expositing with Jack of Hearts, a former Avenger and friend of Jennifer Walters who’s suddenly arrived at her new apartment. Not necessarily the way I would have gone about this second issue. But it seems like he’s integral to the story we’re telling here, so I get it.

Maybe it’s because I’m not a regular She-Hulk reader, but I’m more amused by her trying to do mundane, everyday stuff. Taking the subway, navigating through city traffic, getting to the office, etc. We only get that in the last fourth of this issue.

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A She-Hulk #1 Micro-Review – A Mundane Brawl?

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She-Hulk 1, cover, 2022, Jen Bartel, Adam HughesTITLE: 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
Fanboy Wonder

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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