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What I'm Reading #13: She-Hulk

Ok. I gotta admit it straight up before we start: I feel really, really bad about this one. This isn’t going to be like the other Monday editions on this blog, but rather an apology, and a call-to-arms. 534 more words


She-Hulk 10 (January 2015)

Soule wraps up the Captain America story rather nicely. The story doesn’t really belong in a She-Hulk comic, just because it doesn’t have anything to do with Jen (not the explanation of the past nor the current lawsuit, which is just a red herring) but it’s a good Marvel universe story. 130 more words


She Hulk

Now is an amazing time in comics when it comes to strong female leads. Marvel has a dozen books featuring female leads, and all of them are critical and/or commercial successes. 666 more words

She-Hulk #9: Structurally Sound and Bittersweet

This review originally appeared in the Best Shots column at Newsarama

She-Hulk #9
Written by Charles Soule
Art by Javier Pulido and Muntsa Vicente
Lettering by Clayton Cowles… 527 more words


She-Hulk 9 (December 2014)

The trial of Steve Rogers continues and… Soule fumbles it. There’s no other word for how he handles She-Hulk defending Captain America in a civil suit against Daredevil. 147 more words


It's Not Easy Being Green: She-Hulk Cancelled

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on October 22, 2014.

Marvel solicits for January have been released bringing news of new series and cancellations. There’s excitement (at least for me) for a new… 643 more words


She Hulk 9 review

She Hulk vs. Daredevil in court. The Defendant: Captain America in a wrongful death civil suit. Why hasn’t something like this happened before? 345 more words

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