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She-Hulk #12 (Marvel)

Rating: 4/5 – Case Closed on the Blue File and This Series.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Adam Alamo.

It seems that lately an ensemble of talented writers and artists have conspired to reinvent characters I don’t necessarily care about in ways that make me fall in love with them. 645 more words


She-Hulk 12 (April 2015)

Well, there’s quite a bit to the last issue of She-Hulk, where Soule reveals the great conspiracy but not the paralegal’s secret. The conspiracy has to do with magic and some other stuff and Soule assumes the reader remembers small details from eight issues ago. 129 more words


Spotlight: She-Hulk (2014)

Spotlight: She-Hulk (2014) 

Written by  Charles Soule

Art by Javier Pulido and Ronald Wimberly

Covers by Kevin Wada

Published by Marvel

Reviewed by Mathew R Wilmot… 1,482 more words


Review Brew: She Hulk #12

Writer: Charles Soule
Artist: Javier Pulido
Colorist: Muntsa Vicente

Reviewed by: Brett Israel


What a ride this run was. The Soule/Pulido comic came out of nowhere, blew us away, and left quickly, without us barely getting a chance to fully come to terms with it’s greatness. 479 more words

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Review: Hawkeye, Vol. 1: My Life as a Weapon by Matt Fraction, David Aja (Illustrations), Javier Pulido (Illustrations), Alan Davis (Illustrator)

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’d been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. 461 more words

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Nothing Is One Thing In She-Hulk #12

Today is a sad day for our favorite green lawyer, issue 12 is the last of Charles Soule, Javier Pulido, and Kevin Wada’s beloved run of… 337 more words

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Catwoman (2003) - #19 : Javier Pulido

“No Easy Way Down Part Three” : ” Brutal truths are revealed and pivotal decisions are made as Slam Bradley finally resolves the case of the Missing Goldigger with gory results. 33 more words

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