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  • She is awesome and needs her own book again

    436 71.48%
  • She is okay but is better on a team

    121 19.84%
  • Don't care for her

    53 8.69%
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    I wasn't a fan of that part of Johns' run. His idea that Jen's transformation was triggered by fear struck me as a bit of a mistake for the character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expletive Deleted View Post
    I wasn't a fan of that part of Johns' run. His idea that Jen's transformation was triggered by fear struck me as a bit of a mistake for the character.
    I can imagine the rainbow of Hulk's we would have gotten from his run. I'm surprised he didn't turn Jen yellow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expletive Deleted View Post
    I wasn't a fan of that part of Johns' run. His idea that Jen's transformation was triggered by fear struck me as a bit of a mistake for the character.
    I am not saying its an amazing story (that was Red Zone), there are a few issues with it. I just found it an interesting emotional part of the character's history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talisman View Post
    I can imagine the rainbow of Hulk's we would have gotten from his run. I'm surprised he didn't turn Jen yellow.
    Have you seen the Hulk books lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMBMOOL View Post
    I truly LOVE the She-hulk and I was a great fan of her recent on-going series. Too Bad Marvel chicken out on having her sue Tony Stark during that whole World War Hulk fiasco.

    Still, I would have loved to see her "Sensational Series" finally collected.
    Whoa, I just realized that She-Hulk is another superhero with formal education in the law. Except unlike Daredevil and Punisher, she can practice the law in her superhero identity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comicfan298 View Post
    Anyway I saw the July solicits I was pleased to see this was being released in HC. I thought it was a good emotional story, I was glad Dan revisited it during his She-Hulk run.

    Sweet! I'd love to get that in Hard Cover.

    It wasn't Johns' best work by any means, and I agree with Expletive Deleted that fear triggering her transformations was a misstep, but I still enjoyed the story overall.

    I liked that Johns was trying to expand the Avengers roster, and still tell intimate stories about each of the characters in a larger setting. I think had he not signed a DC exclusive contract and stayed with The Avengers for longer, he really would've hit his stride with the team and done some really excellent work.

    Plus, despite her involvement and numerous appearances with The Avengers over the decades, I'm hard pressed to think of another Avengers story that was as She-Hulk specific as this one was, and as a fan of the character, that was awesome for me to be reading at the time!

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    I got a look at the latest Hulk book today. Anyone else find it ironic and a bit sad that one of the people who caught, stripped and stuck Jen in a tube is a man she worked hard to defend when she was a lawyer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_S View Post
    I got a look at the latest Hulk book today. Anyone else find it ironic and a bit sad that one of the people who caught, stripped and stuck Jen in a tube is a man she worked hard to defend when she was a lawyer?

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    You mean the Leader? Leader is a super villain, he doesn't do gratitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Master Meglomaniac View Post
    You mean the Leader? Leader is a super villain, he doesn't do gratitude.
    No, but Jen in effect made sure the man who is doing all of this to her got off.

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    You mean there is lacking of logic or anything smart in hulks books lately? You guys made some great points about the nonsense of no one even wondering where jen is and leader being defended by Jen. Could have at least had one scene with Leader gloating like you got me off so now I can do this.
    I am sorry about that rant but I can trust marvel and I still worry where they are going with Hulk family. I don't Jen or anyone is safe and I know 30th anniversary but still I won't feel better till everything is done.

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    Iwas looking at a Benny Hill screen cap. I noticed something famliar about it.



    It was used (or at least the facial expression) for the cover of issue 38.


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    Should have posted a comment on this sooner, but I've been getting caught up on my comics. Had to put many of them on hold after being without work for a few months. I just finished off the stack of Fall of the Hulks/World War Hulks today. Glad to see Jen is alive, but now, after enduring the "twists & turns" of the storyline, I've got a headache the size of Asteroid M.

    Now I know how Lewis Black feels from time to time.

    Anyway, I have come not to bury Jeff Leob (Not just yet, folks. Soon...) but to praise the emerald amazon on her 30 years with Marvel. I first discovered her on the 1982 Incredible Hulk cartoon (Enter: She-Hulk) at a very young age. Since then, I have collected her entire Savage run, some choice Byrne comics (from her second series, the graphic novel, and a few Fantastic Four issues), and so on. I even got most of the action figures and her Bowen Design bust. I would have more, but there is a fine line between one's devotion and one's checkbook. ^^;

    I truly hope that, once this FotH/WWH's fiasco is over, that Jen is back in the saddle of a new series. Slott's run was the best series from Marvel I had ever read. I still stuck with it even when PAD took over. After the past few years, she needs to be taken out of the gutter and back on top. Same can be said for a lot of Marvel ladies that have gotten the raw end of the deal one way (Ms Marvel's book canceled) or the other (Tigra being pistol whipped and now preggers with a Skrull baby and going off the deep end). I would love to see her be team leader of the Lady Liberators. My pick for writers would be a toss between Gail Simone or Jimmy Palmiotti, for the artists I'd choose Arthur Adams or Amanda Conner.

    As for my reason to go with Art Adams, allow me to offer Exhibit A...

    Art can capture the beauty of the Marvel ladies, be they green or covered in fur.

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    Regards to Geoff Johns run on Avengers, I feel that Jen's ability to change via fear is possible given the proper angle and the best writer to pull it off. But that's one dude's opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by comicfan298 View Post
    Iwas looking at a Benny Hill screen cap. I noticed something famliar about it.



    It was used (or at least the facial expression) for the cover of issue 38.

    That's funny - it doesn't look like a Greg Land or David Mack cover...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by comicfan298 View Post
    Iwas looking at a Benny Hill screen cap. I noticed something famliar about it.



    It was used (or at least the facial expression) for the cover of issue 38.


    Good call. Interesting way to pay homage to Benny Hill.
    BTW, is that video available to watch online anywhere? I searched the web but came up empty.

    Speaking of transformations, I confess that watching Jennifer Walters change into She Hulk is a lot of fun (provided they are not painful to her.)
    I think the best one was when Shulkie guest starred in the FF4 episode "The Cure":

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x29...lknew_creation

    I can only imagine what her transformations would be like in a live action She Hulk movie...

    Does anybody have any favorite She-Hulk transformation panels they would like to share?

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    I totally didn't mind the change to fear. I was actually more glad she was able change again. Burying jeph loeb going to try not do that but reminds me of what I like to bury but I get into more troubke then that is worth. My favorite tf pannel? Hard to say but one for sure is first tf in Ultimate Wolverine vs Hulk.

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