She-Hulk (Jen Walters) is without a doubt, my favorite comic character ever.
I own every issue of all four series she's had (including variants), the one-shots that have been here and there (Cosmic Collision, Thing/She-Hulk: The Long Night, She-Hulk: Sensational), the mini's she's appeared in (The Sensational She-Hulk in Ceremony, Savage She-Hulk, Fall of the Hulks: The Savage She-Hulks), Byrne's Marvel Graphic Novel, all the TB's & hardcovers that have been released and The Essential Savage She-Hulk. As well as pretty much every appearance she's had in The Avengers & The Fantastic Four, as well as most of her appearances on the other teams she's been with (Defenders, Fantastic Force, Heroes for Hire etc.). If the character appears in an issue of a comic, I generally pick it up (which has led me to owning a bunch of single or double issues in fairly crappy series' I generally wouldn't have touched).
I was totally upset at the cancellation of her latest series. Between Slott and PAD, the character got more character development in the course of a few years, than she's had pretty much her entire existence (props to Roger Stern & John Byrne for giving the character new life during her original runs in The Avengers & Fantastic Four).
I haven't always been a fan of how the character has been portrayed (I'm not a huge fan of her Sensational Series... the fourth wall breaking thing isn't for me, and it seems to have really divided the character's fans on how she should appear in comics, which drives me nuts), but I've always followed the character, through thick and thin.
My favorite comic character since the very first issue I ever picked up back in the mid-80's. I'd love for the character to have another series, even if she has to share the adventures with Lyra (who I quite like and don't have a problem with).
Hopefully this "involvement" in the Hulk's latest adventures (I used the term involvement loosely as she's been off the table for about eight months now, only appearing in a stasis tube type thing) will lead to something good for the character.