She-Hulk #6

She-Hulk #6

Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Ronald Wimberly Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 16, 2014 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 11 User Reviews: 8
7.2Critic Rating
6.1User Rating

• Last issue, someone important to She-Hulk was killed - and she won't let it stand.
•  But the mysterious blue file turns friend into foe, who can she trust?
•  Charles Soule and Ron Wemberly continue the All New Marvel Now hit everyone's talking about!

  • 10
    Comic Spectrum - Kevyn Knox( Jul 21, 2014

    She-Hulk #6 is the kind of comic book that I remember growing up with in the late 1970"s and early 1980"s. Both funny, in a quite wry sense, edging on dark comedy at that, and with a sense of impending dread and most probable doom for our heroes, Charles Soule hands us yet another soon-to-be classic tale of the non-Avenger, non-X-Men slice of the Marvel Universe. I am digging Wimberly's artwork most completely and I am looking forward with great glee and glorious anticipation to what will come next. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Jul 21, 2014

    Still, this series is smart and fun - a rare combination in comics these days! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - David Pepose Jul 17, 2014

    Ultimately, the story doesn't quite hit as hard as the spectacle, but this may be the most energy this series has had yet. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Jul 19, 2014

    She-Hulk by Charles Soule is still in my list of Marvel comics that are leading the current comics revolution. It's fun, it's unique, and it's kind of quirky. I love all those things about the comic. The first four issues were a neat exploration of Jen's new law office, while this issue and the last one finally got a little serious, dipping into Soule's bigger story ideas. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Jess Camacho Jul 17, 2014

    She-Hulk #6 has seen a bit of a tonal shift in the last couple of issues. The series began a bit more lighthearted and hit a peak with the Dr. Doom issue, but has since become more serious thanks to the mysterious blue file. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    AiPT! - Jordan Richards Jul 16, 2014

    She-Hulk #6 is a weak conclusion to what started off a great mini-arc. It just sort of ends without resolution, some of the writing dropped in quality, and artwork continues to be an utter mess. There are some good parts to it and I wouldn't say you should drop the book, since we going back to the original artist next issue, but this one may be hard to sit through if you have been enjoying the title up until now. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comicosity - Sam Marx Jul 16, 2014

    Im the first to admit that I might be proven wrong by the seemingly strange character interactions as the series continues, but for now Im disappointed that a new storyline is opened while what weve been building to is left far from resolution. Luckily, this is still a very good issue with a little glimpse into Angies secrets and one heck of a fight scene (it may be worth it to buy the issue for that alone)! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Booked - Newell Turner Jul 20, 2014

    "Blue" is turning in to an interesting super hero mystery, though honestly I'm intrigued by the legal side of it too. Who is the guy suing Jen and company, and why is he doing it? Why does no one remember it, and why is their attention being diverted away from it? Perhaps next issue will start to give us some answers. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Newsarama - Lilith Wood Jul 21, 2014

    Pulido will be back for the August issue, and will probably return his ad-man gloss to She-Hulk. Jennifer Walters can go back to her less fashion-forward, more preppily polished incarnation, and we can go back to enjoying banter, hijinks, shapes and colors without expecting too much more from the story. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Meagan Damore Jul 21, 2014

    Although this is a very strong issue story-wise, "She-Hulk" #6 ultimately suffers under the weight of Wimberly's artwork. Nevertheless, Soule puts a whole lot of heart into his characters, which makes this story more than worth its while. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jul 21, 2014

    I was less-than-thrilled with switch to Ronald Wimberly's art beginning last issue, but the Blue File storyline offered an intriguing mystery I wanted to see through. Since that isn't going to happen any time soon, and the art is even more jarring this month, I'm sad to say I'm probably done with the title. I think Charles Soule has introduced several intriguing ideas for the new series including Jennifer's Walters' unorthodox staff and offices catering to super-human characters, but despite my appreciation of the character there's simply not enough here to bring me back month after month. Pass. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    the green death Jul 16, 2014

    A good issue in a great series. The lack of resolution is a little frustrating, but I have the feeling we will get more of the mysterious blue file in months to come.

  • 5.0
    eVanDiesel Jul 21, 2014

    I like this book, but the art is absolutely atrocious.

  • 2.0
    ComicSniper Jul 17, 2014

    Absolutely horrible. I haven't been a fan of the series so far but normally praise Soule's writing technique and dialogue. But this issue's dialogue was stilted and unnatural. Pulido's art filled in the gaps in Soule's earlier scripts, but now Wimberly's abstract approach is uncomplimentary. The entire series reeks of having been rushed to print.

  • 9.0
    LeandroMDuarte Jul 20, 2014

  • 8.5
    Kaleavland Aug 1, 2014

  • 6.5
    kaulthelegend Jul 21, 2014

  • 5.5
    mrDovydas Aug 10, 2014

  • 4.5
    Sidney Jul 18, 2014

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