I really like what Peter David has been doing here. She-Hulk has questioned and come to terms with her role as a heroine. She has been operating outside the normal confines of the law as a bounty hunter posing as an FBI agent while still standing for and upholding justice. With She-Hulk traveling as a bounty hunter the book does not have a permanent locale and this gives this gives the book a vibe somewhat reminiscent of the old Hulk TV series. The constant banter between She-Hulk and her Skrull partner Jazinda is always enjoyable and a highlight of the book. In this issue we are treated to a look into Skrull sexual mores, unless Jaz is exceptional among her people in her practices. The book promises a story arc that will reveal the reasons behind Jennifer Walters' disbarment and a Hercules guest shot to follow that. I find plenty to like about this book at the moment and I am looking forward to continuing with it. Read Full Review
David and Semekis are definitely working together nicely as a team on this book, but it's going to be interesting to see how this series evolves when Vincenzo Cucca takes over on art with issue 31, as his art has a very different look and feel. One thing that has been very unique about David's run is how the storylines aren't quite as compartmentalized as they are in other titles. Plotlines have stepped forward and faded backwards, but here we are, 7 issues into this run, and I can't really point to where one arc clearly begins and another one ends, and that is something pretty unique in this era in comics. Read Full Review
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