Humor remains paramount for David, but he mixes it with drama so most of the laughs are more like uneasy chuckles. When Monet stops tearing up the real estate, she locates Darwin and scans his friend (but these Skrulls are immune to mutant telepathy, remember?). The way the Skrull Talisman (he's sort of their version of Silver Surfer, pre-world-conquering horde arrival) is ultimately revealed is as a hilarious manifestation of Darwin's power. So while X-Factor has an off-month (they're in a state of flux at the moment), She-Hulk is better than ever. Let's hope the crossover ultimately benefits both books, as it heads back to X-Factor next month. Read Full Review
All in all, it's a decent issue. David's writing is good as usual (I especially like Maddrox playing pile-up on She-Hulk), and Cucca sure knows how to draw a tight T-shirt on his women, but the plot is a mass of improbabilities. It's just silly, and the sooner David gets back to She-Hulk's preexisting storyline, the better. Read Full Review
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