Red She-Hulk #67

Red She-Hulk #67

Writer: Jeff Parker Artist: Francesco Francavilla Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 3, 2013 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 1
6.5Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

The MAD THINKER has improved the next generation of Super-Soldiers and they are here to finish the rampage of the RED SHE-HULK! Is Betty stuck in Omega Stage Hulk form forever? Will MACHINE MAN, SHE-HULK and humanity pay the price for Betty's interference of the future? The MAD THINKER has improved the next generation of Super-Soldiers and they are here to finish the rampage of the RED SHE-HULK!Is Betty stuck in Omega Stage Hulk form forever?Will MACHINE MAN, more

  • 8.2
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jul 3, 2013

    It's not an ideal finish for the series, but Parker and his artists made the best of what space they had left. Together they crafted a terrific and annoyingly under-appreciated book, and I can only hope that the ending is teasing more to come from this quirky cast of heroes. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Corey 'Undeadpool' Schroeder Jul 3, 2013

    I complain about being lost in the book, but I have rarely had so much fun being lost. I get JUST enough to be fascinated and intrigued, and the characters are all written with enough style and flair that theyre always entertaining to read, even when exactly what theyre doing isnt clear. Likewise the art is solid enough to never be confusing or unclear, so the book is still a great read and leaves off with a team that I really, truly hope get their own title and their own chance in the spotlight. A great sendoff for a great, underappreciated run. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Jul 9, 2013

    When Marvel announced this book, I knew that it probably wasn't long for the world, but I am glad that editorial was willing to give Parker and Red She-Hulk a shot. The 'Route 616" arc has been a fascinating story, and one that I'm sorry won't continue immediately. I'd personally like to see the team of Tesla, Jennifer Walters, Machine Man, Man-Thing and Betty Ross again, even though Marvel's current publishing strategy wouldn't really allow it. There's too much emphasis on getting the NEXT BIG THING out the door, with books like this serving as bin-filling loss-leaders that will be ignored and forgotten in a year or three. (Remember The Loners? Avengers Initiative? Even the Agents of Atlas?) Still, though, Red She Hulk #67 wraps up the arc and the series on a very high note, with multiple artists delivering a seamless whole, and justifies its odd rationale with excellent story. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Marvel Disassembled - Michael Bowie Jul 6, 2013

    As with any fin issue, this is not the place to start if you haven't been reading the series already, but if you've been following along since the switchover as I have, this really is one of the more satisfying issues of the brief run. I'm truly surprised to admit that it left me a bit disappointed the series was finished. I'll be looking forward to seeing what's in store fr Red She-Hulk in the future. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Hugo Robberts Lariviere Jul 10, 2013

    While the art is as good as it ever was, this issue does not work as well as a finale thanks to the rushed pacing and the fact that it tries to do too many things at once, leaving some elements untouched as a result. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jul 5, 2013

    The Ancient Order of the Shield factors in, offering an escape clause that simply was not present in an otherwise mundane story. Stuff gets hit, stuff blows up and good guys prevail. I'm interested to see what's next for Red She-Hulk, even if this story won't be top of my mind at that time. Parker, as he has a knack to do, drew my interest to Red She-Hulk and to Machine Man: characters I cared less about than Night Nurse and Frog-Man. The formation of a team is mentioned at the end of "Red She-Hulk" #67 and if Parker took Red She-Hulk, Machine Man, Frog-Man and Night Nurse and wrote the "Adventures of the New Champions," I'd be all in. Read Full Review

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