She-Hulk #10

Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Paul Pelletier Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.0Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

You date someone long enough, you think you know them. But people change. And in the case of Colonel John Jameson, change can come with a fur coat, big fangs, and a very nasty appetite! Yeah, that's right, gamma-fans! Get ready for She-Hulk's biggest throw down yet as she goes toe-to-claw with THE MAN-WOLF! Also a long absent cast member makes their stunning return! An important person from She-Hulk's past barges in! And one character leaves the book in a scene that you'll be talking about for months!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 21, 2004

    Paul Pelletier is a fine artist, and while this book is on the chopping block, I'm happy to see he's found a home for his art as it's been far too long since he's been on a title that I pick up. He has a clean style that delivers the action in a visually engaging manner, and one can't help but be impressed by the level of detail that he puts on the page. He also gets the opportunity to play in the "Secret War" sandbox, as how can one not smile in fond remembrance at the leg warmers that used to be a regular part of She Hulk's look, and the art perfectly captures the mounting frustration of Titania as she discovers the simple truth that villains rarely if ever are afforded the opportunity to defeat the hero they're fighting. The art also offers up some solid work on it's facial expressions, from Titania's face on the credit page, to her wistful look as she imagines the fame and fortune that will come with her lottery win. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Dec 20, 2004

    All girls have to do today is read this book to get the same thrill. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Dec 11, 2004

    The second spoiler involves a welcome guest appearance by Victor von Doom. Again, Slott treats Doom like his old self. However evil his ends may have been, I can't help but think that Doom's intentions were honorable. The way Slott parallels Doom's history with that of Titania intrigues and makes his involvement plausible. Read Full Review

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