She-Hulk #12

Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Paul Pelletier Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
6.0Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

On the moon of Titan justice appears to be infallible. All matters are weighed by the impartial supercomputer, Isaac. And all testimony is telepathically pulled from the witnesses' minds by MOONDRAGON. It seems like the perfect system, right? That's what SHE-HULK is there to find out. But can she remain impartial, given that the defendant is someone she'd like to snap in two? It starts here: the final fate of the fallen Avenger, STARFOX! Special appearances by THE LIVING TRIBUNAL, PIP THE TROLL, and... THANOS?!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 24, 2005

    Paul Pelletier's work has really come into its own during his time on this title. While I've always been a fan of his work, it looks particularly sharp during his brief stint on this title, and I'm delighted to learn that he'll be joining Dan Slott over on the Great Lakes Avengers miniseries, as the two are shaping up to be one of the better creative teams in comics. His work on this issue is a lot of fun as half the issue is a mindless slugfest with the rampaging Titania, and how can one not love the scene where Awesome Andy proves that he's no match for Titania's power? The art also manages to capture nicely the sense of utter delight on Titania's face when she is lead to believe that she has killed She-Hulk, and the scene where Jennifer knocks her into orbit made for a solid final image to end the battle. The art also does some nice work on the little details like the preening Hercules, or the visual cue that the dead body of She-Hulk isn't what it appears to be. The comic fanb Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Feb 18, 2005

    I really hope She-Hulk returns, but I'm skeptical. I can't help it. Comics have burned me too often for me to keep a cheery outlook on the shenanigans of the Big Two. If this proves to be the last we saw of the Jade Giantess, the series will be remembered as a bright spot in otherwise grim and stupid season of comic book reading. Read Full Review

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