She-Hulk #2

Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Juan Bobillo Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 2
9.3Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

Sure, She-Hulk would risk her life to bring Hawkeye back to life... but will she risk getting disbarred? Be there when She-Hulk and Hawkeye team up for a strange legal adventure... and somehow wind up fighting a giant robot.

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 9, 2004

    I had a grand old time with this issue, and this is the issue that has fully convinced me that Dan Slott has tapped in an idea that is rift with potential story ideas, and he's got enough imagination that it's going to be some time before this creative well runs dry. I also have to applaud this issue for offering up a story that fits She-Hulk, and She-Hulk alone, as this isn't the type of story where one could cut and paste any old hero into the story, but rather this is a concept that is perfectly tailored to She-Hulk. This concept is also full of springboard for humorous plot developments and there's several moments in this issue where Dan Slott makes it clear he's fully aware of this, and that he's got a wonderful sense of humor, as I found myself smiling right from page one. The issue is also loaded with fun concepts that are playing out in the background, like the Doctor Strange's guest-appearance, and the main plot isn't half bad either as the case of Danger Man was pretty compel Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Nov 26, 2005

    Perhaps the weirdest thing about this issue is that if you strip away the time travel elements and the recently deceased Hawkeye guest starring, it reads as a pretty engrossing trial with Jen showing why she earned a law degree. This however does not surprise the TVA who leaves the reader with a surprising cliffhanger. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Apr 17, 2004

    I was more involved in the characterization of She-Hulk and the setup of the series than I was interested in the plight of the main plot-character. Of special note is the characterization of the Bobillo-rendered vulpine Scarlet Witch and the fairy-like Wasp. These cameos just make me wish Slott and Bobillo had a crack at The Avengers. Read Full Review

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