She-Hulk #27

Writer: Peter David Artist: Val Semeiks Publisher: Marvel Comics Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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She-Hulk's quest to re-discover her inner hero takes her back to her old law firm and back to face Tony Stark when an innocent bystander from her previous mission finds himself wrongly accused for murder. Can she put the past behind her?

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Steven M. Bari Mar 25, 2008

    For this reason, She-Hulk #27 is a great read far fans looking for more substantive Marvel comics. Moreover, David's spot on female characterization will definitely resonant with female fans. If you haven't been reading thus far, start now! Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    IGN - Eric Sunde Mar 26, 2008

    I liked Val Semeiks' art this issue, and judging from the upcoming solicitations, he's going to be the regular artist for awhile. While he isn't an attention grabbing superstar, he is solid and will certainly help bring some visual consistency, something that hasn't exactly been a mainstay of the series. I'm also glad to see some of the blanks being filled in about Jennifer's departure from the legal world, and I'm looking forward to the next arc, which promises to keep doing that. (Plus, I'm guessing Secret Invasion is bound to sneak into the book at some point, and that should be interesting.) Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comic Book Resources - Timothy Callahan Mar 26, 2008

    And if the comic isn't supposed to be funny, I don't know what virtues it offers. I like that David is trying for something other than superhero slugfest, but this comic just doesn't have enough interesting character moments to make me want to read issue #28. Read Full Review

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