She-Hulk #29

Writer: Peter David Artist: Val Semeiks Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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Three months ago, Jennifer Walters – known throughout her career in the Marvel Universe as a high-profile lawyer – was disbarred. But why? Who engineered the scandal that resulted in our heroine losing the one thing that has defined her for so long? Time to answer all the questions…

  • 8.4
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Arthur Cooke Jun 2, 2008

    While I come to this book for the story and scripting Val Semeik's art has been growing on me. He does a solid job. The story is well paced and She-Hulk looks decent. The scenes at the beginning and end of the book featuring the villain, Moore, are among the highlights of the book. The fight scene is convincing, too, as we are treated to a She-Hulk with all her savagery unleashed. This has been a consistently good book, one I look forward to reading every month. Recommended. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jun 3, 2008

    Deep stuff about loss, disappointment, rebellion and self-flagellation here, all in a little comic about a sexually permissive green giant, whose every cover emphasizes her figure whether its by Deodato, Mayhew, Granov or Horn. Pretty solid stuff from Peter David, and the unanswered questions mean the plot is still far from unfolding. Read Full Review

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