She-Hulk #3

Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Juan Bobillo Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 1
8.8Critic Rating
10User Rating

Get ready for the most important case in She-Hulk's life--because she's the accused! Charged with crimes against the space-time continuum, the TVA is placing She-Hulk in a "Time Trial." If she loses? Her entire personal history--her very existence--could be erased right out of the Marvel Universe!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 18, 2004

    I also enjoyed how continuity elements from the Fantastic Four are seamlessly inserted into the pages of this title, as it does create a sense of cohesion in the Marvel Universe that we don't see much anymore. As for the art, I have to say I love the amount of detail that is on the page, as the characters are wonderfully expressive, and while there isn't much action in this issue, what little there is was powerfully rendered. I also have to say that's a lovely cover image, as it's downright photo-realistic. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Jan 2, 2006

    Earlier days: This issue may only be the third, but its also the 100th issue of solo She-Hulk stories (Im glad someones counting), and so we get two pertinent reprints, the first issues of her first and second series. One features beautiful art by John Buscema and her origin, the other is John Byrnes comical approach that innovatively broke the fourth wall. Byrne has always drawn the sexiest, most accessible Jennifer Walters, and Slott has managed to retain that appeal while giving her comical stories that also possess poignant drama. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Dec 31, 2005

    The Goon's Eric Powell dramatizes a dark future. Tom Grummett and Gary Erskine cap off the book with a simply beautiful Slott punchline, and for a dollar more you get two issues of premiere She-Hulk books--Savage and Sensational--which keeps with the theme. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Richard Vasseur May 20, 2004

    The comedy interplay between Jen and her boss is amusing. Her boss ordering her around when she could crush her like a bug. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 15, 2004

    This is a decent issue of She-Hulk, but the first two issues were simply better. Read Full Review

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