She-Hulk #4

Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Juan Bobillo, Marcelo Sosa Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
10Critic Rating
9.5User Rating

Not too long ago, She-Hulk lost control of her powers and destroyed an entire town... and silently stood by as the blame was cast on her cousin. Now it's time to pick up the pieces, take responsibility for her actions, and pay the price.

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 25, 2004

    Juan Bobillo turns in another fine issue, as the visual gags are amusingly presented (e.g. the crude Spider--Signal that opens the issue), and the wide range of facial expressions really help to tell the story, as how can one not love Jameson's expression when he learns how much Spider-Man could win in court. Now his take on the Scorpion looked a bit off as the character looked clunky, a visual element that seemed to be at odds with the writing that seemed interested in selling the idea that the character was fast, but the art does deliver some powerful action shots nevertheless. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jun 19, 2004

    The best issue of She-Hulk displays Slott's knowledge of the Marvel universe, a sly wit for legality and Bobilla's singular but warm and welcoming artistic style. This is the issue that will serve as the ruler for the measure of all others. Read Full Review

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