She-Hulk #6

Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Will Conrad Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 1
8.7Critic Rating
9.0User Rating

"I'm With Cupid" She-Hulk's firm is dealing with their first superhuman sexual assault case. Their client? Eros of Titan, the space-faring Avenger called Starfox! And when emotions get over-heated at the office-- expect a love triangle or two to finally come to a head! What will this mean for Pug, She-Hulk, and John Jameson? And who (or what) is Awesome Andy falling for?!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Mar 25, 2006

    Juan Bobillo is sorely missed, but the reliable Will Conrad from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Serenity provides his excellent artwork for a packed cast that includes some ludicrous space babes in Eros' flashback. Bonus points for the Futurama reference and making me remember ISAAC. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 25, 2004

    First off I have to say that while the cover images on this title are a bit generic and tell one nothing about the story inside, they've all been lovely images, and this month's effort has a fun design element that has She-Hulk smashing apart her own cover logo. As for the interior art, Paul Pelletier turns in some fine work on this issue, as his work delivers the story in a clear, easy to follow manner, and it does a great job on the battle sequence, as how can one not love the series of panels where the Sandman is defeated, or She-Hulk's novel use of Eightball. The art also manages to deftly capture the internal conflict of Awesome Andy, as I had to smile at the one note quality of the visuals where Awesome Andy reflects of his time as a loyal servant of the Mad Thinker. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Allison Citarella Aug 19, 2004

    Oh, and since I mentioned Hank Pym, it looks as though hell be back soon enough, as Shulkies firm has brought a law-suit against him! This promises to be amusing, as not only will it be interesting to see if Jen can prosecute her fellow Avenger, and that this book is at its best when we actually get to see superhuman law at work in the courtroom. Read Full Review

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