She-Hulk #9

Writer: Dan Slott Artist: Paul Smith Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 2
7.0Critic Rating
9.2User Rating

"My SPOILER with SPOILER" Read SHE-HULK #8 yet? Bet you didn't see THAT coming, didja? Wild, huh? Spiraling out of the end of last issue's CIVIL WAR crossover, She-Hulk's life will NEVER be the same again! Sure, OTHER books SAY that all the time. But when have WE ever said it over in the SHE-HULK book? Really. Trust us, WE'RE good for it. So... After She-Hulk and SPOILER went and SPOILERED, it's time to deal with the fall out! And that leads to a SPOILER with SPOILER!!! Miss this one, and you'll be kicking yourself in the CENSORED for months!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 30, 2004

    Paul Pelletier puts on an impressive display in this issue, as the humour is largely dependant on the art to sell it to the readers, and his work is more than up to the task. From the look of utter delight as Hercules pummels a number of grade-Z baddies senseless, to the surprise video tape recording of Hercules' celebration party, which is capped off with the most hilarious image of the entire issue, as we get a look at Hercules' reaction to the recording. In fact based on this issue, I have to say my fingers are crossed that the super-secret project that Dan Slott was discussing in a recent interview is a Hercules miniseries, as Paul Palletier has perfectly captured the spirit of everyone's favourite drunken lout. The art also does a pretty effective job of capturing She-Hulk's new strength levels, as the comedy of errors that ensues as she races home to save her goldfish was a fun bit of visual comedy. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jul 22, 2006

    So what did I like out of this issue? Press me, and I'll say that I liked Paul Smith's artwork, even if the colors looked drab. I liked the scene with Mallory Book and Amazing Andy. I also liked that J.J. was still married to Marla. I've often wondered if anybody would remember that continuity, and I'm glad it was Slott who remembered. Read Full Review

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