She-Hulk Sensational #1
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She-Hulk Sensational #1

Writer: Peter David Artist: Jonboy Meyers Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 31, 2010 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 3
4.5Critic Rating
6.0User Rating

You NEVER ask a woman her age…especially when she can bench press tractor trailers! But She-Hulk’s big secret is out, because Marvel’s celebrating 30 years of the jade giantess and you’re invited to the party! Join acclaimed Shulkie scribe Peter David for an anniversary tale unlike any other! And if you’re still feeling savage, writer Brian Reed (MS. MARVEL) and artist Iban Coello are hosting an after party in honor of the buff bombshell and her most fabulous friends! With a classic John Byrne She-Hulk reprint as the nightcap, you’re guaranteed to have a gamma-gamma good time! One-Shot/Rated T …$4.99

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Mar 30, 2010

    The issue is rounded out with a reprint from the John Byrne era, where he got away with completely objectifying Jen because he let her talk directly to the audience while he did it, and because he drew her so well in clothes or out. Byrne has to be given credit for contributing greatly to the character's longevity, as his take on Jennifer as a big, happy green girl who had a lot of fun (in direct opposition to the morose and haunted affliction experienced by her cousin Bruce) has remained influential. He also had a knack for depicting the equivalent of a hot female weightlifter, a challenge that even some of Marvel's other best artists have periodically missed the mark on. The story is a silly one involving space truckers, but it's a little gem nonetheless. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Mar 30, 2010

    "She-Hulk Sensational" is unfortunately not even remotely sensational. At five dollars, getting an old inventory story and an incomplete reprint taking up 60 of the 80 pages of this comic is an insult, pure and simple. I appreciate that David and Meyers gave it their all, but getting shoehorned into an 80-page story is a big disappointment. Their story on its own would've garnered a higher rating, but it's impossible to ignore its company. Read Full Review

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