She-Hulk Vol. 2 #24

Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 19, 2007 Critic Reviews: 1
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    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 19, 2007

    At least David has a pretty good handle on She-Hulk herself. He should considering how much work he's done with the character in the past. However, I'm also disappointed he isn't focusing on Shulkie's human side at all. Slott did so quite heavily, even leaving the gamma gal temporarily without powers for a few issues. I hate to say it considering how loudly I cried for Slott's exit form the series, but I'd rather have his stories again than what we're being given now. At least the art has improved significantly since the switch. Shawn Moll has a much more familiar superhero style than the European look She-Hulk has sported from day one. It doesn't break any new artistic ground, but at this point I'm just glad to have some element of the series that still feels comforting. Read Full Review

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