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She-Hulk #3

Posted: Thursday, May 20, 2004
By: Richard Vasseur



Writer: Dan Slott
Penciler: Juan Bobillo
Inker: Marcelo Sosa

Publisher: Marvel

The cover has a cute looking She-Hulk kneeling on the ground. It is beautifully drawn.

The art is well, BAD! She-Hulk's face is bland its just flat green. It needs some lines, some detail, some emotion. Her body is still out of prooortion, her arms are way to different in size from upper to lower. The Thing's body looks like the artist just got tired of drawing it and left a lot of his rocky surface blank. And the expression on the Thing's face he looks like a dork.

The story is a bit strange as Jen and another lawyer her boss use the ghost of the murder victum as a witness to his own death. The law firm she is now with only takes on strange or super powered cases. So it offers the opportunities to have guest stars, like Thing and Doc Strange this issue. It is nice seeing She-Hulk back as Jen even if she is drawn so poorly.

The comedy interplay between Jen and her boss is amusing. Her boss ordering her around when she could crush her like a bug.



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