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New series writer Peter David, and artist Shawn Moll are set to go on She-Hulk #22. This issue kicks off a brand new arc called “Jaded”, which Marvel claims is a good story for readers new and old. In addition to the Moll cover, Marvel will also ship an Ed McGuinness variant and a super double secret probation zombie variant cover by McGuinness as well.

Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at the two regular covers that you can see after the jump.



SHE-HULK #22
Written by PETER DAVID
Penciled by SHAWN MOLL
Cover by MIKE DEODATO

She Hulk #22 puts the world’s most dangerous lawyer in the world’s most dangerous job…and you won’t believe where it leads! Peter David revolutionized the Hulk during his acclaimed run with the Jade Giant, so when it comes to She-Hulk, expect the “incredible!”

This fall, the She-Hulk will Smash like never before and it all begins with She-Hulk #22, featuring a standard cover by Mike Deodato, a variant by McGuinness…and a top secret Zombie variant by McGuinness!

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4 Comments

  1. September 22, 2007 at 10:26 am — Reply

    That cover looks ominous…wonder whose hands they are…

    Oh, and More Zombie Covers! Joy.

  2. September 22, 2007 at 12:37 pm — Reply

    I think the first cover is great. The way I see it is She-Hulk is literally pulling the reader or viewer into the book, sort of breaking the 4th wall type of deal. I dont think the hands represent any major menace or villain like Salieri is wondering, but us ourselves.

    Either way, 2 great covers. I’m sad that Slott is gone, but I think I will prefer him on ASM and Initiative over his She-Hulk and we get PAD back on She-Hulk, so win-win.

    Kirk Warren
    The Weekly Crisis
    http://www.weeklycrisis.com

  3. September 22, 2007 at 1:24 pm — Reply

    Oh, I wasn’t wondering about a Villain…I just couldn’t decide if it was meant to be us or PAD.

  4. September 22, 2007 at 8:16 pm — Reply

    I assume Deodato is depicting himself as the person on “this” side of the fourth wall.

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