Now that Hulk is dead (spoiler), and the Totally Awesome Hulk is doing his thing, it’s time for Jennifer Walter’s to step up as The Hulk! Mariko Tamaki and Nico Leon bring the adventures to comic fans in Hulk #1 this December.
I have to say, right off the bat, that I have NOT seen the recent Fantastic Four movie. I usually don’t let reviewers control my perception of a film, but this time the chorus was so unanimous that I figured it was better to wait until the film hit the Netflix-type venue. I couldn’t begin to say how uninterested I was in the motion picture! Linked with that has been the news that Marvel is not bringing back the FF anytime soon. I’ve read a great many opinion pieces in the comics press begging the House of Ideas to bring
She-Hulk’s new law firm needed a big case to make its name, but crossing swords with Doctor Doom was not on the docket. Now, She-Hulk’s won her case, but LOST her client, and a battle with Victor Von Doom seems inevitable. Your Major Spoilers review of She-Hulk #4 awaits!
Jennifer Walters leads two lives: One as hotshot attorney, the other as the Sensational She-Hulk. Thanks to a recent windfall, she’s making a solo go of the first career, but I don’t expect she’ll ever give up the second. Your Major Spoilers review of She-Hulk #2 awaits!
In the continuing rollout of the All-New Marvel New Nowness She-Hulk has once again received her own ongoing. This isn’t the first go ‘round for the lovely green lady (I believe this is her fifth) and it’s time for her to step out from the pages of FF and into the spotlight. Is this title good enough to fend off cancellation? Read on for the review!
Or – “Mission Creep: The Bane Of The Comics Industry.” When Marvel Comics originated their original Graphic Novel line in the early 1980s, it was designed to showcase stories that were considered more adult than their average comic output. Eventually, though, the powers that be began filling the MGN line with things that were essentially just long-form versions of their regular tales. (The New Mutants Graphic Novel, f’rinstance, was reputedly just the planned first two issues of their book under one cover.) John Byrne was determined that Sensational She-Hulk would actually be an adult reading experience, but is that necessarily