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She-Hulk: Superhuman Law (Marvel Comics, 2004; #7-12)

Jennifer Walters is the law.

  • It’s true! She becomes a space judge in this arc.
  • As part of her judicial duties, she makes sick gains and develops the most glistening fish-lifters.
  • She might actually be too strong now, so she gets some help from Reed Richards and Doc Samson.
  • Come for the Jade Giantess, stay Slott's delightful meta-commentary on comics fandom!
  • Bobillo, Pelletier, Sosa, Magyar, and Kemp’s art looks great and fits the comedic tone Slott’s script sets.

This She-Hulk run is a blast.  It’s funny and character-driven, and it looks great.  The only hiccups I had in this arc were an issue dedicated to Titania’s backstory that felt like a bit of an interruption and a couple of references to Avengers Disassembled without any context.  But those were both minor issues and shouldn’t stop anyone who’s interested from checking this book out.

Collected in

  • She-Hulk, Vol. 2: Superhuman Law (#7-12)
  • She-Hulk by Dan Slott: The Complete Collection, Vol. 1 (#1-12; She-Hulk 2015 #1-5)


Writer: Dan Slott | Pencillers: Juan Bobillo (7-8), Paul Pelletier (9-12) | Inkers: Marcelo Sosa (7-8), Rick Magyar (9-12) | Colorists: Dave Kemp | Letterers: Dave Sharpe with Chris Eliopoulos (10) } Covers: Mike Mayhew | Assistant Editors: Nicole Wiley, Molly Lazer, Aubrey Sitterson | Associate Editor: Andy Schmidt | Editor: Tom Brevoort

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