Cover image for She-Hulk. Vol. 2, Disorderly conduct
She-Hulk. Vol. 2, Disorderly conduct
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC, c2015
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm.
General Note:
"Contains material originally published in magazine form as She-Hulk #7-12"--Title page verso.
Reading Level:
Rated: T+.
Jennifer Walters is ... the She-Hulk! A stalwart member of the Avengers and the FF, she's also a killer attorney with a pile of degrees and professional respect. But juggling cases and kicking bad guy butt is a little more complicated than she anticipated. With a new practice, a new paralegal and a mounting number of super villains she's racking up as personal enemies, She- Hulk might have bitten off more than she can chew! When Kristoff Vernard, the son of Victor von Doom seeks extradition, it's an international jailbreak, She-Hulk style! And She-Hulk and Hellcat must uncover the secrets of the Blue File - a conspiracy that touches the entire Marvel Universe! Someone important to She-Hulk is killed, and she won't let it stand ... but who can she trust? She-Hulk takes on her most terrifying role yet: defendant!


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Guest-starring Hank Pym! She-Hulk, Hellcat and Giant-Man team up to save one of Jen's officemates... but what else does Hank Pym have at stake and what isn't he telling them? The return of superstar artist Javier Pulido! Collecting: She-Hulk 7-12

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Booklist Review

In this last volume of Soule's limited-run series, attorney Jennifer Walters continues to use both her intelligence and influence to help people, turning to her gamma-fueled superpowers when all else fails. In the book's most interesting story line, Walters must defend former Captain America Steve Rogers in a wrongful-death lawsuit, with attorney Matt Murdock acting on behalf of the plaintiff. As they battle in the courtroom, the arguments and counterpoints of both She-Hulk and Daredevil are as intricate and riveting as any action sequence. Since its creation, Soule has boldly focused far less on the sex appeal and destructiveness of She-Hulk compared to previous writers. Though this may have limited the green giantess' audience, Soule has nevertheless made the character so much richer in the process. Pulido's pop-art style is charmingly disarming and adds to the kitsch and overall humor. In the end, Soule has created something relatively rare in current mainstream comics a realistic superhero and a strong independent female lead. Here's hoping She-Hulk gets back in the courtroom, sooner rather than later.--Blenski, Peter Copyright 2010 Booklist