Writer: Charles Soule; Artist: Javier Pulido
Soule is KILLING this She-Hulk book so far. Just killing it. While the book hasn’t reached the near perfection of the first issue, the last two have somehow managed to move the story forward, expand Jennifer’s world and yet give us something wholly different each time. While the first two had stories that were more like bottle issues as far as the conflict it addressed, this story with Doom’s son feels like it could be the first real arc of the new series and Soule has picked an interesting plot for his first multi-issue story with Jennifer Walters.
The supporting characters were particularly strong this issue where they were a slightly weak link in the previous issue and everyone got their opportunity to shine. Pulido remains the perfect artist for Soule’s storytelling as well as he able to show Jennifer in so many different ways that are appropriate to the action. This book, ends on a heck of a cliff hangers as I can’t wait to see how She-Hulk challenges Doom for the freedom of his son in next month’s issue.
Review: 8.8 / 10