History ComicBook / SheHulk

6th Feb '16 6:09:21 PM jormis29
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Following the end of Soule's run on her title, Jen showed up in the pages of G. Willow Wilson's ''ComicBook/AForce'' --Marvel's new (all-female) team of Avengers-- as their leader. She'll also be a supporting character in Creator/KateLeth's ''Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat!" ongoing series, following Soule's lead in continuing Jen's newfound friendship with Patsy.
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Following the end of Soule's run on her title, Jen showed up in the pages of G. Willow Wilson's ''ComicBook/AForce'' --Marvel's new (all-female) team of Avengers-- as their leader. She'll also be a supporting character in Creator/KateLeth's ''Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat!" ''Comicbook/PatsyWalkerAKAHellcat'' ongoing series, following Soule's lead in continuing Jen's newfound friendship with Patsy.
18th Jan '16 4:07:23 AM SquallCloud
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* FunPersonified: The Dan Slott series, and the current ''She-Hulks'' run is also a lot of fun. Basically like an improved version of Loeb's ''Hulk'' run.
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* FunPersonified: The Dan Slott series, and the current ''She-Hulks'' run is also a lot of fun. Basically like an improved version of Loeb's ''Hulk'' run.fun.
16th Jan '16 6:20:26 PM nombretomado
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Once upon a time, there was Bruce Banner, whose gamma-irradiated blood made him the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk. He keeps going on about how [[CatchPhrase you wouldn't like him when he's angry]], but he's actually pretty damn popular. Creator/MarvelComics, knowing as they do the power of a DistaffCounterpart, were quick to snag the name ''She-Hulk'' for trademark reasons. Thus, Bruce Banner's lawyerly cousin, Jennifer Walters, became gravely injured and [[EmergencyTransformation received an emergency transfusion]] of his irradiated blood, becoming first The Savage, and then, eventually, The Sensational She-Hulk: "The Second Strongest One There Is". The character first appeared in ''Savage She-Hulk'' #1 (February, 1980), created by StanLee and John Buscema.
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Once upon a time, there was Bruce Banner, whose gamma-irradiated blood made him the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk. He keeps going on about how [[CatchPhrase you wouldn't like him when he's angry]], but he's actually pretty damn popular. Creator/MarvelComics, knowing as they do the power of a DistaffCounterpart, were quick to snag the name ''She-Hulk'' for trademark reasons. Thus, Bruce Banner's lawyerly cousin, Jennifer Walters, became gravely injured and [[EmergencyTransformation received an emergency transfusion]] of his irradiated blood, becoming first The Savage, and then, eventually, The Sensational She-Hulk: "The Second Strongest One There Is". The character first appeared in ''Savage She-Hulk'' #1 (February, 1980), created by StanLee Creator/StanLee and John Buscema.
28th Dec '15 12:23:25 PM Anddrix
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* EvilCounterpart: [[JerkassWoobie Titania]] and Red She-Hulk. However, Titania didn't start out as evil at all (at least according to her flashback arc), just severely victimized, out of options, [[SmugSuper severely personality-changed]] by DoctorDoom's machine, and had fallen into bad company. It was later that she turned into a murderous asshole. Red She-Hulk also started out nice, but had experiments performed on her mind that turned her much nastier than she used to be. Insane, arrogant, and possibly ruthless, but turns out she is more of an AntiHero as shown in her own series.
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* EvilCounterpart: [[JerkassWoobie Titania]] and Red She-Hulk. However, Titania didn't start out as evil at all (at least according to her flashback arc), just severely victimized, out of options, [[SmugSuper severely personality-changed]] by DoctorDoom's Doctor Doom's machine, and had fallen into bad company. It was later that she turned into a murderous asshole. Red She-Hulk also started out nice, but had experiments performed on her mind that turned her much nastier than she used to be. Insane, arrogant, and possibly ruthless, but turns out she is more of an AntiHero as shown in her own series.
28th Dec '15 12:11:42 PM Tuckerscreator
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* AbusiveAdvertising: On the cover of the [[http://www.comics.org/issue/46244/cover/4/ first issue]] of her ''Sensational'' run, She-Hulk addresses the reader, saying that if her book gets cancelled she'll destroy all your ''ComicBook/XMen'' comics. Then on [[http://www.comics.org/issue/93403/cover/4/ the last issue]] she [[BrickJoke demands]] you turn over your ''X-Men''s for destruction.
22nd Dec '15 12:47:46 PM Z3r0H3r0
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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: She is pretty sexist towards men due to her background.
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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: She is pretty sexist towards men due to her background.background though she doesn't allow it to get in the way of what she does.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: She is pretty sexist towards men due **[[DependingOnTheWriter During a backup miniseries in Incredible Hulks]], she seemed to her background.have no problem as an agent of ARMOR under Director Little Sky and even attempted to avenge a male agent as she would do any comrade.
19th Dec '15 5:45:13 PM nombretomado
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!!SheHulk provides examples of:
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!!SheHulk !!ComicBook/SheHulk provides examples of:

* BetweenMyLegs: [[http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3442/3290044053_f044aaf10b.jpg The cover]] of Savage ''SheHulk'' #2.
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* BetweenMyLegs: [[http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3442/3290044053_f044aaf10b.jpg The cover]] of Savage ''SheHulk'' ''ComicBook/SheHulk'' #2.

* EthicalSlut: Jennifer Walters aka SheHulk is one of the nicest, most idealistic characters in the Marvel Universe, enjoys sleeping with others as long as it is consensual on both sides, and has one of the longest lists of partners of anyone in the MU. Note that this is only in her She-Hulk form.
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* EthicalSlut: Jennifer Walters aka SheHulk ComicBook/SheHulk is one of the nicest, most idealistic characters in the Marvel Universe, enjoys sleeping with others as long as it is consensual on both sides, and has one of the longest lists of partners of anyone in the MU. Note that this is only in her She-Hulk form.

* MediumAwareness: The series ''The Sensational SheHulk'' is famous for its characters' acknowledgement of the comic medium, including climbing across panel borders, referencing captions, and other related awareness.
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* MediumAwareness: The series ''The Sensational SheHulk'' ComicBook/SheHulk'' is famous for its characters' acknowledgement of the comic medium, including climbing across panel borders, referencing captions, and other related awareness.
16th Dec '15 5:37:20 AM rafi
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cross work
* MediumAwareness: Limited (almost) entirely to her run in ''Sensational She-Hulk'' under the auspices of John Byrne.
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* MediumAwareness: Limited (almost) entirely to The series ''The Sensational SheHulk'' is famous for its characters' acknowledgement of the comic medium, including climbing across panel borders, referencing captions, and other related awareness. ** When she gained her run in ''Sensational She-Hulk'' under sidekick Weezi, Shulkie asked how Weezi was able to walk between comic panels, only to be told that it's similar to the auspices way She-Hulk is able to talk to the reader. *** It's also because Weezi is an ex-comic heroine herself (from Marvel's predecessor in the 1940s), who used the same schtick in her series. Weezi is so GenreSavvy that she was aware that she and her (late) husband began aging in "real time" because they were no longer appearing regularly in published stories, and thus deliberately insinuated herself into Shulkie's life (and then-new series). ** In one issue, the book's editor, Renee, kidnapped Creator/JohnByrne and locked him BoundAndGagged in a closet so she and She-Hulk could find a new writer for the book. The issue ended with She-Hulk [[SelfDeprecation accidentally killing Byrne]]. ** Parodied in an issue of John Byrne.''ComicBook/DamageControl'', which made She-Hulk ''look like a lunatic who thinks she's a comic book character''. Then again, she directly responded to the text captions pointing this out, so... Does that make it a subverted parody? ** And in Marvel's short-lived ''Heroes for Hire'' series, Shulkie regularly got into arguments with the third-person narrator... until she fired him. ** In ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', She-Hulk has special dialogue with Deadpool [[LampshadeHanging where she mentions how popular she was in the early 90's, as well as her own habit of breaking the fourth wall]]. In another quote, she threatens to kick Deadpool's butt should there ever be a ''Marvel Vs. Capcom 4''.
13th Dec '15 4:47:48 AM CodenameBravo
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* {{NiceGuy Nice Girl}}:
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* {{NiceGuy [[NiceGuy Nice Girl}}: Girl]]:
13th Dec '15 4:45:23 AM CodenameBravo
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* {{NiceGuy Nice Girl}}: ** Arguably the kindest and most idealistic superheroine in the Marvel Universe, along with Meggan and Kitty Pryde. This includes working as a (considerably less well-paid than corporate) public defense attorney, consistently trying to make the system work for particularly vulnerable groups in society, and running her own disaster relief organization. This on top of her general unpaid rescue work, and being one of the very least murder-happy heroes on the planet. However, her temper can get the best of her at times. ** A time-policing court once sentenced her to [[RetGone erasure]] from history, saying that in any case where she thought herself invaluable some other super-strong heroine could have filled in. The counter argument came in the form of her ''clients''. She-Hulk is rather fungible, but Jen Walters is completely irreplaceable.

* PillarsOfMoralCharacter: ** Arguably the kindest and most idealistic superheroine in the Marvel Universe, along with Meggan and Kitty Pryde. This includes working as a (considerably less well-paid than corporate) public defense attorney, consistently trying to make the system work for particularly vulnerable groups in society, and running her own disaster relief organization. This on top of her general unpaid rescue work, and being one of the very least murder-happy heroes on the planet. However, her temper can get the best of her at times. ** A time-policing court once sentenced her to [[RetGone erasure]] from history, saying that in any case where she thought herself invaluable some other super-strong heroine could have filled in. The counter argument came in the form of her ''clients''. She-Hulk is rather fungible, but Jen Walters is completely irreplaceable.
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