History Comicbook / SheHulk

22nd Apr '17 5:50:45 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow''

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* ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow''''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow''
16th Apr '17 7:55:07 AM rwe1138
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During She-Hulk's second run under John Byrne, she became completely [[FourthWallObserver Fourth Wall Savvy]], and once even [[MediumAwareness ran across advertisements trying to reach the next page]]. (Meanwhile, in a guest appearance in the parodistic ''ComicBook/DamageControl'' title, her medium awareness was parodied, depicting her as a crazy lunatic who ''believes she's a character in a comic book''. And the same issue subverted ''that'' by having her ''react to a caption pointing this out''. Too bad she never had a crossover with ''{{Deadpool}}'' ... until ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', and later [[https://therapyincomics.wordpress.com/2014/10/10/deadpool-75th-anniversary-photobomb-variant-gallery/she-hulk-9-incentive-mike-mckone-deadpool-75th-anniversary-photobomb-variant/ this homage]] to Byrne. During the Dan Slott run, when Jen learns that Marvel comics are canon accounts of actual events & authentic enough to be admissible as evidence in court, she's asked if she possesses the ability of fourth wall breaking and she replies --while looking directly at the FourthWall-- that of course she doesn't.

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During She-Hulk's second run under John Byrne, she became completely [[FourthWallObserver Fourth Wall Savvy]], and once even [[MediumAwareness ran across advertisements trying to reach the next page]]. (Meanwhile, in a guest appearance in the parodistic ''ComicBook/DamageControl'' title, her medium awareness was parodied, depicting her as a crazy lunatic who ''believes she's a character in a comic book''. And the same issue subverted ''that'' by having her ''react to a caption pointing this out''. Too bad she never had a crossover with ''{{Deadpool}}'' ... until ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'', and later [[https://therapyincomics.wordpress.com/2014/10/10/deadpool-75th-anniversary-photobomb-variant-gallery/she-hulk-9-incentive-mike-mckone-deadpool-75th-anniversary-photobomb-variant/ this homage]] to Byrne. ) During the Dan Slott run, when Jen learns that Marvel comics are canon accounts of actual events & authentic enough to be admissible as evidence in court, she's asked if she possesses the ability of fourth wall breaking and she replies --while looking directly at the FourthWall-- that of course she doesn't.
2nd Apr '17 4:25:57 AM Phoenixion
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* ''Hulk'' (2016)

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* ''Hulk'' ''ComicBook/{{Hulk|2016}}'' (2016)
14th Mar '17 5:55:15 PM pepsimax
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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 Creator/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: ComicBook/SensationalSheHulk: "The Second Strongest One There Is". The character first appeared in ''Savage She-Hulk'' #1 (February, 1980), created by Creator/StanLee and John Buscema.



* ''The Sensational She-Hulk'' (1989)

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* ''The Sensational She-Hulk'' ''ComicBook/SensationalSheHulk'' (1989)
5th Mar '17 7:57:00 PM nombretomado
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* ''MarvelUltimateAlliance 2''

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* ''MarvelUltimateAlliance 2''''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance2''
5th Mar '17 6:54:51 PM nombretomado
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She-Hulk's JekyllAndHyde tendencies are rather more subtle than the Hulk's. Jennifer Walters is a slightly timid, insecure lawyer who, under the effects of gamma radiation, can [[VoluntaryShapeshifting voluntarily transform]] into the [[StatuesqueStunner seven-foot-tall]] green-skinned AmazonianBeauty. She-Hulk acts out the fantasies Jen finds too intimidating, becoming both a [[ActionGirl powerful warrior]] and a voluptuous [[TheLadette flirtatious party girl]]. In fact, for a long time she was [[ShapeshifterModeLock permanently stuck]] [[CursedWithAwesome in her super-powered form]] and ''didn't mind at all'', and friends and close allies regularly addressed her by her human name, thus implying -- [[DependingOnTheWriter at least under most writers]] -- that the only differences between the She-Hulk and Jennifer Walters personas were of physical nature. Retaining her human intelligence, she was able to pursue a successful career as a lawyer despite being a [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe green-skinned]] [[strike: [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe space babe]]]] [[AmazonianBeauty amazon]], and had a much better control of her temper than her cousin (although, for Jennifer Walters, it is ''fear'' that is the trigger of InvoluntaryShapeshifting, not anger). She's a [[MsFanservice sex symbol]] both within the MarvelUniverse and without. Oh, and occasionally she [[AllAmazonsWantHercules had romantic/erotic dreams of Hercules]]. ''Literally'', since Herc exists as a real person in the {{Marvel}} [[SharedUniverse universe]]. About two decades after turning her into She-Hulk for good, the permanence of this state was reverted, and psychological problems that had never really been an issue before were [[{{Retcon}} introduced]].

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She-Hulk's JekyllAndHyde tendencies are rather more subtle than the Hulk's. Jennifer Walters is a slightly timid, insecure lawyer who, under the effects of gamma radiation, can [[VoluntaryShapeshifting voluntarily transform]] into the [[StatuesqueStunner seven-foot-tall]] green-skinned AmazonianBeauty. She-Hulk acts out the fantasies Jen finds too intimidating, becoming both a [[ActionGirl powerful warrior]] and a voluptuous [[TheLadette flirtatious party girl]]. In fact, for a long time she was [[ShapeshifterModeLock permanently stuck]] [[CursedWithAwesome in her super-powered form]] and ''didn't mind at all'', and friends and close allies regularly addressed her by her human name, thus implying -- [[DependingOnTheWriter at least under most writers]] -- that the only differences between the She-Hulk and Jennifer Walters personas were of physical nature. Retaining her human intelligence, she was able to pursue a successful career as a lawyer despite being a [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe green-skinned]] [[strike: [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe space babe]]]] [[AmazonianBeauty amazon]], and had a much better control of her temper than her cousin (although, for Jennifer Walters, it is ''fear'' that is the trigger of InvoluntaryShapeshifting, not anger). She's a [[MsFanservice sex symbol]] both within the MarvelUniverse and without. Oh, and occasionally she [[AllAmazonsWantHercules had romantic/erotic dreams of Hercules]]. ''Literally'', since Herc exists as a real person in the {{Marvel}} {{Creator/Marvel}} [[SharedUniverse universe]]. About two decades after turning her into She-Hulk for good, the permanence of this state was reverted, and psychological problems that had never really been an issue before were [[{{Retcon}} introduced]].



* GentleGiant: She's extremely tall and muscular (as mentioned above) and is one of the nicest characters in the {{Creator/Marvel}} universe.

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* GentleGiant: She's extremely tall and muscular (as mentioned above) and is one of the nicest characters in the {{Creator/Marvel}} universe.Franchise/MarvelUniverse.
21st Feb '17 9:35:00 AM rafi
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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: Her [[GrowingMusclesSequence transformation sequence]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQptInZJbXo in the 90s cartoon]]. [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "Lighting my fire"]], ''indeed''.
20th Feb '17 8:37:01 PM ErikModi
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* ''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'', as a Team-Up and a playable character.
20th Feb '17 8:27:29 PM ErikModi
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* InterplayOfSexAndViolence: She-Hulk first appears (and is revealed to be Betty Ross) when Wolverine was fighting the Hulk. She interrupted the fight to take on Bruce herself, and after exchanging a few blows, Wolverine notes that he can't tell if they're fighting or @#$%ing. Even earlier, in the first Ultimates arc, Betty has been dismissive and borderline abusive to Bruce. After he Hulks Out again and saves the day by ''eating'' the Chitauri leader, Betty point-blank asks him if it's possible to arrange a conjugal visit.
20th Feb '17 8:15:53 PM ErikModi
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** Notably inverted near the start of one of her solo series. She takes a guy to bed after a victory party at Avengers mansion, and when she wakes up, she's reverted to Jennifer in her sleep. She desperately tries to transform into She-Hulk before the guy wakes up, stating in internal monologue that she ''hates'' the part where a guy goes to bed with the Sensational She-Hulk, and wakes up with tiny, mousey Jennifer Walters. Could be part of the ongoing exploration of Jen's own insecurities, but it's implied that she's indeed been with men who weren't as into the Jennifer Walters side of her.
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