History Funny / SheHulk

19th Nov '16 11:03:27 PM LBHills
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* In another ''Sensational''-era moment, Jen muses, "This is a tough decision. I'll need some time to think. [[NoFourthWall Why don't we do a cut-away?"]] After two pages of a foreshadowing sub-plot, we rejoin Jen, who's now running across a completely unknown rooftop: "The problem with cutting away like that is you can find yourself somewhere without the slightest idea how you got talked into them!"

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* In another ''Sensational''-era moment, Jen muses, "This is a tough decision. I'll need some time to think. [[NoFourthWall Why don't we do a cut-away?"]] After two pages of a foreshadowing sub-plot, we rejoin Jen, who's now running across a completely unknown rooftop: "The problem with cutting away like that is you can find yourself somewhere somewhere, doing the craziest things, [[GilliganCut without the slightest idea how you got talked into them!"them]]!"
19th Nov '16 11:02:39 PM LBHills
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* The ''Sensational'' run has a Funny moment with its first and final covers. The first cover has She-Hulk tell readers that if they don't start picking up her comic, she was going to come and tear up their ''Franchise/XMen'' comics. The final issue? She tells the reader to hand 'em over.

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* The ''Sensational'' run has a Funny moment with its first and final covers. The first cover has She-Hulk tell readers that if they don't start picking up her comic, she was going to come and tear up their ''Franchise/XMen'' comics. The On the cover of her final issue? She issue, she tells the reader to hand 'em over.
29th Feb '16 7:56:44 PM LBHills
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-->'''Wolverine''': First rule about the "Fastball Special"...you don't talk about the "Fastball Special."

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-->'''Wolverine''': First rule about the "Fastball Special"...you don't talk about the "Fastball Special.""

* In another ''Sensational''-era moment, Jen muses, "This is a tough decision. I'll need some time to think. [[NoFourthWall Why don't we do a cut-away?"]] After two pages of a foreshadowing sub-plot, we rejoin Jen, who's now running across a completely unknown rooftop: "The problem with cutting away like that is you can find yourself somewhere without the slightest idea how you got talked into them!"
29th Feb '16 7:53:16 PM LBHills
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--->'''Spider-Man''': Y'know, for all my years in the longjohn game... ...That's the first time I've ''ever'' seen someone argue their way out of a fight. Say, where can I get one a' them law degrees?\\

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--->'''Spider-Man''': --> '''She-Hulk:''' You crash in [the courtroom] now and Jameson gets a mistrial. Stay out here, and he'll lose hundreds of millions of dollars.\\
'''Scorpion:''' Hmmm...\\
'''Spider-Man''':
Y'know, for all my years in the longjohn game... ...That's the first time I've ''ever'' seen someone argue their way out of a fight. Say, where can I get one a' them law degrees?\\



** ...but despite Jen's mad skillz, ''"Peter Parker"'' gets caught up in the lawsuit. But Spidey has a novel settlement...

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** ...but despite Jen's mad skillz, ''"Peter Parker"'' gets caught up in the lawsuit. But Spidey has a novel settlement...offer for settling out of court:
18th Oct '15 11:00:15 AM nombretomado
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* From the original ''Sensational'' run, a both Funny and Awesome moment sees She-Hulk and friends escaping a dangerous situation by running across the two-page mail-away ad spread in the middle of the comic. Every single entry mocks the title and/or creators involved with it, from numerous jabs on ''ComicBook/TheNewUniverse'' to pointing out the open joke that Walter and Louise Simonson are the models for the parents in ''PowerPack''.

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* From the original ''Sensational'' run, a both Funny and Awesome moment sees She-Hulk and friends escaping a dangerous situation by running across the two-page mail-away ad spread in the middle of the comic. Every single entry mocks the title and/or creators involved with it, from numerous jabs on ''ComicBook/TheNewUniverse'' to pointing out the open joke that Walter and Louise Simonson are the models for the parents in ''PowerPack''.''ComicBook/PowerPack''.
7th Sep '15 12:38:58 PM nombretomado
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* From the original ''Sensational'' run, a both Funny and Awesome moment sees She-Hulk and friends escaping a dangerous situation by running across the two-page mail-away ad spread in the middle of the comic. Every single entry mocks the title and/or creators involved with it, from numerous jabs on the ''NewUniverse'' to pointing out the open joke that Walter and Louise Simonson are the models for the parents in ''PowerPack''.

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* From the original ''Sensational'' run, a both Funny and Awesome moment sees She-Hulk and friends escaping a dangerous situation by running across the two-page mail-away ad spread in the middle of the comic. Every single entry mocks the title and/or creators involved with it, from numerous jabs on the ''NewUniverse'' ''ComicBook/TheNewUniverse'' to pointing out the open joke that Walter and Louise Simonson are the models for the parents in ''PowerPack''.
1st Apr '15 7:23:49 PM Ambaryerno
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* The ''Sensational'' run has a Funny moment with its first and final covers. The first cover has She-Hulk tell readers that if they don't start picking up her comic, she was going to come and tear up their ''Franchise/XMen'' comics. The final issue? She tells the reader to hand 'em over.

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* The ''Sensational'' run has a Funny moment with its first and final covers. The first cover has She-Hulk tell readers that if they don't start picking up her comic, she was going to come and tear up their ''Franchise/XMen'' comics. The final issue? She tells the reader to hand 'em over.over.
* During a fight with Wendigo Jen and Wolverine use the FastballSpecial, the first time she's ever performed it herself. [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/10/108623/2875134-fastball_special.jpg Jen makes an observation that leads to a rather uncomfortable moment between the two.]]
-->'''Jen''': Got a firm li'l butt there. You must work out.
-->'''Wolverine''': First rule about the "Fastball Special"...you don't talk about the "Fastball Special."
6th Aug '14 7:21:17 PM chopshop
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*** Dan Slott remembered this and it makes a return in ''ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan'' as a BrickJoke, this time with a LampshadeHanging of how stupid it is.
26th Jun '14 9:00:39 PM MagiMecha
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* From the original ''Sensational'' run, a both Funny and Awesome moment sees She-Hulk and friends escaping a dangerous situation by running across the two-page mail-away ad spread in the middle of the comic. Every single entry mocks the title and/or creators involved with it, from numerous jabs on the ''NewUniverse'' to pointing out the open joke that Walter and Louise Simonson are the models for the parents in ''PowerPack''.

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* From the original ''Sensational'' run, a both Funny and Awesome moment sees She-Hulk and friends escaping a dangerous situation by running across the two-page mail-away ad spread in the middle of the comic. Every single entry mocks the title and/or creators involved with it, from numerous jabs on the ''NewUniverse'' to pointing out the open joke that Walter and Louise Simonson are the models for the parents in ''PowerPack''.''PowerPack''.
* The ''Sensational'' run has a Funny moment with its first and final covers. The first cover has She-Hulk tell readers that if they don't start picking up her comic, she was going to come and tear up their ''Franchise/XMen'' comics. The final issue? She tells the reader to hand 'em over.
2nd Jun '14 3:35:45 PM MitchellTF
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** Also helped by John asking if the suit's working. The answer? "It's working just fine."
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