* BetterThanItSounds: The first few issues of Mariko Tamaki's run have garnered this response. The premise of "She-Hulk but without the humor" was understandably considered quite divisive (see below), but so far the consensus seems to be that the new series is well written and handles her trauma with care.
* BrokenBase: Between people who like a [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/-She_hulk_7.jpg more comedic Jen]] (see Dan Slott) or are somewhat more serious (but still funny) [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/She_HulkPAD.gif Jen]] (see Creator/PeterDavid) AND those who like the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/SavageShe-Hulk.gif original Savage She-Hulk incarnation]] and those that favour the 4th wall breaking [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/SheHulk4thWallBreaker.gif John Byrne era]] insanity... and just to top it off, those that are just in it for the FetishFuel of a female Hulk.
** Ahem. "She-Hulk looks better with/without big muscles". [[FlameWar Watch the fireworks]].
** [[spoiler:Jennifer's death on ''ComicBook/CivilWarII''. Made even more raging because it was done by an attack that she has survived before (and her reaction to being hit is borderline {{Narm}}). The whole scene has been argued back and forth (alongside Rhodey's death) as an example of StuffedInTheFridge in order to make Carol's (and Tony's) WellIntentionedExtremist (and TookALevelInJerkass) bent more sympathetic than it was on the first ''ComicBook/CivilWar''. Thankfully, She-Hulk is alive as of Civil War II #4, although she's understandably not happy...]]
** [[spoiler:And then there's the reveal (thanks to pre-order advertisement) that the trauma of being killed/put into a coma and all the crap that happened on Civil War II because of Carol (apparently) misunderstanding her "last words" ''made her so traumatized that she has devolved into a pure rage-filled, grey Hulk'' (the relaunch of her series even ditched the "She-" from the title), with the series' creators telling that the thing will be an exploration of how Jennifer is now more like Bruce, seen as a monster and yet still being heroic and her struggles with said trauma...]] The fact that people love her because she's FunPersonified have taken this quite badly and denounce it as yet another example of Marvel shitting on a character (ex. "Superior Spider-Man" or Robbie Baldwin/Speedball/Penance) for the sake of shock value. However, while ''Civil War II'' was savaged by critics and fans, the first two issues of the ''Hulk'' series by Mariko Tamaki were actually fairly well received.
* DorkAge: Her second series, ''The Sensational She-Hulk'', languished in a Dork Age in between Creator/JohnByrne's two runs on the title. The second one actually begins with She-Hulk realizing the comics Byrne didn't write were AllJustADream.
** Many people are already calling the "Grey Trauma Rage" era that she will go through on the aftermath of ''ComicBook/CivilWarII'' this (look up on BrokenBase for specifics).
* FoeYay: Titania is obsessed with defeating She-Hulk. Her husband left her because she was too focused on beating Jen, and she didn't even notice. A [[AllPowerfulBystander Watcher]] has commented on it. Doc Samson even suggests that her fixation on She-Hulk might be sexual (though this was more to distract her during a fight rather than a serious diagnosis). Even Jen has called her out on it, asking why Titania cares so much.
* HarsherInHindsight: In ''She-Hulk Volume #2 Issue #4'' of Dan Slott's run, Jennifer declares Bruce Banner has never killed anyone during his Hulk rampages, because if he had he would have committed suicide to keep it from ever happening again. Seven years later in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' film Bruce claims that he ''can't'' kill himself, even though he's tried.
* HilariousInHindsight:
** In ComicBook/UltimateMarvel, readers are dealt a ShockingSwerve when that universe's version of Shulkie turns out to be [[spoiler:Betsy Ross]], rather than Jennifer Walters. Then, in mainstream continuity, we get the TheReveal for Red Shulkie's identity. Guess who again?
** When Spider-Man sues Jonah Jameson for defamation he claims Jonah hates him because he's black. Eventually [[ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan one version of Spidey]] (though not Peter Parker) would be a black kid under the mask.
* NeverLiveItDown: Did someone mention lately that She-Hulk slept with Juggernaut? ([[FlipFlopOfGod Maybe]])
* ToughActToFollow: The Marvel Now! series follows on the much praised Dan Slott run, and shares more than a few elements with it in terms of story. Unfortunately many found that it lacked the humour, art and action that made that series a success.
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