YMMV / She-Hulk

  • Broken Base: Between people who like a more comedic Jen (see Dan Slott) or are somewhat more serious (but still funny) Jen (see Peter David) AND those who like the original Savage She-Hulk incarnation and those that favour the 4th wall breaking John Byrne era insanity... and just to top it off, those that are just in it for the Fetish Fuel of a female Hulk.
  • Dork Age: Her second series, The Sensational She-Hulk, languished in a Dork Age before and after John Byrne's two runs on the title.
  • Foe Yay: 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 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.
  • Harsher in Hindsight: 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 The Avengers film Bruce claims that he can't kill himself, even though he's tried.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • In Ultimate Marvel, readers are dealt a Shocking Swerve when that universe's version of Shulkie turns out to be Betsy Ross, rather than Jennifer Walters. Then, in mainstream continuity, we get the The Reveal 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 one version of Spidey (though not Peter Parker) would be a black kid under the mask.
  • Never Live It Down: Did someone mention lately that She-Hulk slept with Juggernaut? (Maybe)
  • Squick: In the alternate universe "Old Man Logan," a trio of redneck Hulks rule over the West Coast. The implication is that the Hulk raped Jennifer and had children with her (his first cousin) because she was the only one who could "handle" having sex with The Hulk.
  • Tough Act to Follow: 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.