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    The Hulk 

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Alter Ego: Dr. Robert Bruce Banner

Notable Aliases: Joe Fixit, War, World-Breaker, Doc Green, Devil Hulk

First Appearance: The Incredible Hulk #1 (May, 1962)

See the Bruce Banner page for more information.

    Elaine Walters 

Elaine Walters

Alter Ego: Elaine Ann Banner Walters

Notable Aliases: Elaine Banner

First Appearance: The Savage She-Hulk #15 (April, 1981)

Deceased mother of Jennifer Walters, the She-Hulk.

  • Missing Mom: Elaine was killed by a drunk driver on the way to Jennifer's dance recital.
  • Posthumous Character: Long dead by the present day.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: She was a good mother towards her daughter Jennifer, while her brother Brian was the complete opposite towards his son Bruce.
  • Speak Ill of the Dead: Brian Banner has about the same love for his sister as he does everyone else - nada. Even in Hell, he still refers to her as an "idiot".

    Morris Walters 

Morris Walters

Alter Ego: William Morris Walters

First Appearance: The Savage She-Hulk #2 (March, 1980)

Sheriff Morris Walters was a member of the Los Angeles County Police Dept. He is also Jennifer Walters' (the She-Hulk) father.

  • Good Parents: He was a good father for Jennifer, although he wished she had become a police officer instead of a lawyer.
  • His Heart Will Go On: He eventually fell in love with Louise Grant, the former Blonde Phantom and a widow herself. The two eventually moved in together.
  • Serious Business: Apparently he didn't take the cancellation of Dragnet very well.


    Louise Mason 

Louise Grant Mason

Alter Ego: The Blonde Phantom

Notable Aliases: Weezi, She-Hulk

First Appearance: All-Select Comics #11 (September, 1946)

Louise Grant Mason is the widowed wife of O.S.S. (Office of Strategic Services) agent Mark Mason. In The Golden Age of Comic Books, she fought crime as the superheroine known as the Blonde Phantom. She and Mark eventually married and had two children, Wanda and Earl. Unlike many other heroes of the Golden and Silver Ages, Louise aged in real-time since she wasn't in frequent publication. Using her own powers of Medium Awareness, Louise deliberately inserted herself into She-Hulk's life by getting herself a job in the D.A's office and convincing him to hire She-Hulk as a prosecutor. After Jen left the D.A's office, Louise joined her in setting up her new legal practice.

  • Badass Normal: When she was a superhero. In Sensational She-Hulk, she occasionally lent a hand in saving the day.
  • Domino Mask: A black one.
  • Formerly Fit: Louise lost her slim figure with age and lack of exercise after retiring. She temporarily regains her skinnier frame after being rejuvenated but without any superhero activity to keep her in shape, she puts on weight again. In issue #43 of Sensational She-Hulk, she gets a slimmer but still curvy figure after negotiations with the Marvel higher-ups.
  • Happily Married: To her husband Mark Mason.
  • Her Heart Will Go On: She married Mark Mason and he passed away before her. Eventually starts a relationship with Morris Walters, Jennifer's father.
  • Hero of Another Story: As the Blonde Phantom.
  • I Was Quite the Looker: Louise is a bit more on the homely side due to age. She is rejuvenated into a younger form later on.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: Fought bad guys while wearing a pretty red dress.
  • Medium Awareness: Like Jen in Sensational She-Hulk, Louise is aware that she is a character in a comic book.
  • Red Is Heroic: Characterized by her nice red dresses.
  • Retired Badass: Louise is a former superhero.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here: She quits the story in protest after Byrne makes her fat again. She returns after negotiating for a slimmer but still curvy figure.
  • Supernaturally Young Parent: At one point, Louise was kidnapped by the Mole Man and was exposed to a mystic liquid that transformed a person into their innermost self. Ultimately, the liquid rejuvenated Louise to the physique and vitality of a forty-year-old woman, similar to her time as the Blonde Phantom.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: She was the Girly Girl to Namora's Tomboy during her time with Nick Fury's 1959 Black Ops. Initiative.
  • Tranquil Fury: In issue #21 of Sensational She-Hulk, Weezi's apartment is broken into. When She-Hulk notes Weezi's seemingly calm reaction, Weezi responds that she gets very quiet when she's really upset.

    Phantom Blonde 

Phantom Blonde

Alter Ego: Wanda Louise Mason

First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk #21 (November, 1990)

The daughter of Louise Mason and her late husband Mark Mason.

  • Badass Normal: Just like her mother, she's a human without powers.
  • Heroic Lineage: She's the daughter of the Golden Age hero, the Blonde Phantom.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: She hasn't reappeared in years besides an offhanded mention of being listed as a potential recruit for the Initiative during Civil War.



Alter Ego: Jazinda Kl'rt-Spawn

Notable Aliases: Jennifer Walters

First Appearance: She-Hulk Vol 2 #22 (December, 2007)

Daughter of the legendary Super-Skrull, partner to She-Hulk, and member of the Lady Liberators.

  • Archnemesis Dad: She and Kl'rt don't get on terribly well.
  • Clingy McGuffin: Jazinda swallowed a Kree Lifestone Gem, which eventually bonded to her, granting her the power of resurrection. To remove it would result in her immediate death because the gem is now bonded to her being.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: For a Skrull, she's quite attractive.
  • One Degree of Separation: She's the daughter of Kl'rt the Super-Skrull, who is an enemy of the Fantastic Four, of whom Jennifer was a member for a time.
  • Really Gets Around: By the time of She-Hulk Vol. 2 #28, Jazinda has had thirty-seven sexual partners, up to five of them simultaneously.
  • Resurrective Immortality: Thanks to the Kree Lifestone Gem she swallowed, she cannot permanently die; Every time she does, she eventually resurrects wholly healed.
  • The Unfavorite: Her father always favored her brother Sarnogg instead.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Like most Skrulls, she can change her shape at will.

    Mallory Book 

Mallory Book

Notable Aliases: "The face that never lost a case,"

First Appearance: She-Hulk #1 (May, 2004)

A very successful lawyer who has had a precedent-setting law career. Jennifer Walters used to work at the same law practice with her (Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, and Holliway).

  • Friendly Rivalry: Her relationship with Jennifer.
  • Hello, Attorney!: Just like Jennifer, she's a very attractive attorney. In her youth, she won the "Miss Utah" beauty pageant.



Alter Ego: Purple Hayes

Notable Aliases:

First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk #19 (September, 1990)

Purple Hayes is the last of the Hayes family, who becomes the costumed hero Nosferata with the help of her Housekeeper Freda.



First Appearance: Fantastic Four #129 (December, 1972)

See Fantastic Four Supporting Characters for more info.

    Two-Gun Kid 

Two-Gun Kid

Alter Ego: Matthew Hawk (Born Matthew Leibowitz)

Notable Aliases: Clay Harder, Matthew Leibowitz, The No-Gun Kid

First Appearance: Two-Gun Kid #60 (November, 1962)

See Marvel Comics: Western Characters for more info



First Appearance: She-Hulk #4 (April, 2004)

A shape-shifting process server for Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway.



Alter Ego: Sasha Martin

Notable Aliases: Southpaw

First Appearance: She-Hulk #5 (July, 2004)

Holden Holliway's rebellious granddaughter. She has an alien gauntlet permanently grafted to her left arm.