She-Hulk, a.k.a. Jennifer Walters, is one of Marvel's most popular female super heroes, but that currently finds herself without a title. As part of the Women of Marvel celebrations, and because 2010 is also She-Hulk's 30th anniversary, Marvel released this one-shot to celebrate the past, the present and the future of She-Hulk. So what does this sensational special hold within it's covers, and what did I think of it? Hit the jump to see more.
I did want to quickly mention the cover by Gary Frank, though, which shows She-Hulk accidentally ripping off the door off a taxi, while wearing a "business" suit. I guess the joke here is Jennifer Walters accidentally turned into She-Hulk, leaving her with a door into her hand and the "shrunken" clothes. She-Hulk does not look angry, so I don't understand why she would suddenly turn without reason, other than to show off some skin. Gray Frank is a pretty good artist, so the artwork is not bad per se, but I would have preferred a different concept for the cover.
Written by John Byrne