Published on February 27th, 2023 | by Tim Chuma

She-Hulk #10 Review (2022)

She-Hulk #10 Review (2022) Tim Chuma

Summary: Yeah alright I know what I said about this series in the last episode. It was OK.



Jen deals with the fallout of Jack of Hearts regaining his powers and having to leave and tries to get on with her life. Even wining the case of the fake Doctor Doom and being offered free drinks by her notoriously tight boss does not cheer her up. Will she ever see Jack again?

I know what I said last issue about maybe not following this one in the future but I could not resist reading at least one. This issue shows more of what would actually happen after a traumatic event that never really gets covered in the other stories on superheroes. She misses Jack the most as he was the only person to treat her like she was when she was Jen Walters and not She Hulk.

I don’t know what the new storyline for this series is going to be but it seems like one you can dip in and out of more than other series as it does not seem to have any crossovers so it doesn’t matter as much if you miss part of the story.

Well worth a look if you have been following this storyline. A bit too far into the series without going back a bit to read the previous issues at the moment but see how it goes.

Comic details:

Writer: Rainbow Rowell

Penciler: Takeshi Miyazawa

Cover Artist: Jen Bartel

Publisher: Marvel

Published: February 22, 2023

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