Published on May 23rd, 2023 | by Tim Chuma

She-Hulk #13 Review (2022)

She-Hulk #13 Review (2022) Tim Chuma

Summary: Although as not as action-packed as some of the previous issues, this does give the characters time and space to develop. Worth a look if you enjoy this character.



Jennifer William’s “eating cake in fancy dresses Wednesday” is interrupted when she sees the cheeky scamp who seems to be stealing things just to see her but he is in civvies. He admits that he knows a lot about her but does not give up that much about himself and then she has to go back to work at the law firm to a full queue of clients.

This is another one which is mainly backstory and not so much action. If you are following the story so far and enjoy the characters I would still recommend it as this series seems to balance the action for the story progression as it goes along. Not many of these super hero types have an actual job they have to turn up to every day and other commitments apart from hitting things so it is a bit different.

I enjoyed this story as it let you find out more about the antagonist in a way that didn’t involve them having to fight the main character. Worth a look if you have been following the series.

Comic details:

Writer: Rainbow Rowell

Penciler: Andres Genolet

Cover Artist: Jen Bartel

Publisher: Marvel

Published: May 17, 2023

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