Published on April 12th, 2022 | by Tim Chuma

She-Hulk #3 Review

She-Hulk #3 Review Tim Chuma

Summary: She-Hulk goes to work at her ordinary job and does not punch anyone. Worth it to find out more about the characters.


Slice of life

She-Hulk goes back to her old job and her boss tells her to get to work but is not too pleased on her potential clients being “her type” helping her out is an old friend and she does get one or two potential leads. Later at home she takes home a pizza for Jack of Hearts who supposedly does not need to eat or sleep and now he is doing both. She is still trying to work out why he is back but does not want to go back to the Avengers for help.

This story was another good answer to the “why can’t we see these characters doing normal every day things?” question and it did deal with it well I thought. Also we get to find out more about the relationship between She-Hulk and Jack of Hearts and other people in her life.

I am still enjoying this story and am looking forward to more in this story so I will keep recommending it at this stage. Maybe in a couple of issues it will be too far into the story to start from that exact issue and not miss things but it does not seem to be at that point yet.

Comic details:

Writer: Rainbow Rowell

Penciler: Roge Antonio, Luca Maresca

Cover Artist: Jen Bartel

Publisher: Marvel

Published: April 06, 2022

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