Wednesday, February 4, 2009

She-Hulk #37

Peter David is moving things back into place for things to go back to normal for the upcoming cancellation of the title. There is some nice parallel storytelling with She-Hulk's life getting back in order as she gets popular with the public, returns to the law firm, and is in the process of becoming a practicing lawyer again. While that is happening, Jazinda is impersonating She-Hulk in order to face off against the Man-Elephant. He's kind of a silly villain, but the savagery in his beat down is impressive. I did like how they resolved the fight too, with M-E possibly considering a turn to good?

I thought it was interesting how Jazinda thought "I'm losing her" when She-Hulk calls and gives her the good news. Are we talking about losing friends, or had Jazinda hoped for more? Hard to tell at this point, but it will be interesting to see what she meant.

The art is by Steve Scott, who has a much more classic approach than the studio approach from the last few months. I liked his art better than the last few issues. The story is just kind of moving along, but it isn't really anything riveting. Kind of a decent summary of David's whole run.


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