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Title:
She-Hulk. Law and disorder
Author:
Soule, Charles, author.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC, [2014]
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
Series:
General Note:
"Contains material originally published in magazine form as She-Hulk #1-6"--Title page verso.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
Rated: T+.
ISBN:
9780785190196
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Jennifer Walters is the She-Hulk! A stalwart member of the Avengers and the FF, she's also an attorney with professional respect. With a new practice, and a mounting number of super villains she's racking up as personal enemies! When Kristoff Vernard, the son of Victor von Doom seeks extradition, it's an international jailbreak! And She-Hulk and Hellcat must uncover the secrets of the Blue File, a conspiracy that touches the entire Marvel Universe! Someone important to She-Hulk is killed. She-Hulk takes on her most terrifying role yet: defendant!


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Booklist Review

After quitting her job in a fit of anger, lawyer and superhero Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk sets up her own practice. Struggling to make a name on her own, She-Hulk reluctantly takes a case seeking political asylum and extradition for Dr. Doom's son, using both the power of the law and the fury flowing through her gamma-fueled fists. Although her second case, involving a mysterious and forgotten lawsuit pitting Walters and other supers as defendants, ends abruptly, the story as a whole is a welcome departure from the series' past. Walters relies more on her connections and knowledge to solve problems while still pleasing fans with occasional destruction. Similar in tone and look to Matt Fraction's lauded Hawkeye, Soule's story shows more of an everyday superhero, with emphasis on character development in more realistic settings. The artwork is equally impressive: Pulido's run evokes a slick, bright pop-art feel, while Wimberly takes slightly more risks with his signature blend of gritty 1980s comics and stylish manga. A new standard to which superhero comics should aspire.--Blenski, Peter Copyright 2015 Booklist