It’s time for the final showdown with our new villains.
Can Jen and Jack make it through alive?
You Don't Read ComicsIt’s refreshing to see Jen break the fourth wall with the kind of strength that she’s exhibiting in the ninth issue of the series, but there’s some delicate finesse that seems slightly out of reach for the creative team. Maybe the sudden turn to the fourth wall feels a bit too sudden. Maybe there should have been a little more of a lead into the big confrontation. Something is missing in the flow of action from beginning to end. It’s not quite clear what it is. Whatever it is, it’s enough of a jarring shift in energy that it feels more clunky than it should, given the overall sophistication of Rowell, Miyazawa, and Renzi’s story.
ComicBook.comWhile She-Hulk #9 doesn't reinvent the wheel, it reminds readers that this She-Hulk series is very aware of what came before and why these storytelling structures can become frustrating over time. It will be fascinating to see how it addresses that particular conflict as it moves ahead.
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Weird Science Marvel ComicsShe-Hulk #9 finally gives the languishing series some much-needed momentum. until the comic stops with a bizarre creative choice in the third act. A choice that doesn't make sense for the scene, the story, or the context. This comic had potential but flops hard in the end.
Henchman-4-HireThis issue raises the stakes a whole bunch, but not in any particularly compelling direction.
Impulse GamerNot only am I not recommending this one I no longer think I will be reviewing this series going forward. Time to read something else.