INCREDIBLE AND SENSATIONAL!
The Incredible Hulk comes for his cousin, and it’s not a social call! Both Hulk books collide!
What villain is brave enough to bait the two strongest heroes (one with way better hair) of the Marvel Universe?!
PLUS: In honor of Native/Indigenous Heritage Month, the Best Friend of the Marvel Universe and She-Hulk’s ex-boyfriend WYATT WINGFOOT makes his triumphant return in a bonus story!
ComicBook.comIn any other context, pivoting away from your female lead and towards two separate stories of angry, gigantic monster men would be offensive, but Sensational She-Hulk turns it into a clever romp. The main story from Rainbow Rowell and Andres Genolet brings to life an unlikely reunion between Jen and Bruce, which devolves into breezy fight scenes and some moments of pitch-perfect banter from Jen. The backup story from Bobby Wilson and David Cutler, which is the book's reintroduction of Wyatt Wingfoot, is also snappy and flirty enough to leave Shulkie fans wanting more.
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AIPTThe Sensational She-Hulk #2 is another excellent issue but suffers a bit as it becomes too singular and focused on action. Still, the expressions are spot-on, and She-Hulk couldn't be written better.
Comic Book RevolutionRainbow Rowell and Andres Genolet have quickly established Sensational She-Hulk as Marvel's best title right now. Sensational She-Hulk #2 confirms that being a fact with an incredibly layered story with Hulk. This added more to the relationship shared by the Hulk cousins. If you haven't checked this series out yet make sure to rectify that by picking up this and the first issue up asap.
Henchman-4-HireNo Jack of Hearts to bring me down, but also nothing to really bring me up. Despite the Hulk showing up, and him being a rather anger, feral Hulk, this is actually a pretty low key issue. Like, I know this isn’t necessarily a fisticuffs sort of comic, but the way the Hulk is in this issue, I would have liked more…damage? Maybe? We get some when the villains show up, but until then, it’s just Hulk and She-Hulk sort of bickering at each other. I really, really like the artwork, especially on She-Hulk this issue. It’s very strong, very good looking art. And Hulk does look imposing. But he doesn’t really do anything all that imposing. There’s a sense that he’s dangerous and people are in danger…but then nothing actually happens to put them in danger until the bad guys show up. So there’s a bit of a disconnect about this Hulk appearance. And the villains…are fine. There was a lot of build up for them in the previous series, and I suppose it’s time to pay that off. So here we go. Then the issue kinda just ends.
Weird Science Marvel ComicsSensational She-Hulk #2 leans so hard into the slice-of-life model that there's nothing in this issue resembling a plot, direction, message, or point. You'll probably get more entertainment and less strain on your wallet by going to the mall and watching people walk by.