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The Sensational She-Hulk #6

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

Last issue, She-Hulk was offered a spot on the Avengers. Will she take it?

In the meantime, Jen and Jack of Hearts’ space vacation gets quite dangerous. Lingering questions from years ago are going to be asked again, and the answers may just destroy the new It Couple of Comics!


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23 pages
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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Sensational She-Hulk’s latest arc begins perfectly, using the repercussions of the previous issues to catapult Jen into a melodramatic and delightful new status quo. Rainbow Rowell’s script is chock-full of whimsy and delicious banter, all while setting up a storyline that I’m excited to see unfold. Aesthetically, the issue is also a knockout, offering some glorious fashion and bit of visual comedy. I could not be more excited to see what’s next for She-Hulk after this.

  • 90

    Nerd Initiative

    I know She-Hulk can be a bit polarizing in todays market. The MCU’s popularity tends to make targets to be ridiculed out of certain characters. It’s ignorant to think that that energy doesn’t trickle down into the comics. She-Hulk and Sensational She-Hulk would not be considered my traditional “cup of tea” in terms of comic book characters or stories. I enjoy Ghost Rider, Wolverine, Batman, TMNT, and horror related media.

    She-Hulk lends itself to romantic comedy and “slice of life”, to borrow a phrase. It’s completely the opposite of everything else on my pull list. So please believe me when I tell you, that this character has been a staple for me over the last 2 years.

    It’s fun. It’s clever. It’s relatable. I’m always excited to read the next issue. I know it’s not going to click with everyone, but I say it wouldn’t hurt to give it a shot. Who knows? You may find yourself reading something that feels like a breath of fresh air!

  • 80


    As I’ve stated many times in the past, I love Rainbow Rowell comic that just has the characters hanging out and being fun people. And this issue is another such corker. Personally, as longtime review readers know, I really, really don’t like the She-Hulk/Jack of Hearts relationship. So when it’s just the two of them hanging out and being fun people, I’m a little disappointed in the issue as a whole. But that’s a me thing. It doesn’t take away from the fun of the issue. From the law office to the apartment to the bar, this issue is full of fun, human character moments that I very much enjoy.

    And then it’s just a special sort of fun that Rowell is using Ganymede! I was unfamiliar with the character and, honestly, I thought she was an original creation for that Scarlet Witch issue. It was a fun issue! A Google search revealed the truth and now I know! I wonder if Rowell already had Ganymede in mind before she was used in Scarlet Witch. There aren’t exactly a lot of characters who have such a connection to Jack of Hearts. I enjoy the synergy between the two comics! And I look forward to an obscure character to show up and throw a monkey wrench into this relationship! Break them up, Ganymede!

  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 69


    It is time for a vacation for Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk and her significant other. Their destination is in outer space. Yet, will Ms. Walters really be able to escape her recent troubles? Even if she can escape those troubles what about the ones that may crop up next?

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