She-Hulk #9-10 (1980)

Jennifer Walters is hired as an attorney to get a kid out of a cult.  It’s not entirely clear why a lawyer is necessary for this task, but the cult is protected by a super strong woman, so I guess I understand why She-Hulk is needed.

It’s dumb.

But look at the groovy Michael Golden cover!

There is one interesting sequence in the beginning, where we see She Hulk in her apartment, in a shadowy shot behind bars, lamenting that her rage makes her lose control.

But she’s in her She-Hulk form.  Until this issue, I hadn’t recognized how she seems to be rage-crazy in some stories and not in others.  But I like how they put her in a “prison” image when they make this clear.  Artistic!

Creators: David Anthony Kraft and Mike Vosburg
Grade: C-
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