At this point, She-Hulk didn’t have her own comic yet—but I bet John Byrne was already floating the idea, since it’s the reason he left the Thing solo comic, and he’d done a solo story for her in Fantastic Four that, to this day, is a fan favorite. He loved to draw her topless.
He even showed a little nipple.
In this story, S.H.I.E.L.D. decides it would be a good idea to kidnap She-Hulk and see if they can duplicate her. (Nick Fury doesn’t participate.) Obviously, this doesn’t go well for SHIELD. She-Hulk beats up Mandroids, gets teleported to a secret base, fights a monster made up of cockroaches (pretty gruesome), and, of course, crashes the Helicarrier. Because without that, no SHIELD story can be complete.
There’s one lasting effect of the story: She-Hulk loses the ability to change into Jennifer Walters. And doesn’t care. Because really, why would she? She’s super strong and still hot.
Creator: John Byrne