From Savage to Sensational! With John Byrne writing and penciling, witness She-Hulk go where no super hero has gone before: right through the 4th wall! See She-Hulk vs. Spider-Man! Beheaded! Against the wrath of Dr. Bong! Alongside Santa Claus! On her own Star Truck! Hosting her own golden age guest star! Guest-starring the Wasp, Mr. Fantastic and Razorback!
Sensational She-Hulk #1-8, Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #18 (She-Hulk story)
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
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Back when I was growing up my comic of choice was always MARVEL. I read many of their monthly mags but of all their titles, The Sensational She-Hulk was my can't miss. Time (and its poor choices) has made me turn my back on this once loved company. It's Spider-man, mutants, avengers, and others. Yet, even though my comic drug of choice is currently DC, I still remain a fan of MARVEL jade giantess. Savage, Sensational, er..Dan Slott's.These three were brilliant books! The Sensational She-Hulk was by far and away one of MARVEL's greatest. It had humor, adventure, excitement, and was easily some of John Byrne's best work. Not mention some other raw talent that was seen in its pages, personally it was Bryan Hitch's run on the book that was my favorite. Fingers crossed that MARVEL release his run in a fancy collection. As a consumer I shall break my "no more money flushed down the MARVEL crapper" rule on this book for two reasons. First, should it sell successful perhaps they shall release more beyond its initial eight issues. Secondly, perhaps it will show how the character was once great and get her into a more fitting series of her own, as the latest Savage She-Hulks is nothing short of a colossal disappointment. Lyra.ugh.
John Byrne at the top of his creativity! What a wonderful volume this is. The She-Hulk by John Byrne is funny, entertaining, surprising and pure Marvel-style. John Byrne wrote and drawn this series up to issue 8 and came back to the series later in the game. This first volume collects all the first 8 issues with story and art by John Byrne. You can't go wrong.