(W) Charles Soule (A) Javier Pulido
• The end of the Blue File...and the end of an era!
• But when one door closes, another one opens, and Jen finds herself face to face with her most important case yet.
Alright, so I must admit that for many years the idea of reading a She-Hulk comic was about as enticing as a needle to the eye. Then one day in 2005, I stumbled upon Dan Slott's masterful reintroduction of the mean, green, law practicin' machine that we all know and love today. Thanks to Slott and Bobillo, She-Hulk found a new lease on life, both with fans and creators alike that eventually resulted in the launch of this current series which unfortunately, ends with this issue. Now, I could go into a huge rant about how B.S. this all is, but truly, I am just happy to have had 12 absolutely MIND-BLOWING issues from the brilliant creative team of Charles Soule and Javier Pulido that proves there are no bad characters, just bad creators. Throw in a double-shot of Ron Wimberly guest art and you've got what will be hailed as one of the BEST female lead, (or even male lead) cape books on the rack. She-Hulk is dead! LONG LIVE SHE-HULK!!