Monday, May 12, 2014

She-Hulk #4

   This series has happily maintained the high standards set by the first issue, as it focuses on the She-Hulk as both a sharp attorney and a rambunctious super-hero.

   It really "feels" like a sister to Mark Waid's Daredevil stories, both in tone and style. Charles Soule's story is fresh and funny with a down-to-Earth approach (though not always).

   So it seems only right that this issue includes a guest appearance by Matt Murdock.

   And she's running up against some serious challenges, as she has to decide whether to support a client who has been captured by one of Marvel's biggest bad guys.

   The art by Javier Pulido is a lot of fun, with minimal backdrops but great use of color and energy.

   Just as Daredevil has become a big hit, this series deserves the same kind of attention and praise. It's a lot of fun!

Grade: A-



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