Tuesday, August 12, 2014

She-Hulk #7

   OK, I’m generally a sucker for any comic that includes Giant-Man - or Ant-Man, for that matter - and this issue of She-Hulk earns bonus points because it includes both!

   The story has She-Hulk helping in the search for a scientist who has made himself tiny, and (having seen too many viewings of the movie Honey, I Shrunk the Kids), he’s lost in a backyard setting.

   And there’s an added complication - if he’s not returned to normal soon, he’ll explode (and I’m sorry, but that bit is entirely stolen from the Silver Age Atom. I’m just sayin’.)

   Since it’s his specialty, Giant-Man is brought in to help with the search - which takes a surprising turn or two and leaves the She-Hulk and her assistance, Hellcat, is big trouble (no pun intended).

   The art by Javier Pulido is very nice, incorporating a fresh style, good character designs and lots of fun with the environment.

   This series has been a bit on the odd side so far, but that’s not a bad thing. It’s unpredictable and fun, and well worth checking out.

Grade: B+

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