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She-Hulk Volume 9: Lady Liberators TPB (Graphic Novel Pb) Paperback – 17 Jun 2009

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Cancelled again... 21 Jun. 2009
By Joe - Published on
Format: Paperback
How many times does this girl need to bite the dust? When she finally has a decent writer, the person leaves, the new guy takes over and fouls everything up (same thing happened in her Sensational series). Peter David is a great writer. But, the way he forced his arc change on her, was too far. As the issues went along, he was getting his footing. But then Marvel, feeling economy woes, decides to cancel her. Even though the issues started selling well again, when the secret invasion arc started. That means only issues 22-30 sold bad. How can you pass judgment on a comic, after 8 measly issues, when she had over 35 issues that sold decently. David must of been thrown off, because the final issue was too forced and cluttered. Plus, we didn't even get any back story on how her original villain from Savage She-Hulk #17 actually turned into the new Behemoth. Or what happen to Jazinda. David did say he was planning to restore Jen back to her job, if the series had continued. I just hope Marvel brings her back to resolve the cliff hanger. Marvel needs to stop making 50 million spin offs of Spider-Man. Then this wouldn't of happened.
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She-Hulk Vol. 9 Review 30 Nov. 2010
By N. Beitler - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Hmmm... Not really what I was expecting or hoping for. I typically love Peter David's writing (especially his long run on The Incredible Hulk which can be found in the many volumes of Incredible Hulk Visionaries - Peter David, Vol. 1), but it just feels a bit flat, here. The story moves a bit slowly, is kind of dull, and the artwork isn't dynamic enough to really please the eye. I'm glad this series is ending, as it just isn't what it once was - i.e. - very enjoyable.
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