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    I'm down for Rainbow Rowell's She-Hulk. Glad she is going back to her classic look and personality. Wasn't a fan of what Aarons was doing with the character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. White View Post
    And through the dumpster fire, a glimmer of hope...

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    Okay this can be a proof that God exists. Jennifer is returning.

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    Thank god Jen is going back to normal.
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    Is the writer any good?
    Can't be worse than Aaron but still a bad writer can make it real bad.Really hope they drop the whole I like being ugly, man bad and Can't talk in sentences hulk smash stuff.

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    Rowell writing a She-Hulk solo book is old news, only the covers are new info. We found out the book exists when we found out about Avengers Forever and Reckoning War.

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    Finally! She's back .

    And her book is as ready to move on from Aaron as we are .

    I wonder if the friend is Patsy. Although she's busy over in Iron Man...
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    I guess they're also bringing back the Slott-era costume instead of the purple bikini .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderfan001 View Post
    Is the writer any good?
    Can't be worse than Aaron but still a bad writer can make it real bad.Really hope they drop the whole I like being ugly, man bad and Can't talk in sentences hulk smash stuff.
    Other than the fact she never regarded herself as ugly or ever said men were bad. Also she could express herself in complete sentences. I find this particularly annoying to post as it means defending Aaron’s run with the character.

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    Marvel should just open the wallet and pay Hughes to draw the comic. What we have here is the same problem we had with Guardians Of The Galaxy and Brett Booth. No one wants to look at a Hughes cover and then immediately have to lower their expectations for the regular artist. Instead of paying for covers from artist that people really want...why not just pay them to do the book?!

    Is Marvel that cheap or is being a variant cover artist just that dang lucrative for certain artist like Hughes and Booth? If so more power to them.

    Also, this was the best writer they could get? The character is getting a D+ series. You would think they would try for someone more...top tier.
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    Jen Bartel is going to be the regular cover artist for this series, that’s exciting! This will be my introduction to Rainbow Rowell’s writing, I’ve always heard decent things about Runaways so that has me feeling reassured. As for Antonio, he drew She-hulk briefly in X-Men Red, so you have a reference point of what to expect from the interior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipter View Post
    Jen Bartel is going to be the regular cover artist for this series, that’s exciting! This will be my introduction to Rainbow Rowell’s writing, I’ve always heard decent things about Runaways so that has me feeling reassured. As for Antonio, he drew She-hulk briefly in X-Men Red, so you have a reference point of what to expect from the interior.

    Bonus points for normal Jen .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderfan001 View Post
    Is the writer any good?
    Can't be worse than Aaron but still a bad writer can make it real bad.Really hope they drop the whole I like being ugly, man bad and Can't talk in sentences hulk smash stuff.
    Quote Originally Posted by Top Hat View Post
    Other than the fact she never regarded herself as ugly or ever said men were bad. Also she could express herself in complete sentences. I find this particularly annoying to post as it means defending Aaron’s run with the character.
    Re-read Spiderfan's post before you get too mad; he said he hopes they "drop the whole 'I like being ugly, man bad and can't talk in sentences hulk smash' stuff".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipter View Post
    Jen Bartel is going to be the regular cover artist for this series, thatís exciting! This will be my introduction to Rainbow Rowellís writing, Iíve always heard decent things about Runaways so that has me feeling reassured. As for Antonio, he drew She-hulk briefly in X-Men Red, so you have a reference point of what to expect from the interior.

    Pretty underwhelming art, tbh. But I'll take it over Juan Bobillo or Javier Pulido any day of the week!

    To this day I don't understand what Marvel was thinking with either of them; especially when they had someone (Paul Pelletier) much more suitable for She-Hulk available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabare View Post
    She-Hulk can breath underwater now, must be a new power
    Hulk can so not really a surprise that Jen can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris0013 View Post
    Hulk can so not really a surprise that Jen can.
    Since when can Hulk breathe underwater?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipter View Post
    Jen Bartel is going to be the regular cover artist for this series, thatís exciting!
    No it's infuriating. Like Hughes, Bartel's work is so much better than the actual artist. Just. Pay. Bartel. To. Do. The. Book. Is being a variant cover artist so lucrative that certain artist can get by on doing just that?!
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