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She-Hulk #29: Review

May 2008
Peter David, Val Semeiks

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5 stars

She-Hulk #29 Review by (February 15, 2010)
Excellent script by Peter David about manipulating the law to save or defend the guilty, and the irresponsible use of power and bad judgment.


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

She-Hulk #29 Synopsis by Julio Molina-Muscara
The She-Hulk tells her cell prison companion Monique how she got into her messy situation: as Jennifer Walters, she defended Arthur Moore, AKA Dark Art, in court, accused of bank robbery and animal cruelty. Jennifer cleverly made the judge dismiss the case. But then Moore surprised Mallory and Jennifer by telling them that he transformed some kids (reported as missing) into canines for sacrifices during dark sorcerous practices. Jennifer turned into the Savage She-Hulk (for the first time in a long time), and defeated Dark Art.

After her violent reaction, the She-Hulk was disbarred (no longer an attorney), and presented her resignation to the law firm. She-Hulk then learned that it was all a setup to ruin her career; the missing children were found safe a week later. And the bank money was provided to Moore as bait by an unnamed third-party.

No longer needing body guard services, Arthur Moore fires Bran Murphy. In retaliation, Murphy kills Moore with poison.

Val Semeiks
Avalon Studios
Mike Deodato Jr. (Cover Penciler)


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