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She-Hulk #33: Review

Sep 2008
Peter David, Vincenzo Cucca

Story Name:

Fathers and Daughters

Review & Comments

3 stars

She-Hulk #33 Review by (February 15, 2010)
To avoid destroying a plane's cockpit, the She-Hulk turns into Jennifer Walters in mid air right before crashing into the cockpit; ridiculously, Jennifer is unhurt by the collision with the flying airplane (!).


Synopsis / Summary / Plot

She-Hulk #33 Synopsis by Julio Molina-Muscara
While fighting the She-Hulk, the Super Skrull explains why his daughter Jazinda is a dishonor for him and the Skrulls. Jazinda was sent by the empire in a mission to steal the sacred gem of Sy-Torak from the Kree. But to escape from them alive, she swallowed it. The gem made her inmortal and bonded with her. Any attempt to remove it would kill her (permanently). She refused to die and escaped.

Kl'Rt (the Super Skrull's real name) finally subdues the She-Hulk and shots Jazinda dead. But the She-Hulk puts Kl-Rt back in his senses, who saves his daughter from Nogor the Talisman before he gut her to restore the gem. Prohibiting the She-Hulk from telling Jazinda who saved her, the Super Skrull departs.

Vincenzo Cucca
Vincenzo Acunzo
Barbara Ciardo
Mike Deodato Jr. (Cover Penciler)


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(Jennifer Walters)

Plus: Super-Skrull.

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