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  • Red Reviews Roll In

    Red She-Hulk is a very aggressive character, and readers may find themselves questioning whether her actions in this issue are truly justified. New readers might not even know to view Fortean as an antagonist, as Betty is the one that comes across as the real threat here.

    Full review at IGN

    For someone like myself who wants to give Marvel Comics a chance but has very little background with the characters, Red She Hulk is a pretty strong win. Not only is it a second ongoing title from the publisher to feature a female solo lead character, but it also does a pretty excellent job of introducing the status quo to potential new readers.

    Full review at COMICOSITY

    If you find any more good ones, let me know. Very grateful for the response!


    Comment from Jean
    Time: October 11, 2012, 11:02 am

    Ask, and ye shall receive. I found two nice ones (also the only ones I found, so the positivity is unanimous as far as I can tell):



    Comment from Gene
    Time: October 14, 2012, 6:50 pm

    Here is a review I wrote for my friend’s blog:


    Comment from Parker
    Time: October 14, 2012, 6:55 pm

    Gene, thanks for reviewing that and I hope you enjoy what we have coming up! Which is more hitting.

    Comment from Zeno
    Time: October 17, 2012, 10:36 am

    There is a question that I have been meaning to ask you. The file in your recent She Hulk issues said the process by which the Red She Hulk was created was not the same as her father Red Hulk. How is it different? Are not both created as a combination of Gamma Rays and Cosmic Rays Has this been explained before in a issue I missed?

    Comment from Parker
    Time: October 17, 2012, 11:09 am

    Zeno, I don’t mean to make it sound like it was a different process, but a more refined version of the same process.