Review: She-Hulk #9

Writer: Rainbow Rowell
Artist: Takeshi Miyazawa
Colorist: Rico Renzi
Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Released: December 28, 2022

She-Hulk #9 continues the dramatic arc of Jen and Jack. We all know that things are going to go horribly wrong and soon. Yet we can’t seem to look away. At least, I know I can’t. I’ve got to see what’s next.

This issue is perfect in so many ways. There’s a touch of karmic justice (though it is left incomplete, especially following the next few pages), dramatic irony, and of course, a bit of fourth wall-breaking. Or smashing, as the case can be.

I don’t want to spoil what happens in this issue, so I will try and dance around what I love most about She-Hulk #9. She-Hulk takes writers (and readers) to task, directly commenting on a certain situation and letting her feelings be known. It was a powerful moment, and I really loved what she had to say on the matter.

The cliffhanger-esque ending has me both looking forward to and dreading She-Hulk #10.

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