Review: She-Hulk #11

Writer: Rainbow Rowell
Artist: Andres Genolet
Colorist: Dee Cunniffe
Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Released: March 22, 2023


She-Hulk #11 kicks off a whole new plot arc! Jennifer Walters and her new beau are trying to figure out their new normal – easier said than done. Meanwhile, the superpower fight club (still in need of a name) is going strong. Then there’s the new thief hitting New York City.

My Review:

She-Hulk #11 is a strong start to the latest plot arc for our green lawyer. In truth, several active threads are running through this issue, making it as complex as fun. I don’t know about everyone else, but I have a few questions about where this is going!

The cameos (Fantasy Four and a few other surprises) were fun but also served a plot purpose – my favorite type of cameo. The whole fight club premise still gives me a solid chuckle, so I hope that keeps going.

The humor of the fight club helps to balance out the heartbreak stemming from other plot arcs. On that note, while this is a new arc, the previous events play a role in what is happening now. So it would be a good call to get caught up before diving in. (Though it is not required).

Loved the artwork in She-Hulk #11. Especially the cover! Jen Bartel is an artistic genius, and nobody can convince me otherwise.


  • Superhero fight club (need I say more?)
  • New plot arc
  • Fantastic Four Cameos

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