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Marvel’s She-Hulk: Jennifer Walters Plot Details In Issue 1

Marvel’s She-Hulk: Jennifer Walters Plot Details In Issue 1
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Marvel’s She-Hulk: Jennifer Walters Plot Details In Issue 1

Due to the emotional death of The Hulk aka Bruce Banner in Marvel’s Civil War II, She-Hulk was left in a state of shock. However, it looks like Jennifer Walters has found her motivation to awaken from the trauma in Hulk #1.

It was revealed that She-Hulk aka Jennifer Walters will appear in a new series written by Mariko Tamaki with artwork by Nico Leon. Furthermore, the debut issue has been confirmed to release this year in December.

Fans are awestruck by the announcement, as the story will center on Jennifer’s journey as the Hulk rather than She-Hulk, and also her attempt to fix her life as a lawyer. Marvel has released the new cover of issue 1 by Jeff Dekal, so check it out below.

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According to AV Club, Marvel’s editor-in-chief Axel Alonso said, “The title She-Hulk evokes light-hearted stories about a Jennifer Walters who is at peace with herself and in full control of her powers.” Alonso added that the superheroine will be having an “ongoing battle with the monster within.”

The story will take place after the events of Civil War II. Alonso teased the plot of the new series, saying Walter will have “fallout of that trauma” and that she will go through “anxiety and anger” due to it. However, Alonso hinted that “if there is light at the end of the tunnel, Jen is going to have to search hard for it, and she’s going to have to battle with some pretty big monsters- including the one withing- to find herself again.”

The writer of Hulk #1, Mariko Tamaki, added, “Jen is absolutely shaped by the trauma she’s experienced.” The writer revealed it was “inspired by thinking about how different people deal with the hard thing that happen in their lives.”

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Artist Nico Leon said he is excited to have the opportunity to “draw day-to-day life of a superhero who needs not to be a superhero all the time.”

Although the action sequence won’t be as much as Civil War II in the Hulk #1, the new series will appeal to readers by concentrating on the likes of Jen as a civilian as well as a hero.

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