What happens when the son of crazy dictator, who also happens to be the Fantastic Four‘s arch-enemy, shows up in your office looking for help getting away from his father? If you’re She-Hulk it means you’ve found your burgeoning new law firm’s first client.
Struggling to get Kristoff Vernard to the courthouse in time to argue for his right to asylum before the end of the day, She-Hulk faces the obstacle of a small army of Doombots standing between her client and possibly his last chance at breaking free of Doctor Doom‘s control.
Offering the same mix of action and courtroom drama, along with a good supply of both humor and action, She-Hulk #3 shows off Jennifer Walters’ impressive abilities although the day is far from won when Kristoff’s father shows up forcing an early end to the proceedings. I may still not be 100% sold on the the art of Javier Pulido, but there’s enough here to bring me back to see where the story goes from here. Worth a look.