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The latest issue of Guardians Team-Up pairs Gamora and She-Hulk together when Thanos‘ daughter ends up on Earth hunted by an army of Chitauri. While She-Hulk is mistaken by the aliens as their prey Gamora is mistaken for local police for New York’s favorite green-skinned lawyer/super-hero.

I wouldn’t call Guardians Team-Up disappointing exactly but with the wide range of possible team-ups the Marvel Universe offers the comic hasn’t exactly lived up to its premise. Although I had a mixed reaction to Otto Schmidt’s artwork, the pairing of Gamora and She-Hulk is the first issue of the series to really capture the madcap fun such a title can be used for.

I could have done without the flashbacks to Gamora’s childhood with her father which feel a bit unnecessary, and take pages away from the damage the two women can inflict on an entire spaceship of baddies (especially after they start dressing alike). And at $4 a pop the comic still feels a bit overpriced for what its offering. Worth a look.

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You can pre-order your own Marvel Comics She-Hulk Bishoujo Statue for the low, low price of $70.

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She-Hulk #6 continues, and eventually stalls, the Blue File storyline. While offering glimpses worthy of note including resurrecting properties of Angie Huang‘s pet moneky Hei Hei and the fact that She-Hulk is not immune to the mind control involved in making both heroes and villains forget whatever happened in North Dakota (which only kicks in now?), the issue brings the investigation to a halt along with tons of new potential clients for She-Hulk as the comic (apparently) has decided to shelve the storyline (for now) and more in a different direction.

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Getting you caught up on all the weekend reviews over on RazorFine Review here are the links for the season premiere of Rookie Blue (and the Fifth Season’s second episode), episodes of Wander Over Yonder and Teen Titans Go!, comic reviews of She-Hulk and Dexter’s Laboratory, and look backs at DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story and another episode of Batman: The Animated Series.

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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.

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Most of the second issue of the new She-Hulk title involves the basic set-up of She-Hulk setting up her new offices. She grabs office space in a building that targets super-powered tenants, hiring an assistant, and does her best to drum up new clients (which isn’t easy as her former firm has spread word about her hotheadedness destroying the partner’s conference table on her way out of the door and poisoned the well against her).

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Comic Rack – FF #1

by Cap'n Carrot on December 4, 2012 · 0 comments

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With the Fantastic Four heading out a time-traveling trip Reed, the Thing, Sue, and Johnny recruit a temporary team which will need to take their place for an undetermined amount of time between four minutes and indefinitely. Matt Fraction, who is also taking over the duties for the new Fantastic Four series, earns some points right away from me by choosing She-Hulk, one of Marvel Comics most criminally underused characters in recent years, as one quarter of the new team.

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Artist Kerrith Johnson has put together a series of super-hero “Believe” posters. Take a look at more of the collection in his deviantART gallery.

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There are groups of heroes that if you found yourself in a pickle you’d surely want to ride to the rescue. And there are groups whose arrival would fill you with dread by making you realize that things have gone from bad to worse. In a nutshell, that’s the difference between the Avengers and the Defenders.

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Whether you like you She-Hulk sensational or savage, I’m guessing you’ll like this premium format figure from Sideshow Collectibles. It’s pretty damn pricey, but I’ll give the creators credit for capturing both the strength and femininity of the character.

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