Review: She-Hulk, Volume 1: Deconstructed

Title: She-Hulk, Volume 1: Deconstructed
Author: Marino Tamaki, Nico Leon, Matt Milla
Genre: Graphic Novel
Publisher: Marvel
Source: Purchased
Release Date: July 25, 2017
Rating: ★★★★★

Goodreads Synopsis:

Jennifer Walters has survived the second Civil War…barely. But, having risen from the rubble, she re-enters the world a very different kind of hero. Fueled by a quiet rage, she is determined to move forward, to go on with her life – but the pain of the past and all that she’s lost is always there. An undercurrent, a pulse waiting to quicken -and trigger Jen’s transformation into the one thing she doesn’t have control over…



She-Hulk, aka Jennifer Walters, is my favourite superhero! I’m so excited about this new series!

This story takes place after the Civil War. Jen has a hard time dealing with the death of one of the Avengers (I won’t give the name in case of spoilers). But she forced herself to get back into her job as a lawyer. This story showed more of her work life, than her personal life.

I loved the story of Maise Brewn. It was so creepy and scary. As soon as I saw her, I gasped, and I realized maybe it wasn’t the best choice to read this before bed… She looks like some kind of ghost with gray skin and black eyes. But the creepy aspect of Maise and her odd apartment really kept me excited and curious about the story.

I absolutely loved this graphic novel, and I can’t wait to read the next volumes!

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