Oh, Fangirls. The time has come. This issue of She Hulk, marks it’s very last. At least for this run. Of course, this isn’t the end of She Hulk as we know it. That would be truly tragic. However, it is the end of She Hulk has we know her here. It’s been an excellent 12 issue run, that I’m content with. But before we get to the whole series ending thing, we’ve got some conflicts to resolve.
It’s been a bit since we’ve checked in with the new super chick kicking butt and taking names, Fangirls. When we last left Spiderwoman, she was getting really involved in a mysterious case of disappearances and terrible villain names. There was fishiness all around it. I had to dive back into this series to see what the heck was going to happen.
Well, well, Fangirls. Now that things with the Inventor have settled down, it’s time to head into a new story arc for our beloved Ms. Marvel. With a new illustrator, this series heads into a slightly new story, still bearing themes of all the intensity of issues past. The ghosts of the Inventor are still lurking about, and you won’t believe who they’ve got on the case.
Let’s be honest, when you’re a new Scandal fan like myself, you haven’t got time to focus on any other villain but Eli Pope. This guy is so bad, so awful , so untrustworthy, that it almost makes me want to stop watching the show. I get get angry every time I see him, and I keep waiting for the episode where he is no longer a threat. Regardless of how much I hate him, he’s still one down right scary man, mostly because of the level of reality that there is to Mr. Pope.
Though it seems as though one conflict just ended, we’re already at another climax here, Fangirls. Issue #11 is the second to last issue of this series, so it’s understandable that they get right into another situation, and bringing things to a close. Or rather, bringing back an older conflict that went unsolved.
So okay, maybe Aquaman wouldn’t be eating his friends of the deep. Or maybe he just respects them enough to make them into super delicious and easy meals. It’s hard to tell. Either way, this dish is inspired by you, Aquaman. It’s said that Atlantis would be located somewhere in the Caribbean, so I whipped up a meal loosely inspired by a loosely real place for our dear underwater superhero.
I have never read anything spider related. No Spider-Woman, Spider-Man, nothing of the sort. To be honest, for whatever reason, it has never interested me. However, the folks at my local comic shop strongly suggested that I pick up the new Spider-Woman. Their suggestions have yet to fail me, so I listened. I also took their advice in not buying the first #4 issues, and going right to issue #5. They were beyond correct in their judgement of both things. This issue reads like a first, and it’s also fucking awesome.