She-Hulk's reaction was pretty great. Ass-whooping (well, almost) followed by fear and then anger... I'm looking forward to seeing her and her crew... although, I'm still feeling that She-Hulk is really more powerful than the other two combined.
'Course her and Tony hanging out still makes NO sense but then if Marvel cared about rigorous continuity... they wouldn't be Marvel and it would be pretty stupid for me to say "Sorry, She-Hulk is getting around too much! Let's see less of her as a concession to continuity." because I'd like to see more She-Hulk and think that only good can come of such excellent illustrations of the character... which I mean both literally and figuratively. Frank Cho's She-Hulk surely can't illicit any complaints from any red blooded male.
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