As for Jen being the Red She-Hulk, I don't think so. If the Intel was going to brainwash Jen, I think they would of left her fighting skills. Judging from that fight if Red was Jen she would have matched blow for blow with her green self. Which Red did not.
So basically the fight was a what if.
: Jen beats up the AIM goons and says she's
: leaving. A door opens (cue in dramatic
: music) and Reh She-Hulk emerges, saying
: there's a problem with that scenario and
: that she's that problem. Jen sidesteps her
: bull charge and ground slam, knee-kicks her
: in the midsection and knocks her to the
: wall, whereby Red's berserker rage takes
: over and she batters Jen and then breaks off
: a section of coollant pipe to twist around
: Jen's neck twice and than snap it tight.
: Jen's eyes are rolled up, green blood is
: gushing from her mouth and nostrils. Red
: says "Who's next?" I still don't
: believe a pipe made of standard material or
: even a reinforced allow, even with the force
: exerted on it by Red, can actually kill Jen.
: That snapping sound doesn't necessarily mean
: her neck was snapped clean and through. And
: as others mentioned, what about her healing
: My concern now is that in the custody of the
: Intelligencia, they have all the opportunity
: to brainwash her, unless she has some mental
: defenses they can't bypass.
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