I find it interesting that in the recap page they show they exact shot of Jen's "broken neck" and say that Jen Walters has gone missing. Pretty much nowhere has Marvel declared Jen dead. You'd think they'd want to get some publicity out of that if they were really gonna kill her off. I think she is going to be fine and I can't wait to see her appear back on the scene and kick the Red She-Hulk's butt.
: I read a theory over on another message board
: about Jen's death at the hands of Red
: She-Hulk. I don't believe that Jen is really
: dead, but this theory does make sense:
: "Due to the fact that it was done in a
: back-up story written by an unknown I am
: still betting that Red-Shulk IS She-Hulk.
: Reasons I think this still. Shulk's outfit
: in the story is an awful lot like She-Hulk's
: outfit, just black where She-Hulk's is white
: (and with a collar). Secondly we just had
: Doc Samson fighting with himself in a comic,
: so I am assuming that this was taking place
: in She-Hulk's psyche too. In fact even the
: captions can be read to infer this."
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