No She-Hulk yet but Lyra is apparently part of Banner's plan and gets to meet her brother, Skaar. She-Rulk kinda gets owned by Banner but the way his character is currently being written, he might as well be omniscient.
This reminds me... last issue we had this "Is he becoming the hulk again" "Nope." dialogue that kind of goes AGAINST stuff that happened earlier in The List: Hulk #1 where Norman Osborne deliberately exposed Banner to gamma radiation for the express purpose of making Banner become the Hulk again and Banner goes "pisser" and then in a later issue of Incredible Hulk it was made obvious his re-hulkification was under way. Is it just a big continuity error? I think we ALL know that at some point Banner is going to become a big gamma irradiated emo again, so I don't get the current position.
Also, Betty turns up. Banner seems kinda fixated on her and she isn't too fond of him. Additionally, as She-Rulk is beating people up while Banner is trying to affect her rescue, I suspect her chances of being the Red She-Hulk have just dropped to about zero. Which is maybe a bit disappointing.
Also, HULKED OUT HEROES! Not enough girl ones...
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