Eh, female characters in general get treated poorly in comics - what with rape being character development... at least Jen hasn't suffered that indignity. I hope her birthday brings her some good things.
I find it somewhat ironic that Jen was on the Hulk title about long enough to probably hole her solo title beneath the waterline... but ah well, no point dwelling on that. Let's just hope she gets some broader appeal.
Yeah, I think if you're going to have another Hulk character, you have to do something different... OBVIOUSLY, Lyra is visually different as she got her mother's hair but I don't think pallet swaps are exactly what make for a good character - so to mix her abilities and invert one of the defining characteristics of a Hulk was a smart move.
Also, I'm going to say... Dan Slott should REALLY get someone to use his little known character Geiger - I mean, if she isn't going to do anything in a World War Hulks where you can't move for all the gamma powered creatures - when WILL she get used? Yes, I know The Initiative...
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