Anyway I quite enjoyed the preview, and I'm glad that PAD has an opportunity to tell a She-Hulk story where it is appropriate for him to use a lighter tone, since the comedic stuff tends to be his strong suit. I loved PAD's too-short-lived run, but I think it threw a lot of people off that it was so dark when they expect humour from both PAD and Jen. As PAD has said, a lighter tone would not have been appropriate for SHE-HULK in the wake of Civil War and WWHulk, but I think it just messed with a lot of people's expectations--especially coming off of Dan's run which was noted for its comedic tone.
I would have prefered to not break the 4th wall...but, since this is a celebration of Jen's 30 year history, I guess it is appropriate. I laughed at the message from Bob Doom, evil dentist! Talk about an obscure character to dig up! *L*
Anyway, I am very much looking forward to seeing the rest of the issue!
: Because I have seen marvel pretty much lie to
: us and stab everyone back enough over the
: years it's not unlikely. Problem goes back
: to marvel rarely ever tells why a book is
: delayed. Maybe you are right I am giving
: them to much credit. Which maybe twice this
: Okay back on topic really. I loved the
: prview and how mad Jen about RShulk. I was
: like thank you Peter David.
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: The problem with that reasoning is that it
: would imply that Marvel actually care how
: the title does - and really, it's just an
: anniversary issue for a character they
: aren't too bothered about and really, I
: found it pretty damn funny, so I don't see
: why they'd even want to bury it.
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