I'd like to know what the deal is with the new She-Hulks series. This was the ongoing series I was most looking forward to and now it has apparently been downgraded to a 4 issue mini-series before the first issue has even come out. Is this true ? If so, why ? How does they come to this determination before the book even gets into the public's hands ? What if it comes out and it gets rave reviews and generates good buzz ? Why not let it have that chance ? There was just such a nice write up about it in USA Today which of course, lauded it as an ongoing series and now all of a sudden it's changed to only 4 issues ? If this is true, it's a huge disappointment for me. And also, if it's true---is there any chance Marvel will still consider re-launching it as an ongoing if the mini does well ? I was so proud of Marvel for giving She-Hulk another chance so soon (previously we've had to wait 7 and 10 years between ongoing series) and now I am just so disappointed that this chance has been taken away from the character.
: From Diamond;
: MARVEL COMICS
: • She-Hulks (#1: SEP100623, $3.99; #2:
: OCT100609, $2.99; #3: NOV100592, $2.99) is
: now a four-issue limited series.
: This sucks, though I suppose we should be
: grateful that we are getting a comic at all.
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