Each cartoon appearance for She-Hulk has followed the characters mind-set or style at the time, or at least the main points of Jen at the time.
The 80's Hulk Cartoon went Savage style because that was what she was in the comics at the time. This cartoon came out in the aftermath of Byrne style so like what she was and played up the humor. The recent FF toon appearance opted for the modern lawyer She-Hulk because that was the comics were
: It was a great She-Hulk episode with one of
: the best transformation scene out there. I
: know it was a cartoon, but it would have
: been nice if it took more time to show Jen
: trying to cope with her gamma charged alter
: ego. She seemed to embrace it too quickly in
: the show.
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