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Tuesday, October 2, 2012
She-Hulk 2: Hawkeye Comes Back From The Dead
This issue completes the teamup with the then-deceased Hawkeye (brought back through some time travel tomfoolery), and it's another good one. Here are some random thoughts on this issue:
*It's ironic that though comics are arguably better than ever these days, arguably less people read them than ever before. Take She-Hulk's comics as an example. Dan Slott's She-Hulk comics are probably the best the character has ever had, but they sold much less than her previous series in the 1980s and 1990s, which weren't as good. This decade, the poor green dear doesn't even have a series.
*The story wraps up to a satisfying conclusion, but Slott also manages to work in a cliffhanger. He seems to be making his story threads connecting the individual issues more explicit this time around.
*The comic also features a fun backup story starring Franklin Richards, son of Mister Fantastic and The Invisible Woman. It's written by Marc Sumerak, who's going to be at the Akron Comicon, which looks like a fun event.
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