Anyone else ever been in a court room, representing a ghost or maybe Spider-Man, and just dying to change into She-Hulk?
But you can’t because your boss really wants you to stay regular old Jennifer Walters? But then he screws up by letting a bunch of miniaturized super-villains escape from a high-tech prison? Yeah, me neither.
Join us as we read She-Hulk 1-6 from 2004!
Next Time: Marvel Weddings (Fantastic Four Annual #3, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21, X-Men #30)
Aunt May. It’s really a miracle that she lived as long as she did. The woman was in her 70’s for about 30 years, always on the verge of death from some disease or another.
In 1995, writer J. M. DeMatteis agreed and finally killed her off in Amazing Spider-Man #400.
There were also a bunch of Spider-Clones running around. Don’t worry, we’ll talk about that. Of course we'll talk about that.
Next Time: She-Hulk (2004) #1-6 by Dan Slott
Does it count as a spoiler if it’s in the title? Jim Starlin don’t care, he does what he wants.
He and Marvel changed up their regular comic book format with The Death of Captain Marvel in 1982, the beginning of a line of original graphic novels intended to be richer stories for a more mature audience and published like traditional books.
But what kills him?!?!?! Sorry, no spoilers.
Next Time: Amazing Spider-Man #400: The Death of Aunt May