She-Hulk, Volume 3: Jen Walters Must Die

She-Hulk, Volume 3: Jen Walters Must Die

The Leader is back! And the heavy-headed villain has decreed it: Jen Walters must die! On a single-minded mission of destruction, the Leader is using all his gamma-enhanced super-intelligence to strike at her - but is his goal more than simply Jen's death? What does he truly want? And how do you hurt an almost indestructible She-Hulk? By turning Jen against herself! Can th The Leader is back! And the heavy-headed villain has decreed it: Jen Walters must die! On a single-minded mission of dest...

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Title:She-Hulk, Volume 3: Jen Walters Must Die
Author:Mariko Tamaki
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:She-Hulk, Volume 3: Jen Walters Must Die
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

She-Hulk, Volume 3: Jen Walters Must Die Reviews

  • Renata
    Dec 17, 2018
    I loved the Patsy content here and the burgercakes, and I'm glad to see Jen making progress with her PTSD! The main plot was a little bit whatever to me, but that's fine. ...
  • Stephanie
    Dec 11, 2018
    While not as strong as the first volume in this arc, it was a good one. It was good to see Jen tackle her ptsd and it was a nice reminder that therapy is good. ;) The art worked for me a lot better in this volume. this book wrapped up Jen's issues really well, and the issue at the end ...
  • David Schaafsma
    May 17, 2018
    She-Hulk: Jen Walters Must Die, the third volume of Mariko Tamaki?s She-Hulk run, represents the end of her contribution to the series. This one features a challenge by The Leader--the most interesting and memorably drawn and colored character in this volume?who creates a way to fi...
  • Mitchell
    Jul 14, 2019
    Uneven. At least the art and the writing and the story gets better throughout the book. The art starts out bad though. And the Leader story is kind of annoying. And I lost track of when Jen lost her own firm, but this is Marvel, maybe she never did and they just randomly changed the st...
  • dogunderwater
    Nov 19, 2018
    This didn't quite stick the landing -- it probably takes more than one drugged up therapy session to fix your Thanos PTSD, so I hope she sticks with group therapy. That said, it did wrap up a whole arc of storytelling and ended with a Jen Walters ready for another writer to take and bu...
  • Ma'Belle
    Jun 27, 2019
    As I just mentioned in my previous reviews for this series (which I've been reading relatively quickly and all within a few days), Jen Walters has dropped the "She-" from her Hulk persona in the wake of Bruce Banner's death, and has been attending peer counseling support groups for the...
  • Mike
    Jan 21, 2019
    One thing I hadn?t really noticed until reading this collection is how much of a normal friend, and a level-headed person, Hellcat is. She?s supportive, she generally has fun around Jen, she?s non-judgemental when Jen?s navigating her emotional blocks, and she rocks a yellow sp...
  • Julie Ehlers
    Jul 20, 2018
    Maybe it's because I'm not really versed in the whole Hulk back story, but I feel like there have been diminishing returns with this She-Hulk series. I just wasn't very invested in this volume, and some of it felt a little goofy to me. Apparently this is the last volume of the series, ...
  • Gill
    Jul 01, 2019
    This run was so good. I wish it hadn't ended. ...
  • Joshua
    Jan 16, 2019
    Nice resolution for a lot of what was being developed. I was sorry to see gray hulk go because the character showed a lot of depth and room for exploring grief, especially because it seemed a little too easy with just one psychedelic hypnotherapy session. I did really enjoy Jen stickin...
  • Mohamed
    Jul 20, 2018
    I wasn't truly into the whole conflict with the Leader in this volume, though the last two issues redeem the storyline. ...
  • Avi Grundner
    Mar 18, 2018
    Some really beautiful writing, and a lovely conclusion to Jen's character arc through the latest Marvel universe transitions. Another one I'm super sad to see go- but I can't wait to see what Mariko Tamaki does next. ...
  • Daniel Butcher
    Jun 14, 2018
    Interesting look into Jenn's mind and how she manages her trauma and loss. It does provide an ending and closes down this run, which has been very focused on her mind, so the next writer can take up her new adventures. ...
  • Scott Lee
    Dec 10, 2018
    Tamaki and co. continue to produce a great comic book that is primarily character driven, with relatively "small" stories. The first arc, ostensibly about the Leader and more overtly "superheroey" stuff, plants all the seeds for the rest of the issues in the volume, whose linking threa...
  • B. P. Rinehart
    May 14, 2018
    I seem to be one of the few people fascinated with superhero stories where the action part is secondary. This may tie into my perfering realism to fantasy, but who knows. This story arch by Mariko Tamaki was a very interesting one. Comic-book Superheroes with PTSD is not a new thing, b...
  • Dakota Morgan
    Sep 18, 2018
    She-Hulk is lured into a battle against the Leader, who still has that giant dumb head. Actually, she has to fight some girl who the Leader duped into being another monstrous super-human. This volume fits with the solid first volume a bit better in that Jen Walters must actually confro...
  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    May 03, 2018
    Jen Walters Must Die, sadly, brings the conclusion to the latest run for the She-Hulk. It?s a shame, really, since this series has been so wonderful. It?s explored a lot of difficult to talk about and emotional subjects, as well as covering issues like loss and trauma. But don?...
  • Claire
    Aug 17, 2018
    YAY JEN FOR FINALLY GETTING HELP. IT'S A HARD STEP TO MAKE BUT YOU DESERVE A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE THAN HOW YOUVE BEEN LIVING SINCE CW2 I'm so happy she got help guys I'm so glad we're seeing a superhero struggle with mental illnesses and get HELP for it. We should see this more i...
  • Garrett
    Sep 13, 2018
    A solid end to this arc, but also somewhat slow in its analysis. The Marvel U, what it means to have powers, and the nature of humanity are all passingly examined, here, but the biggest questions about Jennifer's walk back toward healing are drawn out and literally taken through therap...
  • Kira Nerys
    May 08, 2019
    Really enjoying this series! I hadn't read Jen Walters before, but I'm filled with admiration for her, and I'm rooting for her as she struggles with her Hulk identity, grief at Bruce Banner's death (no spoiler by this 3rd volume), and the prejudice at her job. I love her friendship wit...
  • Enrique del Castillo
    Jul 26, 2019
    It's such a shame that both recent She-Hulk runs were so short live. Unlike Soule's run that focused more on the legal and superheroic themes, Tamaki's focus is on Jen's inner conflict; this final volume does feel like an abrupt ending instead of a more natural one, but overall it give...
  • Christy
    Mar 17, 2018
    With everything happening in the world, I want to hand this to every teen and say, you got this. We need you in this fight. ...
  • Adam Fisher
    Oct 01, 2018
    3.5 Stars. When Professor Robyn Malt invites Jen Walters to lunch for an interview, all seems well-natured, if not slightly annoying. But when trouble with a purse thief happens, and Jen wakes up in a lab run by Professor Malt, you know this day isn't going to turn out well... Malt i...
  • Rod Brown
    Oct 03, 2018
    The series gets canceled and this volume sort of halfheartedly wraps things up in time to go out with a whimper. First Jen is kidnapped by a super fan under the control of the Leader. Then she spends a single issue in therapy under the influence of an unnamed drug and hypnosis so the t...
  • Chad
    May 22, 2019
    Wherein the series is canceled and limps halfheartedly to the finish. Marvel clearly gave up on the book by this point. They gave the issues to someone better off suited drawing independent comics than the big 2 in Jahnoy Lindsay. The art is just as flat and uninspired as the writing. ...
  • Ana
    Jul 23, 2018
    Why is this ending?! This was so good! ...
  • ellis
    May 03, 2018
    i don't know if i loved the way grey hulk was resolved - if all jen needed was to talk to bruce, well, she does that in her head all the time, why was this time different? still - the art's excellent (hoo those watercolor segments), the writing is otherwise solid, and i love this port...
  • Paul E. Morph
    Sep 11, 2018
    I sometimes think I could measure my comics reading career in cancelled She-Hulk books. Sigh... ...
  • DOUGLAS J BERRY
    Nov 23, 2018
    Oh, how I hate to see the end of a she hulk series. The writer does a great job of the single , green female lawyer thing. The colorist goes thru a thousand green magic markers( just an old school joke) . And then, we all ride off , and she hulk and Jen don't die, they just take a c...
  • Chelsea 🏳️‍🌈
    Jul 21, 2018
    This wasn't as great as the other two volumes, in my opinion. The plot didn't really interest me at all. I didn't quite get the way Grey Hulk was dealt with. While I enjoyed Jen's mental interactions with people from her past, nothing here really intrigued me. There wasn't a lot of int...