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She!Hulk Gets Misunderstood

The Savage She-Hulk, #3 (April 1979) Tempestuous!Tuesday, Shulkanauts! shulkiereveal That sound you hear? That’s the sound of my squee when I discovered that, though the status of a few of my comics collections remains on shaky ground, I had NO problems getting into my She!Hulk stash. yaypup Thank heavens, because I was about to seriously cry bitter tears of emo-woe that would make even Emo!Thor jealous. sadrapunzel And we know he generally has the market cornered on emo. thorrain This week we’ve been busy with the Book Tour, and you can follow its progress at our FB Fan Page, if you’d like. If you’ve read our books, fantastic! Let us know what you think in the comments, or leave a review on amazon or whathaveyou. We always love to hear from our fans. And speaking of fans… goodness, it’s been warm here lately! Well, warm for Seattle (mid 80s), but you’d swear the city were melting with the hysteria around the temps. As always, we’re quite happy that we have central AC. hotowl   Beyond that, this week has already been filled with too many dental visits, prepping for the arrival of Dragon’s Mom next month, and just general shenanigannery around ye olde Hus af Snark. I’ve been working on a bunch of audiobook projects and working my little heiney off doing something that, besides this blog, I truly enjoy. I mean really… my voice, reading books to you? What’s not to like? hairflipme But you’re not here to hear me gloat about my awesomeness, are you? ...
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Absolutely GREEN With Awesome

The Savage She-Hulk, #1 (February 1979) The She-Hulk Lives! Temptation!Tuesday, She!Hulkanauts! shehulk So I mentioned last month that I’d start running a new couple of comics in the coming months rotations. A little background: You all know I’m a huge Wonder Woman fan. And if you didn’t, well, you haven’t been paying attention. I forgive you. In any event, Dragon and I were having a conversation about women in the different comic universes, and while strong women have been represented in both, only DC has had a long-running female based comic. While the both of us could name several strong feminine characters in the Marvel universe, we couldn’t come up with even *one* that had their own long-running series. Which led to me scouring the intertoobs with my google-fu, and thusly I discovered Spiderwoman and She-Hulk. Spiderwoman proved really quite tough to get ahold of back issues, but I was able to find She-Hulk’s stories in her brief, but intriguing solo series. ...