Sigh. Only two more issues left.
She-Hulk #10 is a shining example of why Charles Soule and Javier Pulido’s take on Jennifer Walters has been so great. This is a series that is full of heart. Every single character to grace the pages of She-Hulk is given depth, and you can feel the love the creative team has for this cast in every page.
Issue #10 wraps up the Captain America arc, which pit Jennifer and Matt Murdoch against one another in a court case where Cap was accused of causing the death of a young man back in 1940.
The way this story comes together is fantastic. Not only do we get Cap testifying as to what really happened the night of the victim’s death, but we get to see more of Jen and Matt at their best in the courtroom. Charles Soule really handles Cap and Daredevil well, and he seems to have a lot of fun doing it. Javier Pulido’s at is amazing as usual, but it’s colorist Muntsa Vicente who really stands out in this issue, as the way she depicts the past and the present through color changes is superb.
As this She-Hulk series comes to an end, Soule and Javier Pulido are still giving us more reasons to love their take on Jennifer Walters. We may only get getting twelve issues, but they’re twelve issues we’ll be revisiting for years to come.