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The She-Hulk Diaries Review

Author: Marta Acosta

Release: 2013

Genre: Superhero/Fiction

Pages: 328

I could not put this book down! Found on a fluke, I’ve never been so happy to give a book I haven’t heard about a chance.

In all honesty, I didn’t even know that there was a She-Hulk comic book character. Jennifer Walters is a lawyer by day who is often frustrated with the She-Hulk persona who takes over her consciousness in times when The Avengers, or New York City, need her.

The constant power struggle of humanity versus (super)heroism is a central theme in this book, with the two polar opposites existing as one yet finding it necessary to reach a agreement with one another. I know that sounds like a confusing sentence, but think of She-Hulk like a modern day Jekyll and Hyde and it will be easier to understand.

The characters jump off the pages, especially if you’re even the slightest bit familiar with the Marvel universe as Iron Man/Tony Stark makes a few appearances throughout.

This book has even motivated me to go out and buy some of the actual Sensational She-Hulk Comic Books, which are proving to be just as entertaining.

Rating: 5/5 comic books

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