To be fair, this is more of a three and a half star book than a three star book.
Look, it’s not bad, at all, it’s well paced and I like the Winter Guard. I like She-Hulk too. The art’s good, the writing’s solid…it just lacked…something?
Maybe it’s just that this is the first part of the new World War She-Hulk arc. We open with She-Hulk captured and in chains, and then we flash back to how she got there, and then we end up essentially where we started. Which was a little unsatisfying.
But I’m sure, as with Aaron’s run in general, that an issue of set up will be followed by a cracking issue. I guess we’ll find out next month…