For some reason every time I see the cover to this issue I think it’s Nimrod. That’s not really relevant to this review, but just a little oddity I thought I should mention.
Anyway, Jen’s on a rampage because she’s been brainwashed by the Russians, and for some reason she’s decided to take Gorilla-Man along for the ride. Of course, he’s not completely unrelated to her current situation as he was the one who betrayed her and the Avengers to the Russians, allowing them to capture her in the first place.
Along the way we get a lot of musings from Gorilla-Man on the curse of immortality, and one can’t help but wonder if that’s relevant considering that it’s basically been established that Hulks are immortal. What would happen if she did kill him? Would she become even more immortal? Would she turn into a Gorilla-Hulk?
Anyway, this is a non-stop, action packed issue, as you’d expect from something titled “World War She-Hulk.” We’re leading to a show down between She-Hulk ad Namor, which should be entertaining…
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