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She-Hulk Epic Collection: To Die And Live In L.A.

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The never-before-collected conclusion of She-Hulk's longest-running ongoing series! The sensational She-Hulk meets the savage She-Hulk! But what will Jen Walters make of her old self in a bizarre tale featuring the Gopher? And will Jennifer Walters meet her untimely end at the hands of the Man-Elephant, her arch-foe Titania...or the ruthless Rumbler?! Which fallen heroes will She-Hulk meet in a tour of the afterlife? And can she somehow smash the fourth wall back to the land of the living?! You'd better hope so, because Jen Walters has a court date to meet...with a host of super-villains! Plus- Shulkie battles the Bi-Beast alongside her cousin, the Hulk, and shares adventures with Doc Samson, the Thing - and Nosferata, the Dark Princess! COLLECTING- Sensational She-Hulk (1989) 51-60, Doc Samson (1996) 1-4, Incredible Hulk (1968) 441-442, Thing & She-Hulk- The Long Night (2002) 1, material from Marvel Comics Presents (1988) 123-126, Incredible Hulk (1968) 412

Author Biography:

Dan Slott has built a loyal fan base by combining old-school fun with stories and characterizations friendly to new readers. Following his run on She-Hulk, Slott moved into the upper echelon of Marvel writers, launching Avengers- The Initiative and taking the reins on Mighty Avengers from Brian Michael Bendis. When Marvel gave Spider-Man a fresh start in 2008, Slott was one of several rotating writers on the thrice-monthly Amazing Spider-Man. Slott became the writer most closely identified with the web-slinger's "Brand New Day" era, and the title hit the "Big Time" when he took over as full-time writer for a decade-long run. Slott has also turned his talents to other iconic Marvel heroes - including soaring the spaceways with Silver Surfer; helming Tony Stark- Iron Man toward Iron Man 2020; and masterminding the glorious return of Fantastic Four, leading to his long-awaited "Reckoning War." In 2022, Slott made his way back to the Spider-Verse, teaming with legendary penciler Mark Bagley on Spider-Man. Peter David is one of the industry's most prolific and versatile writers whose record-breaking stint on Incredible Hulk remains a fan-favorite to this day. His similarly long-running - and critically acclaimed - association with X-Factor began in the early 1990s and continued in 2005. His other Marvel work includes Captain Marvel, two lengthy stints on Spider-Man 2099, Ben Reilly- Scarlet Spider and the smash-hit Symbiote Spider-Man limited series with artist Greg Land. David is also a novelist and screenwriter. Among his credits are some forty Star Trek tie-ins; original novels such as Sir Apropos of Nothing, Howling Mad and Knight Life; movies Trancers 4 and Trancers 5; and episodes of Babylon 5 and Crusade. He also co-created the TV show Space Cases with actor-writer Bill Mumy. Writer Todd Dezago began his career on X-Factor. He then penned several Clone Saga-era Spider-books, including a lengthy Spectacular Spider-Man run. Dezago soon moved to Sensational Spider-Man, where he teamed with artist Mike Wieringo. For DC Comics, Dezago co-created Young Justice, wrote the JLA- World Without Grown-Ups miniseries and penned an acclaimed run on Impulse. In 1999, Dezago and Wieringo re-teamed to create the Image Comics fantasy series Tellos, and he co-created the Perhapanauts with artist Craig Rousseau in 2003. Dezago has written several stories for Marvel's all-ages titles, including Marvel Age Spider-Man and Super Hero Squad. Tom Morgan started his comics career at Marvel in the mid-1980s. He contributed inks, pencils and cover art to a variety of series, including several Spider-Man and New Universe titles. Morgan next illustrated short runs on Captain America, Power Pack and Alpha Flight, along with the miniseries The War and two Excalibur special editions. During the early 1990s, Morgan landed his first long-term assignment as penciler of Punisher 2099. He went on to illustrate several Iron Man issues, an Extreme Justice arc for DC Comics and Topps Comics' licensed miniseries Xena- Warrior Princess vs. Callisto. In 2008, Morgan illustrated IDW's comic biography Presidential Material- Barack Obama. Best known for long runs on Spider-Girl and Untold Tales of Spider-Man, artist Pat Olliffe has also illustrated such Marvel series as Nomad, Sensational She-Hulk, Thor, Thor Corps, Unlimited Access, Warlock and the Infinity Watch, Last Hero Standing and Last Planet Standing. Ken Lashley's pencils have graced the pages of such notable books as Black Panther and Excalibur. In addition, his Draxhall Jump Entertainment, an illustration concept and design studio, has worked with Mattel, Hasbro and Lucasfilm. Lashley's other Marvel credits include the Secret Wars limited series Marvel Zombies and a collaboratio
Release date Australia
July 23rd, 2024
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Illustrations
480 Illustrations, unspecified
Pages
480
ISBN-13
9781302956691
Product ID
38249574

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