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Jennifer Walters, often known as She-Hulk, is a fictional superhero that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She debuted in The Savage She-Hulk #1, created by writer Stan Lee and artist John Buscema (cover-dated February 1980). Walters is a lawyer who got an emergency blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce Banner, after suffering an accident and developing a lesser variant of the Hulk’s illness.

As a result, Walters transforms into a big, powerful, green-hued version of herself; but, unlike Banner, she keeps much of her personality, particularly her intelligence and emotional control, while, like Hulk, she is still prone to anger outbursts and grows considerably stronger when furious. Her metamorphosis is permanent in subsequent seasons, and she frequently breaches the fourth wall for comedic effect and recurring jokes.

She’s been a part of the Avengers, Fantastic Four, Heroes for Hire, Defenders, Fantastic Force, and S.H.I.E.L.D., among others. She regularly uses her legal and personal expertise to counsel various superheroes and other metahumans as a highly competent lawyer who became a superhero by accident.

Walters, played by actress Tatiana Maslany in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Disney+ series She-Hulk (2022), will make her live-action premiere.

Stan Lee created She-Hulk, writing just the first issue, and it was the last character he developed for Marvel Comics until Ravage 2099 in 1992, when he returned to comics with Ravage 2099. The popularity of The Incredible Hulk (1977–1982) and The Bionic Woman television series were the catalysts for the character’s development.


Marvel was concerned that, like producer Kenneth Johnson had done with The Six Million Dollar Man, the show’s management would unexpectedly introduce a female version of the Hulk. As a result, Marvel decided to create their version of such a character to ensure that if a comparable character appeared in a television series, Marvel would retain ownership of the rights.

David Anthony Kraft wrote all save the first issue of The Savage She-Hulk, which was penciled by Mike Vosburg and inked by Frank Springer. “The weirdest thing about that book was that Frank drew extremely beautiful ladies, and I drew really beautiful women, yet the She-Hulk was never excessively gorgeous,” Vosburg later noted. The Savage She-Hulk series ran until 1982, when it came to a close with issue #25. (March 1982).

She-Hulk then made cameo appearances in the novels of other characters. Except for her repeated bad luck with vehicles, she had no distinct plot arc in her early guest-starring roles. She-Hulk also featured in the Marvel Super Hero Contest of Champions (June to August 1982), a limited series in which a number of superheroes are abducted from Earth and forced to battle in space.

In Avengers #221, She-Hulk joins the Avengers as a member (July 1982). Her early appearances in the Avengers just added to the ongoing joke about her automobile problems. She-Hulk also made cameo appearances in The Incredible Hulk on occasion. John Byrne, who would subsequently become closely linked with the character, drew her first appearance in Avengers #233 (July 1983).

She-Hulk joins the Fantastic Four at the end of the first Secret Wars saga (Fantastic Four #265 (April 1984)). She-Hulk made appearances in Marvel Graphic Novel No. 16: The Aladdin Effect, Marvel Graphic Novel No. 17: Revenge of the Living Monolith, and Marvel Graphic Novel No. 18: The Sensational She-Hulk during her time with the Fantastic Four. In 1985, all three graphic books were published. The last issue, No. 18, was written and illustrated by John Byrne, who was then the writer/artist for the Fantastic Four.

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