After discovering her employer only hired her as a publicity stunt, Jennifer Walters (a.k.a. She-Hulk) leaves to open her own practice. Unfortunately, her green skin kind of makes it impossible to hide that she’s a superhero and because of this, she begins racking up enemies quicker than a hiccup.
As with most collections, this volume deals with a few different stories. First up, we have She-Hulk taking a case for the immigration of Kristoff Vernard, the now estranged son of notorious bad guy and nefarious dictator Dr. Doom. Following that, She-Hulk teams up with Hell-Cat in an attempt to track down and discover the contents of a mysterious file that potentially holds damaging information to the Marvel universe.
The first story was the better of the two as it led to some pretty hilarious moments including a showdown with a giant mechanical Doom-Bot. The second was unfortunately saddled with some pretty atrocious artwork from Ron Wimberly that sort of killed the momentum of the book. It’s a real pity because I felt the story itself was decent. I mean, the writer of the series is an actual lawyer! You can’t get any more qualified than that.
Despite being a comic about immigration law, it was pretty fun! Looking forward to book two.