englentine's She-Hulk #33 - Fathers and Daughters review

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She Hulk VS. Super Skrull

 In this issue we find out that Jazinda is actually the Super Skrulls daughter.  Boy, is he pissed off at his kid. Most of this book is spent in a "daddy you never understood or appreciated me" debate. By debate I mean a lot of green people beating the snot out of one another. Thankfully though, Peter David has always been a writer who was fully capable of juggling action and story. In this issue, there is plenty of both. She Hulk is really out gunned going up against the Super Skrull, and we get the feeling that even she knows it.  Considering the Oracle Skrull and the Super Skrull appeared here. The book should have been more important to the storyline. As it stands, it is just a plain good read.

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