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Origin

Savage She-Hulk

Jennifer Walters is the daughter of Sheriff Morris Walters. Jennifer is also the cousin of Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Incredible Hulk. Though she was five years younger than Bruce, Jennifer developed a close sister-and-brother relationship with her cousin while they were growing up together. After they reached adulthood, they eventually went their separate ways as they both pursued different careers. Jennifer studied for a career in law and eventually became a lawyer.

She attended UCLA School of Law where she became one of the top legal scholars and earned her Junior Doctor Degree there. She would eventually earn her Masters degree at Harvard Law School. One day, Bruce decided to visit Jennifer and re-establish their once close relationship. Unfortunately on that very same day, Jennifer was shot and seriously wounded by men working for Nicholas Trask, a crime boss who had once been an enemy of her father and also the enemy of one of Jennifer’s clients. To save Jennifer's life, Bruce gave his cousin a blood transfusion of his own blood since there were no other donors of her type available. Bruce's gamma-radiated blood caused Jennifer to transform into the savage She-Hulk. Jennifer first transformed into the She-Hulk when Trask’s men came to finish off Jennifer by posing as doctors. However, Jennifer quickly recognized them, and in fear for her life, transformed into the She-Hulk, easily dispatching the would-be killers.

Creation

Though Stan Lee is credited as the creator of She-Hulk, the character was not originally his idea. The initial reason for She-Hulk's creation was to gain exclusive rights to a female Hulk character. The idea was born during the 1970's run of the live-action "Incredible Hulk" television series. The show enjoyed such success that CBS considered making a female Hulk spin-off series. If CBS had gone through with it, they would have owned the rights to She-Hulk. But Marvel got wind of their idea and acted quickly, getting Stan Lee to write the first issue of a She-Hulk comic book series, with artist John Buscema doing the pencils.

Character Evolution

She-Hulk has played many roles in her comics career. Her early portrayal in her solo series made her similar to her cousin Bruce, with her transformations brought on by anger, but when Morbius cured her of a blood disease, she gained full control over her abilities. Her solo series ran from 1980 until 1982, after which she joined the Avengers in Avengers #221. Following the events of the Secret Wars mini-series in 1984, Jennifer then joined the Fantastic Four, replacing Thing until he later returned to the team.

She-Hulk's solo series - beginning in 1989 - introduced a new aspect of her persona, that is her awareness that she is a comic-book character and her ability to break the fourth-wall. After this series concluded in the mid-90s, She-Hulk continued to be a reliable member of the Avengers, and appeared in two further solo series in 2004 and 2005. After the huge events of World War Hulk and Fall of the Hulks, Jennifer is a key player in the life of her cousin and is beginning to establish a new life for herself alongside all the many new members of the Hulk family. Most recently, when the Fantastic Four left Earth to find a cure for a degenerative condition that was threatening to kill them, Jen joined a new team, the FF, to stay behind on Earth and take their place. The new team is composed of Medusa, Scott Lang, Ms. Thing (Darla Deering) and herself.

Major Story Arcs

The Start of her Superhero Career

She-Hulk in her original costume

At first, Jennifer was unable to control the She-Hulk, just as her cousin Bruce could not control the Hulk. At one point, Jennifer had a mental block placed on herself to keep from changing into She-Hulk. However, she eventually was able to maintain her intelligence in She-Hulk form. She also began to come to terms with her dual persona, since she loved the confidence she had in her She-Hulk form. She even reached a point where she loved being the She-Hulk more then regular Jennifer Walters. Jennifer eventually comes to terms with both forms, feeling that she can offer society more between the two of them.

Avengers and the Fantastic Four

After fighting solo for a while, Jen joined the Avengers upon the request of her friend the Wasp, who was the founding female member of the team. This was during the same time that the archer Hawkeye rejoined the Avengers. She-Hulk and Hawkeye had clashing personalities and were always at each others throats, but during a battle with the Masters of Evil, she was unwillingly turned back into Jennifer Walters by the Radiation Man. Feeling helpless, she became depressed, but thanks to Hawkeye cleverly taunting her, she was able to become the She-Hulk once more. She continued to work with the Avengers up until the Secret Wars, when she became a temporary member of the Fantastic Four, replacing The Thing until he returned.

While on a mission with the Fantastic Four, She-Hulk attempted to prevent a deadly radiation leak on board a SHIELD Helicarrier. She successfully stopped the radiation, but afterwards it appeared that she could not transform back to her normal body. However, Jennifer happily accepted this as she loved to be in her She-Hulk form more then her normal human body. Eventually, it would be revealed that the reason she could not change back to her normal body was because she was psychologically blocking that ability. Jennifer would eventually be able to transform back into her human body.

Returning to the Avengers

After the Thing returned to the Fantastic Four, Jennifer voluntarily left the team and re-joined the Avengers. She also got a new job on District Attorney Blake Tower’s staff. Jennifer would eventually learn that one of the workers there was a former Golden Age super heroine named Blonde Phantom. Blonde Phantom was the reason that Jennifer gained a job on the District Attorney’s staff. After a while she left the Avengers, returning only occasionally when they truly needed her. When the Scarlet Witch went insane and killed many of the Avengers, she used her powers to cause She-Hulk to go completely berserk. She-Hulk went on a rampage similar to the Hulk and was unstoppable. She even ripped Vision in half while she was out of control.

The Civil War and Super-Human Registration Act

She-Hulk and the Avengers

Jennifer registered under the Super-Human Registration Act (SHRA) and was pro-registration. However, Jennifer still gave legal advice to any side that needed it. Jennifer worked as a lawyer for a Superhuman Law firm and married John Jameson, son of Daily Bugle Publisher, J. Jonah Jameson. In order to gain Jonah’s blessing, Jennifer came up with a plan that would help Jonah sue Peter Parker for fraud. However, she revealed that her true purpose was to keep Jonah on a wild goose chase, since she had no intentions of actually suing Spider-Man. Jennifer was also the defense lawyer for Robbie Baldwin (Speedball), whose carelessness led to the reason for the Superhuman Registration Act going into action.

Eventually Jennifer discovered that her feelings toward John had been manipulated by Starfox, the Titan. She then separated from John. One of the ramifications of the SHRA is that She-Hulk has now been drafted as a SHIELD agent, and works on a squad dedicated to Hulk-Level threats. However, Iron Man and SHIELD have been sending Jennifer and her team in a wild goose chase, telling them to "go after the Hulk" when they actually aren't. After sleeping with Iron Man, the SHIELD Helicarrier went crazy and all the technology began attacking everyone.

She-Hulk had to go up against a bunch of Nick Fury Life Model Decoys (LMDs) that went insane. After everything calmed down, Jennifer was holding a severed head of the Fury LMD when it mentioned Bruce Banner. A curious She-Hulk decided to go to her old Superhuman Law Firm to see if anyone could decrypt the message. With Mr. Zix and some unknown outside help, Jennifer was able to discover that Tony Stark and the Illuminati shot her cousin Bruce out into space. An angered She-Hulk returned to the Helicarrier and engaged Iron Man in battle. She-Hulk seemed to have the upper hand until Iron Man used an adamantium needle to inject nanotech, causing her to lose her ability to change into She-Hulk.

Lean, Mean, and Evergreen!

Now, a powerless Jennifer could only continue her old life as a lawyer. Ben Grimm let her stay at his apartment for the night, and in the morning, Jen was still uncomfortable waking up in her human form. Jennifer went to work at the Law Offices of Goodman to discover that Mallory is going to defend the Leader in his upcoming case. Mallory then slaps Jennifer with a subpoena, forcing her to testify about her radiation experience. On the day of the trial, Mallory calls up Jennifer to recall her emotions while she was in her She-Hulk form. This proves embarrassing for her when she realizes how many men she has slept with, even including Juggernaut. Mallory continues with tough questions, determined to prove that the radiation forces people to do something they usually would not. Jennifer has begun realizing that she loved being in her She-Hulk form more then her human form. Eventually she would come to terms and be comfortable with her human form again.

The next day, John came back to Jennifer pleading not to annul their marriage. However, Jennifer wants to since their marriage meant nothing. Mr. Zix comes in and asks everyone to join him in the office. Zix reveals his true form as a robot and tells them that he only has a couple hours to complete his task. He needed to ask some questions to Jennifer about what she tried to do by trying to warn Hawkeye about his death. However, Jennifer finally learns that her plan worked, and Hawkeye is still alive.

Apparently, there was another Earth out there that is similar to real life, where comic characters live as regular everyday citizens and there were no superheroes at all. That Earth called themselves Earth A, (Earth A or Earth-712 was first seen in Fantastic Four #118) and they had discovered a way to interlope to other dimensions. The Jennifer Walters of Earth A decided to go on a vacation to Earth B (Earth-616, the main Marvel Universe), since Earth A decided to allow their civilians to use it as a vacation destination. Jennifer of Earth A gets transported to Earth B and is then able to turn into the She-Hulk. She begins battling and defeats the Rhino, however she eventually gets arrested for interloping dimensions, and is sent to a holding cell with other interlopers.

Jennifer of Earth B (who is still powerless because of Tony Stark injecting nanites in her) comes and reveals that she is going to be her lawyer. Trouble came up right away, and Jennifer allows She-Hulk of Earth A to go and fight. Afterwards, Jennifer decides to use She-Hulk to help gather up other interlopers. When they brought an interloping Doctor Strange, Jennifer gets into an argument with Mr. Fantastic about the nanites, and how it is permanent and cannot be undone. Afterwards, Jennifer and She-Hulk of Earth A went out for the night to drink and talk. Eventually Jennifer of Earth B decides that She-Hulk should stay in Earth B and have Jennifer go live in Earth A since she no longer has any powers. It is decided and agreed, and even Reed Richards gives Jennifer his blessings. Jennifer goes through the transporter to head for Earth A, however, Reed realizes that he could reverse her direction which will cause her atoms to match the one with Jennifer from Earth A. Jen, now with her recovered powers, decides to stay in her own Earth, and the Jennifer from Earth A realized that she missed her old home, and decides to return.

World War Hulk

Hulk returns to Earth and he is very angry. Hulk defeats Black Bolt and demands Iron Man, Dr. Strange, Mr. Fantastic, and Professor X to come face him. He arrives in Manhattan and battles Iron Man, defeating him easily even when he is wearing his Hulk Buster armor. The Avengers arrive and prepare to battle, and as Hercules charges at the Hulk, Jennifer stops him and tells them that she will try to talk to her cousin first. Jennifer tries to calm down the Hulk, but he stands his ground, forcing them to beat him if they want to stop him. Jen gets a couple of good shots in on the Hulk, but he overpowers her and slams her head first into the ground.

A New Job

Jennifer, who now has her powers again, but no longer works for The Initiative, began a new career. Now working for the Freeman Bonding Inc. her job was to capture anyone who skipped out on their court date: pretty much a bounty hunter. In this new job, Jennifer works with a new partner. The two of them track their target to Minnesota and eventually Jennifer gets impatient waiting for their target to come out, and alerts her partner that she is going in. The two made a 20 dollar bet that Jennifer "couldn't do it without turning green." She goes inside and captures their target easily. However, a cat startles her and Absorbing Man (who was their target's cousin) grabs her neck and snaps it in half. Absorbing Man then heads for the RV that they were traveling in, to encounter She-Hulk jumping out. The two battle each other across town. She-Hulk is then ambushed by a tiny Titania, who was shrunken by Hank Pym's particles. Titania invades She-Hulk's ears and begins causing havoc in there. Meanwhile, the Jennifer that got her neck snapped gets up while her neck was still out of joint. She captures their target and heads for She-Hulk. Eventually She-Hulk is able to defeat Absorbing Man and complete their mission. Later that night, as "Jen" is driving, She-Hulk comes up to the front to ride with her. It turns out that "Jen" was really a Skrull named Jazinda who was pretending to be Jen.

Lady Liberators

Lady Liberators

She-Hulk joined with super-heroines Thundra, Invisible Woman and Valkyrie to form the Lady Liberators. They later recruited other super-heroines like Black Widow, Tigra, Invisible Woman, Spider-Woman, Storm, and Hellcat into their ranks. Their first mission was to travel to Marinmer to give earthquake aid, where they were confronted by the Winter Guard. After an initial misunderstanding and a brief battle, the two teams worked together to help the devastated people. The Lady Liberators then sought out and battled the Red Hulk, though with mixed results.

After a confrontation with Lyra and the Sentry, Jennifer decided to find out the Red Hulk's identity. This led to a confrontation with Doc Samson in which She-Hulk was captured. She was being held prisoner by the Intelligencia but was released Lyra. She and Lyra fight Red She-Hulk who throws them off the Helicarrier. When they reach the ground, they decide to help save the White House from the "Hulked-out" Aimarines.

She-Hulks

Lyra and Jen: She-Hulks

After the events of Fall of the Hulks and World War Hulks, Jennifer is set to work with Lyra to capture the remaining members of the Intelligencia by Bruce. The two live in a ritzy apartment in the upper east side of Manhattan paid for by Bruce and Steve Rogers while Lyra is sent to high school to learn how to live in normal society. Their first target is the Trapster.

After Lyra's first day in her cover at high school, Jennifer and Lyra next go after the Wizard, who had purchased a large yacht and filled it with women in bathing suits. During the fight, Wizard's yacht crashes, allowing them to capture him. Wizard is then brought to a prison within Banner's Death Valley Gamma Base, where the Hulk convinces him to reveal the location of their next target: the Red Ghost. During the fight with the Red Ghost and his apes, Jennifer is knocked away, leaving Lyra to battle them alone. Amelia (a girl from Lyra's school who discovered her secret) is then found on the carrier by one of the apes named Petro, but Jennifer returns and saves her.

Their next target is Klaw. After receiving a message from Bruce, Lyra and Jennifer arrive in Switzerland and break into the base where Mad Thinker is helping Klaw get rid of his powers by transferring them into a creation called Byte. However, the process is stopped when Lyra starts destroying machines before she knows what they are. With Klaw's energy having nowhere else to go, an explosion destroys Mad Thinker's base. Outside the destroyed base, Klaw wakes up and attacks the Hulks, who soon overcome and defeat the sound powered duo.

Later on Lyra is at her high school dance in her human form when her boyfriend asks her to dance. Unfortunately the Wizard has broken out of his prison and goes to Lyra's dance to kill her. However, on seeing a blast coming from the Wizard, Jake steps in front of it to protect the human Lyra. Seeing her date harmed, Lyra begins to fight the Wizard, however the fight isn't going so well for her and she is almost killed by Bentley when Jennifer shows up. After the Wizard is defeated everyone at the dance blames Lyra, Amelia even lies saying she hadn't known Lyra was a Hulk. Lyra and Jennifer than leave the dance with Lyra saddened because she had hurt her friends.

Current Events

Currently Jennifer is serving as one of the replacement members of the Future Foundation or the Fantastic Four in the 4 minute absence of Reed, Sue, Johnny and Ben as they travelled 'beyond time and space'. Having been persuaded to fill in for Thing, something the four resident Moloids have also taken to, replacing "The Ben" with "The Jen."

Powers

She-Hulk is able to lift more than 100 tons

In human form, Jennifer Walters has the normal strength and durability of a physically fit woman in very good health. She also possesses an above average (but not superhuman) level of intelligence, and is trained in hand-to-hand combat as well possessing some martial arts training.

As She-Hulk her powers are similar to those of her powerful cousin, the Hulk. She has great superhuman strength, endurance, and healing abilities. Unlike the Hulk, she usually retains her intelligence and an ability to transform between Jennifer Walters and She-Hulk. Rather than being triggered by anger, she can change at will. This ability has been lost at certain points, leaving her either only as Jennifer Walters or only as She-Hulk for extended periods of time.

When transforming in and out of She-Hulk form, Jennifer gains and loses mass in the form of body size as well as additional muscle mass. When changing into She-Hulk, her body and hair also take on a distinctly greenish hue. Although the She-Hulk's strength originally remained at a set level and did not increase, later in her history her strength increases as her anger grows, similar to her cousin the Hulk. If she increases her strength level as Jennifer Walters, her strength level as She-Hulk will be vastly greater than it would be otherwise. She has used this to her advantage in the past, using weight training as Jennifer Walters to make her much more powerful than normal as She-Hulk. A side effect of utilizing this facet of her power is that in She-Hulk form her muscle mass increases, making her much larger.

As She-Hulk she is able to easily lift more than 100 tons. She is impervious to most forms of physical attack and possesses a considerable healing factor.

She has also gained the ability to perform the Ovoid mind switch, but as a byproduct of being She-Hulk, when she performs it she switches the physical characteristics and powers of the person in question instead of their mind. She-Hulk was able to punch Doc Samson to another state and defeat the Champion with the power-gem. Also, she was able to lift the Thing's greatest working out mass with one hand and realize that she could beat Hercules easily in arm wrestling.

Skills

The hottest lawyer ever!

Even aside from her superhuman powers, Jennifer is very skilled at hand-to-hand combat, being personally trained by Captain America. She has displayed martial arts skills in her human form as well. Jennifer often uses her sex appeal to aid her in fights against male opponents. Jennifer is also a skilled pilot.

In addition to her fighting skills and her incredible strength, Jennifer is a very intelligent woman. She received a degree in criminal law prior to becoming the She-Hulk and is a highly accomplished lawyer. She usually practices law as Jennifer Walters, but sometimes appears in her more striking She-Hulk form when she wishes to make a more dramatic impression in court. Jennifer is one of the few super-heroines to have acquired a college degree in the Marvel Universe.

Personality

When She-Hulk first appeared in Savage She-Hulk, her personality was different from the current modern version. Back then, she was short-tempered, violent, and demanding. However, her personality eventually changed throughout the years, and she becomes a more kind and sweet person, while retaining confidence in herself. She wouldn't be too angry during fights, She-Hulk actually jokes around more often now. Also, now that Jennifer is comfortable being She-Hulk, she uses the She-Hulk form on a more regular basis.

Personal Data:

As Jennifer Walters:

She-Hulk / Jennifer Walters
  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Weight: 140 lbs (64 kg)
  • Eyes: Green
  • Hair: Brown
  • Unusual Features: None

As She-Hulk:

  • Height: 6' 7" - 7' 0" (varies)
  • Weight: 700 lbs (318 kg)
  • Eyes: Green
  • Hair: Green
  • Unusual Features: Jade-green skin

Status

The Fourth Wall

She-Hulk has the ability to break the Fourth Wall, which is a barrier between the comic books and the readers. With this ability, it allows her to be aware of the readers and what the writers are doing to her. She-Hulk is also aware that she is a comic book character. Sometimes, She-Hulk would engage in arguments with the writer himself. There was one point where She-Hulk complained to the editor about the writer’s writing. Also, with this ability it allowed She-Hulk to jump through pages in order to get to her destinations faster. For example, in one comic, She-Hulk jumped and ran through advertisements that were in the comic book in order to get to her enemies’ secret hide out faster and easier.

She-Hulk talking through the fourth wall

In the second volume of She-Hulk, writers have toned down her ability to break the fourth wall. Meaning she is still very aware of it, but she does not go overboard and get into a heated argument with the writers. For example, in She-Hulk volume 2 issue 3, she was asked if she was able to interact with the readers in which she replied “no” while looking at the direction of the reader. However, they still use her ability to break the fourth wall in the second volume in which she would use old comics of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s run on Fantastic Four and bring up the Comics Code of Authority as evidence in one of her cases.

Alternate Realities

Earth A (Earth-721)

Jennifer Walters from this reality, also known as Earth A, came to Earth-616 as a tourist. In her own reality she had no super-powers, but on Earth-616 she had the same powers as the She-Hulk in this reality. It was revealed that it was this She-Hulk that slept with Juggernaut, and took Earth-616 She-Hulk's place when she was de-powered. She later went home to Earth-721 again, realizing she missed her old home.

Weapon-X (Earth-1029)

Jen Walters of this reality is known simply as the Hulk. It was not stated if she was the only Hulk of this reality or if it was just a code name. She was forced to join the Timebroker's Weapon X team. She was one of the few members of the Weapon X reality who went home to her own reality alive.

Ultimate Universe (Earth-1610)

In this reality, Jennifer worked for SHIELD as a scientist working on Super-Solider research and development. She also discovered the Hulk serum that changed whoever was injected with it and made the into a Hulk- like being. Betty Ross discovered this serum and convinced General Fury that Jennifer was going to sell it to the Chinese so she could take it for herself. Fury eventually discovered that Jennifer was in fact secretly acquiring a copy of a new Star Trek film a month early. Angry, he sent some of his men after Betty Ross but she injected herself with the serum and turned into a female version of the Hulk.

Earth-X (Earth-9997)

In the Earth X reality her past is very similar to her 616 counterpart. She became infected by the Hydra creatures created by Norman Osborn in part of this revenge plot against SHIELD. Jennifer's body became the host of Queen Hydra. As soon as she was infected, she died and her soul was sent to the Realm of the Dead and her possessed body led the rest of the Hydra and destroyed SHIELD.

Earth-91112

This She-Hulk was very similar to her counterpart in main reality, and was a member of the Avengers. After the government forced the Avengers to support Mary Richard's rally, the entire team chose to disassemble.

Earth-9590

In this "What If" reality (What if Storm had absorbed Phoenix instead of Jean Grey?) She-Hulk was one of the superheroes that the Storm-Phoenix entity defeated and captured.

Earth-9939

She-Hulk was a member of the Avengers in this reality. This reality is in a major disaster and the Avengers had to retrieve an item called the Charnel and destroy it. The first group of Avengers was unsuccessful, so the second group which included She-Hulk, was able to steal the Charnel and teleport to Earth-616. Here, the Earth-9939 Scarlet Witch would destroy the Charnel and their entire reality would cease to exist.

Earth A (Earth-721)

Jennifer Walters from this reality, also known as Earth A, came to Earth-616 as a tourist. In her own reality she had no super-powers, but on Earth-616 she had the same powers as the She-Hulk in this reality. It was revealed that it was this She-Hulk that slept with Juggernaut, and took Earth-616 She-Hulk's place when she was de-powered. She later went home to Earth-721 again, realizing she missed her old home.

Weapon-X (Earth-1029)

Jen Walters of this reality is known simply as the Hulk. It was not stated if she was the only Hulk of this reality or if it was just a code name. She was forced to join the Timebroker's Weapon X team. She was one of the few members of the Weapon X reality who went home to her own reality alive.

Ultimate Universe (Earth-1610)

In this reality, Jennifer worked for SHIELD as a scientist working on Super-Solider research and development. She also discovered the Hulk serum that changed whoever was injected with it and made the into a Hulk- like being. Betty Ross discovered this serum and convinced General Fury that Jennifer was going to sell it to the Chinese so she could take it for herself. Fury eventually discovered that Jennifer was in fact secretly acquiring a copy of a new Star Trek film a month early. Angry, he sent some of his men after Betty Ross but she injected herself with the serum and turned into a female version of the Hulk.

Earth-X (Earth-9997)

In the Earth X reality her past is very similar to her 616 counterpart. She became infected by the Hydra creatures created by Norman Osborn in part of this revenge plot against SHIELD. Jennifer's body became the host of Queen Hydra. As soon as she was infected, she died and her soul was sent to the Realm of the Dead and her possessed body led the rest of the Hydra and destroyed SHIELD.

Earth-91112

This She-Hulk was very similar to her counterpart in main reality, and was a member of the Avengers. After the government forced the Avengers to support Mary Richard's rally, the entire team chose to disassemble.

Earth-9590

In this "What If" reality (What if Storm had absorbed Phoenix instead of Jean Grey?) She-Hulk was one of the superheroes that the Storm-Phoenix entity defeated and captured.

Earth-9939

She-Hulk was a member of the Avengers in this reality. This reality is in a major disaster and the Avengers had to retrieve an item called the Charnel and destroy it. The first group of Avengers was unsuccessful, so the second group which included She-Hulk, was able to steal the Charnel and teleport to Earth-616. Here, the Earth-9939 Scarlet Witch would destroy the Charnel and their entire reality would cease to exist.

House of M (Earth-58163)

Jennifer Walters is a successful lawyer who works with Matt Murdock. After Layla Miller makes them remember who they are, Jennifer is a member of the team that successfully returns to the main reality.

Earth-57780

Jennifer Walters in this reality was similar to her main reality counterpart. She was a very successful lawyer and also the Sensational She-Hulk. During one trial she was the defense lawyer for the Rhino, but he tried to escape by running out the front steps of the courthouse. Jennifer transformed into the She-Hulk and tried to convince the Rhino to stop. However, Rhino convinced She-Hulk to fight Spider-Man instead, and used that distraction to escape. Spider-Man and She-Hulk eventually realized that what they were doing was wrong, and they teamed up and recaptured the Rhino. Afterwards, Jennifer was the prosecutor against the Rhino.

Last Avengers (Earth-9511)

She-Hulk of this reality had a baby girl with Wyatt Wingfoot and named her Jessica. However, after the " Great Cataclysm," She-Hulk mysteriously disappeared and has yet to be found.

Morgan Le Fey Reality Warp (Earth-398)

Earth-398 was created when a longtime Avengers enemy, the sorceress Morgan Le Fay, stole a powerful Asgardian artifact called the Twilight Sword and used it to transform reality into a medieval society, with herself as its queen. She bewitched all members of the Avengers and made them into her personal bodyguards, called the Queen's Vengeance. She-Hulk became known as 'Jade Giantess' and was a member of the Queen's Vengeance. She was shown to be drinking buddies with Ms Marvel (known as 'Lady Marvel' in this reality). Eventually the Scarlet Witch broke free of Le Fay's mind control and used her powers to free her teammates. The Avengers then defeated the sorceress and restored reality to normal.

Dystopia - Future Imperfect (Earth-9200)

In this alternate future world there was a nuclear war, and She-Hulk became one of the most powerful people on the planet due to the radiation.

Approximately ninety-three years later Hulk become Maestro. She-Hulk (now calling herself Shulk) and the Abomination went after Maestro, but were defeated. Shulk later went after Maestro alone, but was defeated again and locked in a sarcophagus in a room in Maestro's castle for seven years. After Emil had taken over Castle Maestro following the Maestro's disappearance, his vizier Kaspin found Shulk's sarcophagus and showed Abomination. Abomination placed Shulk in the bedroom and planned to make her his bride. Shulk woke up to Abomination brushing her hair with his hand. She hit him and told him not to touch her.

After learning that a woman pregnant with Maestro's child had escaped into the past, she knocked out Abomination and took Kaspin with her into the past to kill the woman and end Maestro's line. She ended up face to face with this era's policemen. Shulk, along with Kaspin, avoided the policemen and ran into one of the people who had fled into the past. Shulk threatened the time-traveler into telling her where the woman carrying Maestro's child was. She traced the woman to the house of the present Abomination. Abomination declared that the woman, Betty-6, was under his protection, so Shulk tossed him through a wall. She then beat two other trying to protect Betty-6. She then entered the room with Betty-6 and the newborn son of Maestro. Shulk realized she had become a monster, but decided that it was necessary to kill the infant. Before she could though, Kaspin killed Shulk with his mental powers.

Doom brought an end to hunger and disease (Earth-187319)

She is an associate of Reed Richards.

Legacy virus merged with Warlock (Earth-8545)

She-Hulk is one of the infected superheroes converted into a Vi-Lock Prime.

Earth-9811

In this reality, also called Battleworld, She-Hulk and Hawkeye married and had a son called Mustang.

Marvel Zombies (Earth-2149)

She-Hulk was one of the heroes to be infected by the zombie virus, as well as other heroes. She-Hulk was the one responsible for killing Mr. Fantastic's children, causing Mr. Fantastic to infect himself and become one of them. In revenge, the Invisible Woman killed She-Hulk by expanding a forcefield inside her skull while the Thing restrained her.

Other Media

Television

The Incredible Hulk (1982)

The incredible Hulk (1982)

She-Hulk makes her first animated debut in the 11th episode of the series entitled, "Enter: She-Hulk." She-Hulk was voiced by Victoria Carroll, in the episode, Jennifer Walters is a criminal lawyer who decided to go investigate Hydra. She is eventually spotted by Hydra soldiers and is forced to change into the She-Hulk to fend them off. Meanwhile, Bruce and Rick are visiting Jennifer in L.A., Bruce then tells Rick about how Jennifer was caught in an explosion and needed Bruce to transfuse his blood for her to live. Thus, causing her to turn into the She-Hulk. Eventually She-Hulk and the Hulk (While Banner had control of the Hulk) would team up to defeat Hydra and save Rick and Betty.

The Incredible Hulk (1996)

The Incredible Hulk (1996)

She-Hulk makes her second animated appearance in the 1996 Incredible Hulk series. She-Hulk only makes 2 appearances in the first season, but in the second season she basically became a co-star. She-Hulk was voiced by Lisa Zane in the first season and Cree Summer in season two. Jennifer makes her first debut in the series in the season one episode seven entitled "Doom." In this episode, Jennifer is being chased by Dr. Doom, who eventually captures her. Jennifer would then require a blood transfusion that only her cousin can give in order to live. With the blood transfusion successful, she becomes the She-Hulk. She-Hulk makes her last appearance for the season in episode eight entitled "Fantastic Fortitude." In the second season, She-Hulk was made into a regular co-star, and renamed the titled "The Incredible Hulk and She-Hulk.

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes (2006)

Fantastic Four: World's Greater Heroes (2006)

She-Hulk makes an appearance in the latest Fantastic Four series, she is voiced by Stephanie Brillon and appears in season one episode eighteen entitled "The Cure." In this episode, Reed was able to cure Ben of his powers, but Ben loses all his memories about the Fantastic Four. When Mole Man attacks the city, the Fantastic Four decide to recruit She-Hulk to fill in Ben's spot for the time being. The human torch set up auditions for new heroes to take his place and all of them were people who had really rubbish powers and then a woman (Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk) comes in. Johnny then makes fun of her and after the She-Hulk transformation she grabs Johnny and then gets recruited until the end of the episode.

The Super Hero Squad Show (2010)

Super Hero Squad Show (2010)

She-Hulk makes her début in the show in the second season. She is voiced by Katee Sackhoff.

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013)

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (2013)

She-Hulk will be one of the main characters, voiced by Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Eliza Dushku. In this series her career as a lawyer is not mentioned. Instead she states that due to being a hulk, she is forced to work as a stunt pilot due to her piloting skills and her indistructable hulk body. She has her easy going, gregarious, joking personality from the comics, as well as her strong willed outgoing nature, being unimpressed by both iron man and thor. She may have a crush on Skarr.

Film

She-Hulk

Brigitte Nielsen as She-Hulk

A live-action motion picture was planned in the late 1980s, with Carl Gottlieb as writer and Tamara Asseyev as producer. Marvel Comics, interested in making a film that might capitalize on the popularity of the Incredible Hulk television series, sought financial backing from the now-bankrupt New World Pictures and hired actress Brigitte Nielsen to pose for photos dressed both as She-Hulk and her alter ego Jennifer Walters. Brigitte had previously starred in the 1985 film Red Sonja, who at the time was another character owned by Marvel Comics. The film never got far beyond the promotional stage and was eventually scrapped.

Games

Marvel Super Heroes (1995)

Arcade, Sega Saturn, Playstation: She-Hulk is a non-playable character that appears on one of the levels in the background. She also appears in the ending as the heroes who were set free from Thanos.

Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems (1996)

(1996) / SNES: She-Hulk appeared as clones and were enemies you fought.

Fantastic Four (1997)

Playstation: She-Hulk was a playable character in this side-scrolling beat em' up game.

Fantastic Four : Rise Of The Silver Surfer(2007)

PS2, Wii, DS, Xbox 360, PS3: She-Hulk appears as a boss strangely enough.

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009)

PS3, Xbox360, Wii, PS2, PSP, DS: She-Hulk appears as a non-playable character except on the DS port of the game. On the PS3 and 360 Versions, she appears as a boss on the Anti Registration Storyline in Act 3, and one can have a conversation with her in Act 4.

Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate Of Two Worlds (2011)

Marvel vs Capcom 3

She- Hulk appears in this fighting video game. She is shown in her famous purple and white costume and appears with other Marvel characters such as Wolverine, Hulk and Spider-Man. Her alternate colors include Red She-Hulk, Ultimate She-Hulk, and Lyra.

Marvel: Avengers Alliance

Marvel Avengers Alliance

She-Hulk appears as an unlockable character in the Marvel: Avengers Alliance video game on Facebook. She is a Bruiser Class character that can be unlocked as a starter character once the player has been introduced to the games PVP feature.

Her bio says: Crusading lawyer Jennifer Walters was Bruce Banner's cousin, and needed an emergency transfusion of his blood after being shot. Along with Banner's blood, Jennifer received his ability to transform into a green-skinned juggernaut, and the She-Hulk was born.

She is also featured in the Fear Itself Storyline as one of the worthy, Skirn, Breaker of Men (Replacing Titania). Her costume, original for the game, is a reward for completing the Chapter 6 of Season 2.

Marvel: Avengers Alliance Tactics

Marvel Avengers Alliance Tactics

She-Hulk was a playable character in the short lived online game.

Marvel Super Hero Squad Online

MSHSO

She is a playable chracter in Marvel Super Hero Squad Online.

Her description says: She-Hulk is almost as strong as her big green cousin, but without all those pesky anger management issues.

She is voiced by Grey DeLisle

Marvel: War of Heroes

War of Heroes

She-Hulk appears in several cards in the mobile game Marvel: War of Heroes. She is in these cards:

  • She-Hulk
  • [Legal Eagle] She-Hulk
  • [Lady Liberator] She-Hulk
  • [Time Enough for Love] She-Hulk
  • [Jade Giantess] She-Hulk
  • [Infinite Lawyer] She-Hulk
  • [Defender] She-Hulk
  • [Santa Suit] She-Hulk
  • [Fresh Start] She-Hulk

Marvel Heroes

Marvel Heroes

She-hulk appears in the free-to-play MMO called Marvel Heroes, however she is not yet playable.

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