Does anyone know or have a list of all of the people/beings ol' Shulky has slept with because that is a list i'd like to see
She Gets Around
It is just more of Joe Q's campaign to ruin all of Marvel Universe's characters and storylines. What type of example is this setting for the younger generation of fans? I think it might be time to bring back the Comic Code Authority because the language is getting out of hand , also!
"It is just more of Joe Q's campaign to ruin all of Marvel Universe's characters and storylines. What type of example is this setting for the younger generation of fans? I think it might be time to bring back the Comic Code Authority because the language is getting out of hand , also!"When the Comics Code Authority was active the plots were lamer. There were some classic issues during those times, but some really lame plots.
"Wonderchild said:yep. and what ifs arent coanon"JuggernautThough it wasn't Earth-616 She-Hulk that slept with Juggernaut, it was Earth-721 She-Hulk."
Hawkeye in What If?"
Vance Astro said:
"Juggernaut doesn't count and Manwolf isn't even real.John Jameson was Manwolf and he is married to She-Hulk now.Black Widow has been through alot more guys."i think theyre through.
"Hercules "had at thee" if you know what I mean"looks like she "had at him" if you ask me...
the list (canon)
lots of unknown background characters
Im not ruling out Valkyrie (who actually got around more than Jen) or "experimentation with Jazinda
She-Hulk's relationships with men have been defined by her dual needs for independence and acceptance. These needs were evident in her often tempestuous relationship with her father, Sheriff Morris Walters. A widower whose wife had been killed by mobsters, Walters was overprotective, controlling, and judgmental. In response, Jennifer sought independence from her father, while also desiring his acceptance.
Sheriff Walters felt that the best way for Jennifer to live was for her to follow his values. However, Jennifer grew up perceiving the gray areas of law enforcement (for example, she interpreted the events leading up to riots which occurred during her childhood differently from her father). Although Jennifer saw her decision to become a criminal defense attorney as a kind of homage to her father, Sheriff Walters instead interpreted her choice (to defend criminals) as a rejection of his values.
Jennifer worked at nurturing a supportive relationship with her father, and remained close to a childhood friend, Zapper, with whom she ultimately became romantically involved. Being She-Hulk allowed Jennifer to express emotions which she was not otherwise comfortable revealing. For example, although Jennifer Walters was restrained from dating a younger man, as She-Hulk she felt free to express her affection for Zapper. During that same time, Jennifer pursued a problematic relationship with the affable ne'er-do-well Richard Rory (a supporting character created by Steve Gerber for Man-Thing stories), who actually valued her for who she really was.
Ultimately, She-Hulk's relationship with Zapper fell apart, primarily due to her insistence on permanently remaining in her She-Hulk form, eschewing the Jennifer Walters persona that Zapper had grown up with. Zapper believed that Jennifer's preference represented a rejection of the character's true self. Although in actuality She-Hulk liberated much of Jennifer Walters' repressed personality, the She-Hulk persona also repressed certain aspects of Jennifer Walters' personality which She-Hulk found distasteful.
During her time as an Avenger, She-Hulk engaged in a relationship with Starfox. However, this encounter was later retold in flashback, and in that storyline, Starfox was on trial, charged with sexually assaulting a married woman. The alleged victim testified that Starfox's euphoria power had forced her to be sexually forward—as forward as She-Hulk herself had been during her own encounter with Starfox. Jennifer concluded that her interaction with Starfox had not been consensual after hearing this testimony, but she later discovered that Starfox had not used his powers on her.
She-Hulk was briefly engaged to the younger Wyatt Wingfoot, whom she first met during her tenure with the Fantastic Four. She let her guard down with Wyatt, expressing her vulnerabilities as Wyatt supported her during a series of traumatic events. A paparazzo took photos of her sunbathing topless in Fantastic Four #275 (but nobody ultimately knew it was She-Hulk due to an unwitting editor 'correcting' her green skin). Later, corrupt agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. forced her to strip naked in Marvel Graphic Novel #18. Although She-Hulk put forward a brave exterior during those incidents, she appreciated Wyatt's support.
Although She-Hulk deeply values close emotional ties with family, friends, and lovers, she seldom admits the depth of her need for these attachments. For example, years after her mother died, Jennifer could not move on from the family home. Even when her father moved out, Jennifer would not leave her family memories behind. The Avengers and Fantastic Four became surrogate families for her; she forged strong bonds with them.
She-Hulk was married to John Jameson, whom she first met while he was the Man-Wolf in a Microverse adventure in Savage She-Hulk. The two precipitously eloped in Las Vegas. However, the two shared an apartment with She-Hulk's colleague, Augustus "Pug" Pugliese, who holds an unspoken (but obvious) crush on her. Pug correctly deduced that both the suddenness of She-Hulk's strengthened feelings for Jameson as well as the pair's marriage were the result of manipulation by Starfox. Due to his efforts to prove this, She-Hulk and John became aware of Pug's crush just as John was forced to become the Man-Wolf once more.
She-Hulk's passion for John has cooled since Starfox's "love zap" was removed. However, John was never zapped, and his deep love for Jennifer Walters has been confirmed (John has stated a preference for She-Hulk in her human form). She-Hulk's reaction to John as the Man-Wolf/Stargod has not been positive. The marriage has been annulled.
She-Hulk had a date with Luke Cage/Power Man while both were on the Heroes for Hire team. She resisted dating an "ex-con" but after a scuffle with Titania and Absorbing Man where Cage aided her she reconsidered. The relationship never developed but a friendship between them was formed.
Before John Jameson signed the annulment, She-Hulk has had flings with Clay Quartermain and Tony Stark, and made a pass at Wolverine. Wolverine rebuffs her, saying he has no wish to "chase after Juggernaut'ssloppy seconds." She-Hulk repeatedly denies sleeping with the Juggernaut, despite Uncanny X-Men #435 (2003) showing the two in bed together. It is revealed in She-Hulk (vol. 2) #21 that Juggernaut had, in fact, bedded a She-Hulk from an alternate universe.Perhaps her longest crush is on Hercules who she has repeated dreams about. At one point she faints from just seeing him. However, after fighting demons together, she rebuffs Hercules' advances, seeing him as a muscle-bound oaf. After Hercules jovially smacks her, She-Hulk sends him through a brick wall, and says she will relegate the idea of a relationship with him to fantasy, as she finds the reality disappointing. Nonetheless, after the Infinity Crisis, she begins dating him. But when he belittles her for being a woman she re-resolves to admire him from afar. Despite this, at an Avengers reunion she is seen flirting with him. They eventually sleep together in She-Hulk #30.
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