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She-Hulk, Vol. 5: Planet Without a Hulk (Hulka #6)

3.77  ·  Rating Details  ·  253 Ratings  ·  20 Reviews
Now that the Illuminati have shot the Hulk into space, who's going to fight all of his bad guys? Enter She-Hulk: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Spinning out of events from Civil War and Planet Hulk, the new director of S.H.I.E.L.D. is shipping She-Hulk off to Hulk-related hotspots around the globe - where she'll be taking on villains from A-Z Or, in this case, from the Abomination ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published November 7th 2007 by Marvel (first published January 1st 2007)
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Ana Maria Rînceanu
Aside from Stu's adventures in Duckworld, I liked this book. I find it interesting how Slott approached She-Hulk's "promiscuity". When Jen stands on trial she can't explain why she is a little different in her She-Hulk form and the defense lawyer invokes the number of sexual partners she's had since the blood transfusion. I was a little surprised that a lawyer as smart as Jen was silenced by that when she could have just explained that as She-Hulk she is more powerful and has to be less careful ...more
Jan 21, 2016 Sesana rated it liked it
Shelves: superhumans, comics
A little disappointed with how Slott's run ended up, but mostly just because it had been really good. This is mostly ok, with a few good bits, but mostly underwhelming. This is actually a fairly large volume, but it seems like all the events (especially Civil War, ugh) keep getting in the way of the actual storytelling and character development that Slott wants to get done. Which ends up leading to the most ridiculously rushed last couple of issues, with Slott trying to get six issues worth of c ...more
Feb 11, 2011 Rachael rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics, 2011
AUGH DAN SLOTT YOU ARE THE WORST PUPPY EVER. This was so not as good as it should have been. I get that with crossovers and events and stuff, sometimes writers can't do their best work with the pacing that is available to them, but this book was not up to the fantastic standards of the previous books. There was like one funny thing about Wolverine showing up, and then a few other sort-of interesting things, but most of what made the book awesome was skipped in an attempt to wrap up the last stor ...more
Shannon Appelcline
Nov 19, 2014 Shannon Appelcline rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics, comics-marvel
Awesome Andy (14). A fun look at Andy's history and a coda to many of the plot elements from issues 6-13 [6+/10]. This really should have been in the previous volume!

Planet without a Hulk (15-18). You take She-Hulk away from her law agency ... and the result just isn't that interesting. She fights and fights and fights. We yawn. The only particularly good element of this story is the last issue, where Stark gets some much needed comeuppance for his fascism during Civil War and Planet Hulk [5+/10
Jan 27, 2014 James rated it liked it
Shelves: tpb, comics, humour, superhero
A funny, knowing, and entertaining conclusion to Slott's run, that'll appeal to any moderate-to-big fan of the Marvel Universe, and is clear enough for newcomers as well. The conclusion of #19 made me laugh far too much.

I read a lot of the run as it was coming out (but still haven't caught up with the first two TPBs) and certainly enjoyed it then, too, but having caught up with the end, I worry about the slut-shaming and the dancing around Civil War/World War Hulk. Still, fun, and I'm glad Slott
May 07, 2008 Brad rated it liked it
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This is a perfect ending to Slott's run. He wraps up a few different running jokes and story lines. The Juggernaut sex is finally explained, along with a bunch of other lose ends in the Marvel Universe. Slott is basically trying to find a way to get himself a collection of No-prizes.

She-Hulk fighting a bunch of Nick Fury L.M.D.s in her undies is quite possibly the best sequence ever for the sheer ridiculousness of it.
Apr 17, 2011 Anne rated it liked it
3.5 stars
One of the better She-Hulk volumes (my opinion, of course). There was crossover stuff from Hulk: Planet Hulk, and I guess Civil War: Marvel Universe, too. Some of it was good, and some of it was silly, but it was certainly better than the She-Hulk, Vol. 8: Secret Invasion crossover.
Still, the end was pretty stupid.
Jun 04, 2015 Amanda rated it it was amazing
Does there exist a bad guy She-Hulk can't take down? This book asks that question as she takes on everyone from from the Abomination to Zzzax!
Variaciones Enrojo
Tomo 6 de la edición española, cuyo contenido es prácticamente el mismo que el del tomo 5 en inglés.
Aug 09, 2008 Wendy rated it liked it
Shelves: comics
This one is still a good read, but it seems to be caught up in lots of ongoing Marvel universe continuity, much of which goes completely over my head since I'm not a big Marvel comics reader. And it feels a bit disjointed, as if parts of the story were happening in other comics. Perhaps I should become a bigger Marvel comics reader.

Still, it's good fun - I particularly love a conversation between She Hulk and Iron Man about double-standards in superhero costumes: why does he get a cool suit whe
Oct 23, 2009 Adam rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics
This series of issues marked the end of Dan Slott's run on She-Hulk. I loved his writing. He had an encylopedic knowledge of Marvel Comics continuity and worked tons of weird stuff into this series, but he made everything funny and enjoyable to read, even if you didn't know every character or plot device he alluded to. He also wrote She-Hulk (and her alter ego, Jen Walters) as a three-dimensional woman with a sense of humor who was believable as both a super-powered ass-kicker and a no-nonsense ...more
Aug 20, 2016 Angie rated it liked it
read 8/12/16
Callie Rose Tyler
Jul 31, 2014 Callie Rose Tyler rated it it was amazing
Shelves: comics, marvel
This is my favorite series, it just gets better and better. Great characters, great action, great tongue-and-cheek humor, and the best cameos (Man-Thing) and references (Duck World).

The only thing is the art, I preferred the way Jen Walters and Pug were drawn in previous issues.
Machina Essex
Mar 05, 2013 Machina Essex rated it liked it
The ending of Dan Slott's run on She-Hulk is bittersweet as is the ending. As much as I'd like to keep reading more She-Hulk stories, they carefully wind down to this moment from when it started out as Ally McBeal with superpowers.
Nick Marino
Jun 25, 2007 Nick Marino rated it it was amazing
delicious. the Nick Fury LMD head is my favorite breakout character of 2007. this story is so smart and well written. a must read sort of thing.
The ending here isn't bad, but there's too much Civil War fall out that we have to wade through first.
Jan 21, 2011 Angela rated it really liked it
Clever again. Covers the whole Planet Hulk and Hulkbusters phase of She-Hulk. Always a fun series.
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Jan 22, 2010 Jay rated it liked it
decent story, but not as good as earlier chapters
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