This book collects the entire twelve-issue 2004 series and the first five issues of the 2005 series.
This book really feels like something I should like: It's going for a light fun feel, it's got She-hulk in it and the art is decent, but I found myself mostly non-plussed. However, most of the storylines are pedestrian and the only guest character that is better than so-so is Andy the Mad Thinker's who writes on a slate. It's not bad, there are some interesting Sci Fi ideas, but nothing that really grabs me. Jokes are hit and miss, and She-hulk isn't particularly likable.
Overall, it just didn't connect for me and seemed like a bit of a missed opportunity.