She-Hulk Is Captain America and Moon Knight’s New Lawyer

She-Hulk aka Jennifer Walters has an all-new list of clients, and it consists of a few of the biggest names in the whole Marvel Universe.

She-Hulk #4 sees the titular hero starting over in her professional life as a lawyer. After she goes on a lunch date with Titania, her favorite rival, and the Thing, Jennifer gets back to the office to come across a whole host of probable new clients awaiting her. These people aren’t just close friends like Jessica Drew, aka Spider-Woman, but these are superheroes from almost all corners of the Marvel Universe, including Avengers like Captain America himself.

Jennifer Walters aka She-Hulk Has Some ‘BIG’ Clients

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She-Hulk #4

Jennifer ushers all her allies into her small office, explaining that her employer has instated a pretty strict “no extra-human clients” rule.

Now, this is a rule that she wants to break as long as the others can stay discreet with her. Despite the displeasure displayed by Shang-Chi and Nova, Moon Knight assured She-Hulk that they will be happier to stay quiet about their whole status as clients.

How Did Jennifer Get Her Radioactive Powers?

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This is barely new territory for Walters, who is a talented lawyer since her debut in 1979’s Savage She-Hulk #1 by John Buscema and Stan Lee. Bruce Banner’s cousin, Jennifer got her radioactive powers after she was given a life-saving transfusion, thanks to Bruce’s irradiated blood.

Jennifer’s transformation altered her life entirely, leading to some significant team-ups with other superheroes and also memberships with teams like the Avengers to the Fantastic Four.

Walters Enjoys Her Life As An Attorney

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She-Hulk

Despite her heroic career barely taking any time, She-Hulk has always gone back to her work as an attorney. She has defended clients such as Captain America, without revealing his secret identity to the world. She also defended Howard the Duck after the events of the first Civil War in a trial that wanted to criminalize Howard’s being as an “unauthorized use of superpowers.”

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Written by Rainbow Rowell, She-Hulk #4 features art by Luca Maresca and letters by VC’s Joe Caramagna. The cover art is by Jen Bartel, with covers thanks to Chrissie Zullo and Russell Dauterman. She-Hulk #4 is out on sale now.

 

Source: Marvel

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