Thor tries his luck in She-Hulk’s most recent issue. Jennifer Walters, however, isn’t in the mood to support the God of Thunder.
The following contains spoilers SheHulk#10 from Marvel Comics.
Thor is trying to find his former love She-Hulk #10 with little success.
“U up?” is the God of Thunder’s response to his message. Jennifer Walters’ text does not receive a response because Jennifer is struggling with depression and stress following the disappearance of Jack of Hearts. Jennifer comes home from her Avengers adventure disheveled and sees Thor’s message. Hellcat is called to bring some much-needed girl chat and she ignores it.
She-Hulk had many relationships and flings, with some of the most prominent Marvel characters from Iron Man to Hercules. She and Thor were briefly in the news in 2018 when Jason Aaron and David Marquez’s Avengers series. The couple shared a kiss in combat and even went on a date with the Savage Land. In 2020’s Empyre Fallout, Fantastic Four#1, the couple officially confirmed their love. Their relationship fell apart a year later. This was largely due in part to events like Marvel’s War of the Realms which kept them from seeing each other for too much.
Jack of Hearts has assumed the role of Sheulk’s latest love, although their relationship has been fraught with ups and downs. Jack has an unpredictable skill set that allows him to generate energy but must temper it via a containment suite. It was this ability that once stripped Bruce Banner from his powers. Jennifer and Jennifer were both unable to recover their Gamma-induced abilities in 1998’s Heroes#75. Since then, large sections of the superhero community have been wary of Jack’s abilities. Jack had lost his powers in She’Hulk and only began to have a relationship with Jennifer.
Jack tried to put his life in SheHulk#9 and stop April & Mark Booth, two scientists who experiment with Gamma radiation trying to take SheHulk’s powers. Issue #10 tells us that he survived and regained his unstable abilities. Jennifer was afraid to have a relationship with him, so he fled into outer space.
SheHulk#10, written and illustrated by Rainbow Rowell. Colored by Rico Renzi, it is lettered by VC’s Joe Caramagna. Jen Bartel provides the cover, with a variant cover by David Talaski. Marvel now has SheHulk#10 available.