Appearing in "I'M with Cupid"

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She-Hulk Vol 2 #6.

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Synopsis for "I'M with Cupid"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #6.

On an alien world, the Eternal known as Starfox celebrates his victory against insectoid creatures by having a romantic moment with a young woman before her father chases him off the farm. Eros then goes to a bar somewhere in space and parties with a large group of women. Later that evening, he finds himself back on Earth where he beds yet another woman. After he is finished the deed, Eros decides to take off, telling the woman it was great. However, the woman begins to cry, horrified by what she has done.

One Week Later

The woman in question was Christina Garvey, a married woman, who later files sexual assault charges against Starfox. The courthouse has become a media frenzy as a result of the accusations. Representing Eros, is his former teammate Jennifer Walters, also known as the She-Hulk. When questioned by reporters, Starfox makes the error saying that the woman accusing him wanted it, not realizing how that will damage his case. She-Hulk thinks back to how she got back into this situation...

Hours earlier, She-Hulk was in the unfortunate position of answering her friend the Thing as to why he is being sued by Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway. She has to explain that the firm is now representing supervillains, including Ben's one-time foe the Cauldron. The Thing can't believe what he is hearing and storms out of the office. Jennifer is frustrated by the number of clients the firm is taking on that are supervillains. When she goes into the lunchroom she discovers, much to her aggravation, that the Gibbon is eating her lunch. She-Hulk decides to hide out in her office. It was then that Starfox came knocking at her window looking for legal representation...

Later, when Jennifer returns home she is told some good news by her roommate Augustus Pugliese: at least when Starfox made his inflammatory comments, it was after the jury was sequestered. To try and cheer Jen up, Pug has rented her favorite movie and got her favorite ice cream. Later, Pug is about to tell Jennifer how he really feels about her when suddenly John Jameson comes over, spoiling the chance. Hiding his hurt, Pug decides to leave the couple alone for the night so they can catch up. The following morning, Awesome Andy is getting up to go on his daily secret mission. Suspicious, the Two-Gun Kid decides to secretly follow Andy to find out what he is up to. He follows Andy to Atlas Towers where he spies through Mallory Book's window. Not understanding what is going on, he assumes that there is some kind of relationship going on between Mallory and Andy. However, when Mallory sees him she explains that Andy means nothing to him, breaking the android's heart. Embarrassed, Two-Gun apologizes for the intrusion and wants to make it up, so Mallory asks him out to dinner.

Later that morning, John Jameson is upset when Jennifer transforms into the She-Hulk before heading off to court. Upset that he still has issues with her being the She-Hulk, she tells John that if he can't accept this part of her that perhaps they shouldn't be seeing each other. Meanwhile, at Timely Plaza, Pug wakes up on the couch in his office to the sound of a strange buzzing coming from Mr. Zix's office. Inside, Zix is having a conference with ISAAC, the sentient computer of the Eternals of Titan. ISAAC expresses the dissatisfaction of Mentor, his creator and the father of Starfox. However, Zix insists that the trial must happen on Earth and warns Mentor not to overstep his authority. With no other recourse, ISAAC ends the call just as Pug bursts into the office. Augustus has so many questions about the connections that Arthur has, and how the firm is representing supervillains now, however, Zix deflects his questions. Suddenly, they are interrupted by the arrival of She-Hulk. Following behind is John Jameson, who is trying to get her to stop and talk about things. At the same time, Mallory Book discovers that Andy is ignoring her after what she said in front of him earlier.

The situation suddenly explodes when Two-Gun Kid arrives with Starfox in custody. When Eros spots Awesome Andy, he attacks, not knowing that the android has reformed. After knocking down Andy, he sees and attacks Mallory's client, the Grizzly and has to be pulled off the villain. When he learns that John Jameson is She-Hulk's boyfriend, Eros remarks how great they look together. As he leaves the couple they suddenly patch up their argument, apparently more in love than ever. Starfox then approaches Mallory and calms her by saying Andy will be okay. When he asks if she cares about the android, she says she does, a lot. However, when the Eternal tries his charm on Mr. Zix, he discovers that for some reason, it doesn't work. Mallory then checks on Andy and he admits that he has fallen in love with her. Miss Book surprises Andy when she tells him that she feels the same way. After Jennifer and John patch things up, she takes Starfox to his trial.

Once in court, the judge sternly warns the defense that even though this is a superhero trial, he will not tolerate the sort of shenanigans that typically ensue. Pug assures the judge that this won't happen. Noticing that the plaintiff, Christina Garvey, is a married woman with children, Pug insists that Jennifer will have to be the one to discredit her and stresses how important it is that she focuses on this task. Jen assures him that she has her mind on the job, however she has spent the past few minutes doodling a picture of John Jameson professing his love for her.

Appearing in "Change of Heart"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #7.

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Synopsis for "Change of Heart"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #7.

While testing her strength as the She-Hulk, Jennifer Walters begins thinking too much about how much she loves John Jameson, causing her Gamma-Changer to fail. This forces her to revert back to human form. Thankfully, Doc Samson is there to grab the weights that she is no longer capable of lifting in human form. Samson points out that the problem is not with the Gamma-Charger, but with herself, as the mental blocks put into place. When Samson tells Jennifer that there will be no magical solution to the problem he is suddenly struck with inspiration and rushes to the phone to call Stephen Strange, leaving Jennifer to get ready for the continuation of the sexual assault trial against Starfox.

While legions of Starfox admirers protest outside, the trial resumes indoors. The prosecution calls up their first witness a woman named Pamela Harmond. Eros doesn't remember her, but that's because of the sheer amount of women who he has slept with on Earth. When the woman takes the stand, the prosecution lawyer is shocked when Pamela suddenly changes her statement, saying that the entire encounter was consensual and that she enjoyed it. The same goes with all the other witnesses that take the stand, to the utter surprise of the courtroom. The prosecution then accuses Starfox of using his powers on the witnesses and the jury. Jennifer objects to this, asking for proof. To try and make a point, the lawyer asks a man named Elliot Kohl to take the stand. This man is a former Hydra agent who tells of a time when Avengers foiled Baron Strucker's Atomi-Geddon device. In order to get the code to deactivate the doomsday weapon, Starfox used his powers on him. He explains that Eros' powers had a long term effect on him. While in prison, Mr. Kohl was obsessed with him making him a target for the other prisoners. Then, after his wife visited him for congenital visits, he started insisting that she dress up like the hero. She divorced him soon after that. The former Hydra agent concludes his testimony by saying while Starfox was doing the right thing in stopping the weapon, Kohl cannot continue his life wondering if these feelings he has for the hero are his own, or due to the manipulations of Eros' powers.

Despite Jennifer's objections, the judge rules that Starfox is somehow influencing the trial and orders him isolated from the rest of the courtroom. Soon, Starfox is set up in a cell that blocks his powers and has to view the proceedings remotely via video uplink. Jennifer protests this, saying that it is prejudicial in that it is convincing the jury that her client cannot be trusted in the same room as anybody else. Jen then asks the judge to allow her to pull in character witnesses that can attest to the character of her client. As She-Hulk, Jennifer asks various former members of the Avengers if they would be willing to take the stand and testify on behalf of Starfox. Hercules agrees without question, Ms. Marvel declines due to the negative publicity, Sentry promises to show up if he is on Earth at the time, Pulsar declines because Eros made her feel uncomfortable, Captain America also declines because of his image, Tigra can't bring herself to do it because of their past relationship, Yellowjacket finds it ironic that he is being sought out in a sexual assault case, while the Wasp agrees. This comes as a surprise to Jennifer, who didn't know that the Wasp had a thing for Eros. The two also talk briefly about Jen's own fling with the Eternal. The subject quickly changes when Jennifer's new boyfriend John Jameson arrives. When Jen quickly reverts back to human form because John likes her like this, the Wasp finds this behavior strange.

Meanwhile, in the basement of Timely Plaza, Pug and Stu Cicero go over the various comic books that feature Starfox. The two engage in a discussion about the implications off Starfox's powers, which Stu compares to a date rape drug. When Pug goes to leave, he realizes that he grabbed Jennifer's briefcase by mistake. Inside, he is surprised to find a number of childish love notes about John Jameson packed inside. Elsewhere, strange love is in the air as Mallory Book has lured Awesome Andy into a supply closet to kiss. Up in the head office, Arthur Zix has another conference with ISAAC the computer of Titan. The sentient computer expresses the dissatisfaction Eros' father Mentor feels about the length of time it is taking for this trial to become complete. Zix suggests patience, however this doesn't sit well with the leader of the Eternals of Titan.

Back on Earth, the trial continues, as Christina Garvey, the alleged victim takes the stand. She talks about how she wasn't in control of herself and how Starfox took advantage of her. When Jennifer goes up to cross-examine Christina, she has the uncomfortable task of ripping apart the woman's testimony. She presents to the court that Mrs. Garvey are various superhero magazines and memorabilia that was found in the Garvey home. She suggests that Christina had a thing for superheroes. She also says that they have witnesses who can attest that it was Christina who made the moves on Starfox. When Christina states that there was this strange pull, it makes Jennifer think about her own fling with Eros and how she made the first moves. She calls a brief break to confer with her client. When she privately questions Starfox if he used his powers on her the night they spent together when they were Avengers, Eros doesn't like her line of questioning and terminates the video feed. Her anger growing, Jennifer asks for a recess and storms out of the courtroom.

Her rage growing, Jennifer manages to change into the She-Hulk through sheer rage when the Gamma-Changer fails to work. She then leaps all the way to Ryker's Island where Starfox is already attempting to escape after using his power on the Guardsmen and Two-Gun Kid. She-Hulk catches Eros just as he is about to escape and beats him senseless. The fight ends when she kicks Starfox in the groin. However, Mentor hears the screams of his son all the way from Titan and after Jennifer has him subdued again, ISAAC appears and teleports Eros away. With Eros gone, the trial is ground to a halt as the prosecution makes attempts to try and have Starfox extradited back to Earth to complete the trial. Meanwhile, Artie Zix assures Jennifer and Pug that he will resolve this trial one way or the other. When John Jameson offers to give both Jen and Pug a ride, Gus tells Jennifer that he's going to be taking off for a few days and sadly watches as the woman he loves drives away with her boyfriend.

Appearing in "Civil Union"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #8.

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Synopsis for "Civil Union"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #8.

This story continues from Civil War #1...

As John Jameson and Jennifer discuss the current backlash against super-humans as a result of the Stamford incident and how that will effect her dual identities as both Jennifer Walters and She-Hulk, Jen tells John that until her Gamma activator is repaired she's stuck as Jen. However, later Doc Samson takes Jennifer to visit Dr. Strange, who finds the source of her of the problems with her ability to transform back and forth between Jen and She-Hulk: An old hex placed on her by the Scarlet Witch which made people unaware that Jennifer Walters and She-Hulk were one and the same. In order to restore the control of her powers, Strange had to remove this Hex.

This plays against her, as she takes on representation for Justice and Rage, two surviving New Warriors who are seeking to have the website "Destroy All Warriors" that has been outing the secret identities of surviving members of the New Warriors, past and present, in the hopes of the reaction leading to their deaths. Before taking the trial to court, the same website outs Jennifer as the She-Hulk, forcing Jen to become her alter ego and represent Justice and Rage in court as She-Hulk.

As the trial goes from the taking down of the site to a forum for victims of the Stamford incident (putting Rage into a fit of anger that nobody recognizes that his fellow Warriors had died as well.) John Jameson is confronted by his superiors who tell him to make a choice about his relationship with She-Hulk because it effects the image of the military. John secretly meets with Captain America, who tells John to follow his feelings.

Meanwhile, back in court, Iron Man is put on the stand and questioned about the validity of the SHRA, which She-Hulk questions the point of Stark revealing his identity as he has shown the capability to erase people's memories of his true identity in the past. After the trial, Stark gives She-Hulk a memory card with information on the owner and operator of the Destroy All Warriors website.

Jen and a number of other former members of the New Warriors, crash on the owner who turns out to be the former New Warrior known as Hindsight. When asking him why he created the website, Hindsight tells them that after the Stamford incident, he lost all faith in the Warriors and wanted nothing to do with their legacy and opened the website to destroy them. Just before an angry mob forming can attack all assembled, they mob is disbursed when John Jameson arrives in a ship. Upon arriving, John reveals that he has come not only to get Jennifer out of a pickle, but also to propose to her.

Civil War continues in Black Panther Vol 4 #18...

Appearing in "The Big Reveal"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #9.

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Synopsis for "The Big Reveal"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #9.

In his office, Artie Zix floats in the middle of the room as he communicates with some alien presence that is furious to hear that the She-Hulk has recently been in the presence of the Watcher. They interrupted by the sudden arrival of Augustus Pugliese, who wants copies of video recordings that Zix has been taking around the office after he took over the firm of Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway. Zix is about to pull out a gun and shoot Pug until he learns that he isn't interested in whatever Artie was up to before he came barging in. Jealous of She-Hulk's relationship with John Jameson, Pug pours over the security footage to confirm his suspicions over the couple's sudden obsession with each other. After hours of review, he finds exactly what he is looking for: video proof that they only started acting this way when they came into contact with Starfox. Pug then makes a copy of this footage. When Pug goes upstairs for coffee it is amidst the commotion over the fact that Spider-Man just revealed his identity to the public on live television to show his support for the new Super Human Registration Act.

Across town, the news reaches the Daily Bugle, sending J. Jonah Jameson into a frenzy. Jameson is furious to learn that Peter Parker, whom Jameson hired for years as a photographer, turned out to be Spider-Man the entire time. Jameson's temper flares up even more when his editor Joe Robertson tells him that Spider-Man is also being granted amnesty for signing up with the government. To make matters, worse, Jonah next hears a news report about how his son John has run off to Las Vegas for a quickie wedding with the She-Hulk at an Elvis chapel. The report is covered on live television as well causing a shock to She-Hulk's friends, allies, and enemies alike. In Las Vegas, Jennifer thanks Gary Swanson, owner of the Green Cross, for being a witness to the marriage. When she commends him for the work the Green Cross does providing relief from her cousin's rampages, Gary mentions that there hasn't been a Hulk rampage since his attack in Las Vegas. When he suggests that it seems like the Hulk has vanished off the face of the Earth, this bothers Jennifer. However, before she can think about this more, John gets a phone call from his father who expresses his displeasure about the news.

Back in New York City, Jennifer learns that John has arranged to go out to dinner at his father's place so that they can all meet. With a superhero civil war about to erupt, Jennifer tries to get out of it as there are more important things to worry about. However, John stresses how important this is. As they get ready, they don't hear the phone ring. When the answering machine picks up it is Pug, who asks Jennifer to meet him at the Velvet Morgue bar. It appears that Jennifer shows up, Augustus tries to warn her about Starfox's influence. However, this turns out to be Ditto in disguise, angering Pug. Ditto explains that he has been watching everyone in secret and posed as She-Hulk to save him some pain and suffering. While this has foiled Augustus' plan, it convinces him to do something else instead.

Meanwhile, at the Jameson home, She-Hulk finds herself eating in awkward silence with John, and her new in-laws, J. Jonah Jameson and his wife Marla. After some small talk back and forth, the subject turns to Spider-Man which causes Jonah to get into a sour mood. When he tells John how disappointed he is that his son married a superhero, Marla quietly tells him to behave in front of the woman who is going to give them grandchildren. Thinking about this possibility sends Jameson into a rage and he storms upstairs where he keeps the original Spider-Slayer robot in storage. The robot fares poorly against Jennifer who easily breaks it. She then goes up into the attic and hashes it out with Jameson. Learning that his anger is mostly over Spider-Man getting pardoned, Jennifer suggests that Jameson should sue Peter Parker for selling him fake photos. When Jonah points out that Parker is broke, she reminds him that the new Iron Spider armor he wears is worth at least eight million dollars.

Seeing how easily his new daughter-in-law could make life difficult for Spider-Man causes a complete turn around for Jameson, who welcomes Jennifer as a member of the Jameson family.

Appearing in "I Married a Man-Wolf"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #10.

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Synopsis for "I Married a Man-Wolf"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #10.

In the street of Manhattan, the heroine known as Hellcat is attempting to capture the villain known as Ruby Thursday, who is speeding away in a car. This comes to the attention of the authorities who deploy John Jameson in the EVA-1. Along with him is his newly wed wife, the She-Hulk. As they approach the scene, She-Hulk leaps off the craft and tackles Hellcat onto the road. When her fellow Avenger asks why she is stopping her instead of Ruby, She-Hulk points out that she isn't a registered superhero. When Hellcat protests this, she points out that after a series of superhero related incidents they don't have the liberty of running around unlicensed. Hellcat rescinds and agrees to register, but points out that Thursday is getting away. However, She-Hulk has already thought of this and sent the Two-Gun Kid ahead to capture the villain before she can get away. After the battle is over, Hellcat remembers that She-Hulk had recently gotten married and asks her how its going. Jennifer remarks that it feels like she is soaring and doesn't think she will ever stop.

Meanwhile, at Ryker's Island, a former Hydra agent named Elliot Kohl is told that he is getting a conjugal visit, but it's not his wife. When Kohl enters the private room he is surprised to see an attractive woman waiting for him. She convinces him that she is a gift from Hydra over the Starfox incident. When Elliot confirms that he was faking his attraction to Starfox, Pug comes out of the shadows and assaults him. This was all a sting, with Ditto posing as the attractive woman to get the truth out of former terrorist. Learning that this was all a ruse, Pug recalls that Starfox's powers were always short lived leaving him to wonder how Jennifer could still be madly in love with John Jameson after so much time. While back at Timely Plaza, Mallory Book is in a meeting with the villain known as the Gray Gargoyle who is looking for legal representation to sue Thor Girl for attacking him. Hearing this, Awesome Andy pulls her aside and tells her that she can't sue superheroes to expose their identities because it is wrong. Andy insists that she do it for him and she agrees to drop the case because she loves him so much. This whole display is overheard by the Two-Gun Kid who finds Mallory's behavior increasingly suspicious.

Back at the Excelsior apartments, John and She-Hulk are getting ready for the day when they are interrupted by a mail delivery by a man who appears to be Willie Lumpkin. He explains that these are all packages accidentally delivered to the Baxter Building to congratulate She-Hulk on her recent wedding. However, once "Willie" is gone he doffs his disguise, revealing himself to be none other than Alistair Smythe. In the packages is a mechanical spider that crawls up John's back and bites him in the neck, injecting him with a chemical. Smyth has done so as he blames J. Jonah Jameson for the death of his own father. As John becomes ill, Jennifer calls Pug and asks him to get something from the pharmacy for John. Pug has just been given a vial by a mysterious woman who tells him that this will solve his problem. Intending to give it to John, Augustus tells Jennifer that he will be right there. While in the basement of Timely Plaza, Stu Cicero tries to explain to his staff the volume numberings for the various She-Hulk series. When pointing out the correct numbering he suddenly makes a connection to something he should have noticed instantly. Grabbing a copy of She-Hulk #7, Stu then storms out of the basement.

Later, Pug arrives at the apartment he shares with Jennifer, and tires to explain to her that she and John's emotions have been affected by Starfox and the vial in his hand can fix the problem. Jennifer dismisses the idea as a joke, but before he can convince her, they are interrupted by John who has become incredibly aggressive. Pointing out that Pug has feelings for Jennifer, John tries to engage in a fight, forcing She-Hulk to get between the two men. John then taunts Pug enough to make him punch Jameson out. As Jennifer tries to restrain him, John gives into the change happening inside him and turns into the Man-Wolf again and attacks. While back at the offices of Goodman, Leiber, Kurtzburg, and Holliway, Stu Cicero meets with Arthur Zix. Using the proof found in She-Hulk #7, Stu explains his deduction that Arthur Zix is actually the robot known as Rigel Type Zeta-9. With his secret out, Zix pulls out a gun from his desk and seemingly atomizes Stu right where he stands. He then gets on the phone with his secretary and tells her that they have a new position that needs to be filled.

Appearing in "6 Shots to the Heart"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #11.

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Synopsis for "6 Shots to the Heart"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #11.

Earlier in the Day

Augustus Pugliese has stopped at the Queen and Castle Magic Shop in Greenwich Village where he purchases a potion that will put the stop to any love spell. However, the elderly woman working the shop warns Pug that a spell of this power comes at a cost.

Now

When trying to administer the potion to the She-Hulk, in order to get her to realize that she only loves John Jameson because of the powers of Starfox, the pair are attacked when John suddenly transforms into the Man-Wolf again. Outside, Awesome Andy is coming home with Mallory Book. They are talking about cooking and eating and how Andy can absorb the abilities of others when they pass by She-Hulk and Pug's apartment. Hearing the racket coming from inside, Mallory assumes that Jennifer and John are just fooling around. When they arrive at Andy's apartment, they discover that his roommate, the Two-Gun Kid, has packed up his things and he has decided to leave. This comes as a surprise to Mallory who begs him not to go. When he asks why, she suddenly can't bring herself to answer the question.

Before they can figure out what's wrong with Mallory, the She-Hulk and Man-Wolf come crashing in through the door. Thinking that John is a werewolf and seeing that Pug has been injured, Two-Gun decides that he must kill the wolf otherwise, Pug will also turn into one as well. Using his rifle, Two-Gun shoots the Man-Wolf in the back. However, this has no effect on John. The Man-Wolf then smashes out of the window and gets away. Not understanding what is going on, the Kid assures Jennifer that the Man-Wolf will revert back to normal at daylight. However, this is far from the truth, as the Man-Wolf leaps from building to building. A voice in his head tells him to stop resisting the power of the Godgem, reminding him how he found the power while on the moon and that he must become the Stargod once more. While back at the Excelsior, Pug is being loaded into an ambulance. Before he is taken away, he gives her the disc containing the security footage that proves Starfox used his powers on John and Jen as well as the anti-love potion and tells her to get them to She-Hulk.

Not far away, She-Hulk and Two-Gun are out searching for the Man-Wolf. Following his trial, the Two-Gun tells She-Hulk to stand back and let him handle it, secretly putting a silver bullet into his revolver. When the Man-Wolf attacks, Two-Gun shoots him in the stomach. Horrified by what happened, Jen shoves Matt aside and rushes to her husband's side. Meanwhile, Pug has been taken to the hospital where he is treated by Dr. Jane Foster. Foster is pulled away as word that She-Hulk is coming to treat John comes in. Left alone, Mallory tries to view the disc that Pug gave her to find out what's on it, but Andy insists that she try and let Pug get his rest. When She-Hulk gets John to the hospital he is rushed off to surgery. Jane Foster tells Jennifer that they need to contact the authorities because John is an unregistered superhuman. While back in Pug's hospital room, Mallory watches the video and questions if she really loves Andy, or if it's because of Starfox's powers. When she considers that Eros' powers are only temporary she theorizes that Andy must have duplicated the powers to ensure that she, Jennifer, and John remain under Starfox's spell. Andy is mortified by the suggestion but decides to shut off all his powers to prove their love is genuine. No sooner are they off does Mallory become angry and berates him for manipulating her emotions like this. She tells him to get away from her and Andy, leaves broken hearted.

Meanwhile, in the operating theater, She-Hulk watches over the surgery when Andy's influence wears off and she discovers that she doesn't have any feelings for John Jameson. While on the operating table, John dreams and is enticed into becoming the Stargod again. John gives into his powers, allowing them to heal him. Transformed fully into the Stargod, Jennifer is happy to see that he is okay. John explains that he has the chance to become the Stargod otherwise give up the power. She-Hulk wants him to give it up instead of being the Man-Wolf. However, he shocks her by telling her that he will only give up his power if she gives up hers first.

Appearing in "Remember The Titans"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #12.

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Synopsis for "Remember The Titans"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #12.

On the Saturnian moon of Titan, Starfox is being made to stand trial for the crime of sexual assault committed on Earth's moon. Eros willingly allows himself to be tried, and is taken by Captain Marvel to Shao-Lom Temple of Pama to be placed in a Judgement Chair. Strapped in, Moondragon prepares to probe Starfox's mind to determine if he is guilty of his crimes. However, before the trial can continue it is interrupted by the Magistrati, emissaries of the Living Tribunal. They insist that since the crimes were committed on Earth that their Earth representative, the She-Hulk, act as judge over the trial. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Arthur Zix's secretary Dottie comes in after hearing that he blasted Stu Cicero with his ray gun for discovering his identity. Zix orders "Dottie" to cease her disguise, and she changes back into her true form, that of Ditto, the law firm's shapechanger and process server. Still needing to keep his identity a secret, Zix orders Ditto to pose as Cicero in order to maintain his cover. Receiving a call from the Magistrati, Zix reverts back to his true form, that of the robot Rigel Unit Zeta-9 and flies off to observe the coming trial on Titan.

Elsewhere, She-Hulk is furious with John Jameson for demanding that she give up being She-Hulk in exchange for him renouncing the power of the Stargod. Their argument is interrupted by Zeta-9 who tells her that she is needed to preside over a case. As Jennifer's clothes are changed into the ceremonial robes of the Magistrati, John protests her departure because last time she was gone for an extended period of time. She-Hulk tells him that she has to go as it is her sacred vow. John asks her about the vow she made to him when they got married, but she is already long gone by the time he says it. When she learns that she is to observe the trial of Starfox, She-Hulk tries to refuse the case. However, the Living Tribunal appears before her and tells her that her personal ties with Eros do not matter as it is her job to serve universal law. He then shows her the hidden face under the Tribunal's hood, it appears to be hers, and he tells her that it is the face of necessity a reminder to judge others as we would like to be judged. Her protests dispelled, Jennifer agrees to preside over the trial.

While back on Earth, Two-Gun Kid is being patched up by Jane Foster after his fight with the Man-Wolf when he sees Awesome Andy sulking away. When Two-Gun asks why Andy isn't with Mallory, he tells the Kid and Jane that he is not worthy and walks off. While Two-Gun is confused by this statement, Jane fears what is words actually mean. At that moment, Jennifer arrives on Titan and is greeted with protests from Mentor who is less than happy with how Jen handled his son's case earlier. However, she insists that she is the only one qualified to preside and when the Titan's worldmind ISAAC agrees with her, all protests end. The first witness is Mentor, who testifies about the character of his son, pointing out that he has a defender of the universe who has fought along the side of Captain Marvel's legendary father. The next witness is Pip the Troll, who hurts the defense when he conjures up images of all of Starfox's female conquests. Learning that this trial was to confirm if Starfox used his powers inappropriately, Pip apologizes and wishes Eros the best of luck before leaving.

Deciding that female witness is needed, She-Hulk offers herself up. All objections are sustained when ISAAC points out that only memories that can be corroborated by both individuals in the mind meld can be admissible. Probing Starfox's mind, She-Hulk learns that on the night the two had their fling, Eros did not use his powers on her. However, he does admit that he used them on her and John when he last saw them. Realizing that Augustus was right the whole time, She-Hulk loses her temper and tires to attack Eros, but is subdued by Captain Marvel. This starts a fight between Marvel, Moondragon and She-Hulk, but they instantly stop and call a truce when Thanos arrives. The Mad Titan explains that she is seeking to testify on the behalf of his brother. Everyone reluctantly agrees, and Thanos shares a memory of when a beloved family pet had died, making Thanos sad. Eros tried to cheer his brother up by using his powers on him. This convinces everyone in the room that Starfox is guilty of an even greater crime: that he was responsible for Thanos' love of Death, and therefor responsible for all the death and destruction his mad brother has caused over the years.

Appearing in "Mind Field"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #13.

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Synopsis for "Mind Field"

This story is a reprint of the comic
She-Hulk Vol 2 #13.

The trial against Starfox continues on the moon of Titan with a surprise witness: Thanos. Thanos has just dropped a huge bombshell on the court, that Starfox's powers were responsible for his obsession with Death, thus making Eros responsible for his crimes. While this comes as a massive shock over this revelation, She-Hulk -- who has been selected by the Magistrati to preside over the trial -- isn't sure if she buys the story laid out by Thanos. When she calls Thanos on this, she demands that the madman undergo examination in the mind chair. Thanos agrees, and Jennifer's consciousness is placed into Thanos' mind by Moondragon. Inside the mindscape of Thanos, She-Hulk finds a massive mental block and smashes through it. On the other side she finds a memory of Thanos and his assistant Seductra creating an identical clone of Thanos. With his scheme almost revealed, Thanos begins thinking of another time and another place. This causes She-Hulk to be shunted into a different memory. It is a replay of the time when Thanos had taken control of the Cosmic Cube. Taking control of this memory, Thanos uses the Cube to revert She-Hulk to the state she was at that time: ordinary Jennifer Walters, as she was still in law school at the time. Seeing that Jennifer is in trouble, Starfox uses the judgment chair to beam himself into his brother's mind to help her. However, before Thanos can destroy them, the memory of Captain Marvel leaps in and smashes the Cosmic Cube, causing the memory to shatter sending Jennifer and Starfox tumbling into another memory.

Meanwhile, back on Earth, at Midtown General Hospital, Mallory Book and Pug compete to see whose life is more of a mess thanks to their association with She-Hulk. They are interrupted by John Jameson, who is still in his Stargod form. He apologizes for attacking Pug as he wasn't himself. Taking Augustus' jacket, Stargod gets Jennifer's scent so he can track her and then flies away, heading into the stars. Back in the mind of Thanos, Jennifer and Eros find themselves in his the middle of the battle with the Avengers when he created a massive synthetic Soul Gem. Eros offers his aid to Jennifer, but she refuses his help not wanting him to touch her until he comes clean about using his powers on her. Before he can explain himself, the memory shifts forward again to the Infinity Gauntlet crisis. Although Jennifer finds herself back in her She-Hulk form, Eros' mouth is sealed over, just like it was during that battle. As Thanos gloats over his supremacy, the Stargod arrives on Titan and after learning what has happened tries to fight Thanos.

The Mad Titan fights back on two fronts, clashing with Stargod in the real world, while simultaneously fighting She-Hulk inside his mind. Hearing the conversation that Thanos is having with the waking world tips Jennifer off as to who Thanos is fighting. Suddenly, the villain pulls himself back out into the physical world, leaving Jennifer to continue her quest inside his mind. Making Eros able to talk again, he insists that he never used his powers to influence the night they spent together a few years back. They then go looking into the memories that Thanos was trying to keep from them. They witness as Thanos and Seductra put in the final touches on the Thanos clone. There they see how they manufactured the clone to be a perfect copy of Thanos, with the false memories of how Eros used his powers to make him fall in love with Death. They then drugged Eros and manipulated his mind to make him use his powers recklessly and plant the false memories in his mind. Having heard enough, She-Hulk has Moondragon pull herself and Eros from the mind melt. She then confronts this clone of Thanos with the truth. As she pummels the villain, she mentions how this scheme manipulated her into marrying John Jameson.

Meanwhile, back on Earth, Mallory and Pug finish their visit and the heartbroken man is left alone. He thinks about the potion he got at the Queen and Castle magic shop, how it will cancel out a love spell, and how the woman who sold it to him warns him that the elixir comes with a price. Deciding that it is worth the risk, Pug drinks it himself and quickly drops the vial after he consumes the strange liquid. In the aftermath of the battle, Eros is informed that the tampering done on his mind can be reversed but at the cost of his powers. Starfox gladly accepts this as he no longer wishes to manipulate the minds of others after his ordeal. Mentor then orders his son to return Earth and make reparations for the wrongs he has unintentionally caused. Zeta 9 then informs John and Jennifer that it is time to return to Earth, but She-Hulk asks for a moment to talk to John in private. With the truth about their feelings for one another revealed to have been manipulated by Starfox, the couple are at odds over what to do next.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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