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| CoverArtist2 = Rain Beredo
 
| CoverArtist2 = Rain Beredo
   
| Editor1_1 = Bill Rosemann
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| BlockQuote = {{conversation
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|How did you meet Jen?|[[Susan Storm (Earth-616)|Invisible Woman]]
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|Interstellar lesbian dating service.|[[Jazinda Kl'rt-Spawn (Earth-616)|"Lilandra"]]
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|She's kidding. She '''loves''' to kid. She's a crack-up, that Jaz.|[[Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)|She-Hulk]]
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|So you are not--|[[Thundra (Earth-715)|Thundra]]
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|Nope.|[[Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)|She-Hulk]]
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|Pity.|[[Thundra (Earth-715)|Thundra]]
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}}
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| StoryTitle1 = Lady Liberators, Part 1
 
| Writer1_1 = Peter David
 
| Writer1_1 = Peter David
 
| Penciler1_1 = Vincenzo Cucca
 
| Penciler1_1 = Vincenzo Cucca
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| Colourist1_1 = Barbara Ciardo
 
| Colourist1_1 = Barbara Ciardo
 
| Letterer1_1 = Dave Sharpe
 
| Letterer1_1 = Dave Sharpe
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| Editor1_1 = Bill Rosemann
   
| Quotation =
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| Synopsis1 = She-Hulk has gone to the headquarters of Freeman Bonding for some work, only to discover that there are no outstanding bounties. Emilee Freeman wonders how Jennifer could have time after she founded the Lady Liberators, but tells her that she will call if anything comes up. As Jennifer heads home, she catches a news report about the nation of Marinmer is still in crisis after a devastating earthquake. When she gets back home, she talks to Jazinda about it the political climate there. She laments over how the government has refused outside aid, mostly because those most impacted by the earthquake are from an opposing religious sect. Jennifer decides that she needs to do something and asks Jazinda for her help. She also puts in a call to the Lady Liberators. The first to arrive is Valkyrie, who points out that what they do may start a war. She-Hulk admits that is possible, but points out that her teammates in the Avengers are in no position to do anything because US oil interests in Marinmer. Soon, Thundra and the Invisible Woman arrive. With the team altogether, She-Hulk points out that all the aid money is going into the pockets of the government, run by Darqon Par, and food and medical supplies are going to waste in warehouses. The situation is made worse because of the interests of the Chinese and Russian governments prevent the United Nations from going in. With her teammates agreeing to partake on this mission, their ride arrives.
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| StoryTitle1 =
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Their transport is Jazinda's ship which the Skrull pulled out of Lake Winnipeg. Since the fact that she is a Skrull is sensitive after the Secret Invasion, Jazinda has taken on the form of a Shi'ar. Using the ships cloaking systems, the Lady Liberators manage to make a landing at the airport in Marimer and begin removing the supplies from the hangers. News quickly reaches Darqon Par who is most amused by the recent development. He picks up the phone and calls the Russian President to ask for a favor. The Lady Liberators are unopposed by the guards at the airport, but soon they are confronted by the Winter Guard, who have been sent to stop the Lady Liberators on behalf of the Russian government.
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| Appearing1 =
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| Appearing1 =
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
* [[Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)|She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters)]]
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* {{apn|[[Jennifer Walters (Earth-616)|She-Hulk (Jen Walters)]]}}
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
* [[Jazinda Kl'rt-Spawn (Earth-616)|Jazinda]]
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* {{a|[[Freeman Bonding Incorporated (Earth-616)|Freeman Bonding Inc.]]}}
* [[Lady Liberators (Earth-616)|Lady Liberators]]
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** {{apn|[[Jazinda Kl'rt-Spawn (Earth-616)|Jazinda]]}}
** [[Brunnhilde (Earth-616)|Valkyrie]]
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** {{apn|[[Emilee Freeman (Earth-616)|Emilee Freeman]]|She-Hulk Vol 2 #24|She-Hulk Vol 2 #37}}
** [[Thundra (Earth-715)|Thundra]]
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* {{a|[[Lady Liberators (Earth-616)|Lady Liberators]]}}
** [[Susan Storm (Earth-616)|Invisible Woman (Sue Richards)]]
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** {{apn|[[Brunnhilde (Earth-616)|Valkyrie (Brunnhilde)]]|Hulk Vol 2 #9|}}
* [[Aragorn (Earth-616)|Aragorn]]
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** {{apn|[[Thundra (Earth-715)|Thundra]]|Secret Invasion: Inhumans #4}}
'''Villains:'''
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** {{apn|[[Susan Storm (Earth-616)|Invisible Woman (Sue Richards)]]|Fantastic Four #569}}
* Darqon Par {{1st}}
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'''Antagonists:'''
* [[Winter Guard (Earth-616)|Winter Guard]]
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* {{apn|[[Darqon Par (Earth-616)|President Darqon Par]]|-|She-Hulk Vol 2 #36}} {{1st}}
** [[Mikhail Ursus (Earth-616)|Major Ursa (Mikhail Ursus)]]
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* {{a|[[Winter Guard (Earth-616)|Winter Guard]]}}
** [[Anton (Red Guardian) (Earth-616)|Red Guardian (Anton)]]
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** {{apn|[[Red Guardian (Anton) (Earth-616)|Red Guardian (Anton)]]|Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 35}}
** [[Sasha Roerich (Earth-616)|Darkstar (Sasha)]]
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** {{apn|[[Mikhail Ursus (Earth-616)|Ursa Major (Mikhail Ursus)]]|Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 35}}
** [[Boris Vadim (Earth-616)|Crimson Dynamo (Vadim)]]
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** {{apn|[[Sasha Roerich (Earth-616)|Darkstar (Sasha Roerich)]]|Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 35}}
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** {{apn|[[Boris Vadim (Earth-616)|Crimson Dynamo (Boris Vadim)]]|Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 35}}
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
* Emilee
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* {{apn|[[Aragorn (Earth-616)|Aragorn]]|Hulk Vol 2 #8|She-Hulk Vol 2 #38}}
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* {{apn|[[Dona Little (Earth-616)|Dona Little]]|She-Hulk Vol 2 #24|-}}
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* {{apn|[[Rosalind Little (Earth-616)|Roz Little]]|She-Hulk Vol 2 #24|-}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Kl'rt (Earth-616)|Super-Skrull (Kl'rt)]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Thaddeus Ross (Earth-616)|Red Hulk]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Avengers (Earth-616)|Avengers]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Reed Richards (Earth-616)|Reed Richards]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Ororo Munroe (Earth-616)|Storm (Ororo Munroe)]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Alison Blaire (Earth-616)|Dazzler (Alison Blaire)]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Greer Grant (Earth-616)|Tigra (Greer Grant)]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Shi'ar (Race)|Shi'ar]]}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* [[New York City]]
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* {{1st|[[Marinmer]]}}
** [[Avengers Tower]]
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* {{a|[[United States of America|United States]]}}
* Dona Little Trailer Park
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** {{a|[[New York State]]}}
* Marinmer {{1st}}
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*** {{a|[[New York City]]}}
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**** {{a|[[Manhattan]]}}
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***** {{a|[[Stark Tower (Columbus Circle, Original)|Stark Tower]]}}
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** {{a|[[New Jersey]]}}
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*** {{a|[[Dona Little's Trailer Park]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[Russia]]}}
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* {{Mentioned|[[China]]}}
 
'''Items:'''
 
'''Items:'''
* [[Crimson Dynamo Armor Mark IV|Crimson Dynamo Armor MK III]]
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* {{a|[[Crimson Dynamo Armor Mark IV|Crimson Dynamo Armor MK III]]}}
 
'''Vehicles:'''
 
'''Vehicles:'''
* Skrull ship
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* {{a|[[She-Hulk's R.V.]]}}
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* {{a|[[She-Hulk's Motorcycle]]}}
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* {{a|[[Skrull Scoutship (First Line)|Skrull Scoutship]]}}
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| Solicit = * From the pages of HULK, the Lady Liberators arrive to launch a new story arc!
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* She-Hulk has been capturing the bad-guys as a bounty hunter…but is that enough for our conflicted hero?
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* Time to kick things up a notch– and that means calling in Valkyrie, Thundra and the Invisible Woman to dispense some hard justice as the Lady Liberators!
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* The red-hot team of Peter David (STEPHAN KING’S DARK TOWER) and GG Studio’s Vincenzo Cucca continue to shake things up in a major way for everyone’s favorite green glamazon – and her next big journey starts here!
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| Notes = ===Continuity Notes===
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* She-Hulk mentions how she formed the Lady Liberators to battle the Red Hulk, as seen in {{c|Hulk Vol 2 #7}}.
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* Darqon Par places a call to Russian President Vladimir Putin. This should be considered a [[Glossary:Topical Reference|topical reference]] per the [[Glossary:Sliding Timescale|Sliding Timescale]] of [[Earth-616]].
   
| Notes = * This incarnation of the [[Lady Liberators (Earth-616)|Lady Liberators]] was first formed in [[Comics:Hulk Vol 2 7|Hulk Volume 2 #7]] in order to bring down the [[Thaddeus Ross (Earth-616)|red Hulk]].
 
* This incarnation of the [[Winter Guard (Earth-616)|Winter Guard]] last appeared in [[Comics:Hulk Vol 2 1|Hulk Volume 2 #1]]. They're given first names in the next issue.
 
 
| Trivia =
 
| Trivia =
 
| Recommended =
 
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Latest revision as of 19:11, August 7, 2018


Susan Storm (Earth-616) from Fantastic Four Vol 5 13 cover
Invisible Woman
How did you meet Jen?
Conversation Tail

"Lilandra"
Interstellar lesbian dating service.
Conversation Tail
She-Hulk Vol 1 9 Textless
She-Hulk
She's kidding. She loves to kid. She's a crack-up, that Jaz.
Conversation Tail

Thundra
So you are not--
Conversation Tail
She-Hulk Vol 1 9 Textless
She-Hulk
Nope.
Conversation Tail

Thundra
Pity.
Conversation Tail

Appearing in "Lady Liberators, Part 1"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "Lady Liberators, Part 1"

She-Hulk has gone to the headquarters of Freeman Bonding for some work, only to discover that there are no outstanding bounties. Emilee Freeman wonders how Jennifer could have time after she founded the Lady Liberators, but tells her that she will call if anything comes up. As Jennifer heads home, she catches a news report about the nation of Marinmer is still in crisis after a devastating earthquake. When she gets back home, she talks to Jazinda about it the political climate there. She laments over how the government has refused outside aid, mostly because those most impacted by the earthquake are from an opposing religious sect. Jennifer decides that she needs to do something and asks Jazinda for her help. She also puts in a call to the Lady Liberators. The first to arrive is Valkyrie, who points out that what they do may start a war. She-Hulk admits that is possible, but points out that her teammates in the Avengers are in no position to do anything because US oil interests in Marinmer. Soon, Thundra and the Invisible Woman arrive. With the team altogether, She-Hulk points out that all the aid money is going into the pockets of the government, run by Darqon Par, and food and medical supplies are going to waste in warehouses. The situation is made worse because of the interests of the Chinese and Russian governments prevent the United Nations from going in. With her teammates agreeing to partake on this mission, their ride arrives.

Their transport is Jazinda's ship which the Skrull pulled out of Lake Winnipeg. Since the fact that she is a Skrull is sensitive after the Secret Invasion, Jazinda has taken on the form of a Shi'ar. Using the ships cloaking systems, the Lady Liberators manage to make a landing at the airport in Marimer and begin removing the supplies from the hangers. News quickly reaches Darqon Par who is most amused by the recent development. He picks up the phone and calls the Russian President to ask for a favor. The Lady Liberators are unopposed by the guards at the airport, but soon they are confronted by the Winter Guard, who have been sent to stop the Lady Liberators on behalf of the Russian government.

Solicit Synopsis

  • From the pages of HULK, the Lady Liberators arrive to launch a new story arc!
  • She-Hulk has been capturing the bad-guys as a bounty hunter…but is that enough for our conflicted hero?
  • Time to kick things up a notch– and that means calling in Valkyrie, Thundra and the Invisible Woman to dispense some hard justice as the Lady Liberators!
  • The red-hot team of Peter David (STEPHAN KING’S DARK TOWER) and GG Studio’s Vincenzo Cucca continue to shake things up in a major way for everyone’s favorite green glamazon – and her next big journey starts here!

Notes

Continuity Notes

  • She-Hulk mentions how she formed the Lady Liberators to battle the Red Hulk, as seen in Hulk Vol 2 #7.

See Also

Footnotes



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