Jennifer Walters / She-Hulk

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Jennifer Susan Walters (aka She-Hulk) is a character from Marvel. She is Bruce Banner's cousin who works as a lawyer, but an accident requiring a blood transfusion gives her the abilities of the Hulk when Bruce volunteered as a donor.


Jennifer Walters is the daughter of Sheriff Morris Walters. Jennifer is also the cousin of Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Incredible Hulk. Though she was five years younger than Bruce, Jennifer developed a close sister-and-brother relationship with her cousin while they were growing up together. After they reached adulthood, they eventually went their separate ways as they both pursued different careers. Jennifer studied for a career in law and eventually became a lawyer.

She attended UCLA School of Law where she became one of the top legal scholars and earned her Junior Doctor Degree there. She would eventually earn her Master's degree at Harvard Law School. One day, Bruce decided to visit Jennifer and re-establish their once-close relationship. Unfortunately, on that very same day, Jennifer was shot and seriously wounded by men working for Nicholas Trask, a crime boss who had once been an enemy of her father and also the enemy of one of Jennifer’s clients. To save Jennifer's life, Bruce gave his cousin a blood transfusion of his own blood since there were no other donors of her type available. Bruce's gamma-radiated blood caused Jennifer to transform into the savage She-Hulk. Jennifer first transformed into the She-Hulk when Trask’s men came to finish off Jennifer by posing as doctors. However, Jennifer quickly recognized them, and in fear for her life, transformed into the She-Hulk, easily dispatching the would-be killers.

Comics[edit | edit source]

Marvel Graphic Novel #18: The Sensational She-Hulk[edit | edit source]

Released date: November, 1985

Sensational She-Hulk (Volume 1)[edit | edit source]

Omnibus Cover

Issue #4

"Tall DisOrder"
Released date: August, 1989

Issue #7

"I Have No Mouth and I Am Mean!"
Released date: November, 1989

Issue #10

"Mass-Market Menace!"
Released date: December, 1989

Issue #11

"The Adventure of Pseudo-Man!"
Released date: January, 1990

Issue #15

"Secret Warts"
Released date: May, 1990

Issue #16

"The Lowbrow Hunters"
Released date: June, 1990

Issue #18

"The Dentist in the Iron Mask!"
Released date: August, 1990

Issue #19

"Year Zero"
Released date: September, 1990

Issue #21

"Atomic Secrets!"
Released date: November, 1990

Issue #22

"Blondes & Bombshells!"
Released date: December, 1990

Issue #23

"Las Vegas Mon Amour"
Released date: January, 1991

Issue #40

"Can You Believe This..??"
Released date: June, 1992

Issue #43

"What's Xemnu With You?"
Released date: September, 1992

Issue #47

"Master Puppet!"
Released date: January, 1993

Issue #49

"Love Conquers All"
Released date: March, 1993

Issue #50

"He's Dead?!"
Released date: April, 1993

Issue #52

"Visit L.A. -- and Die!"
Released date: June, 1993

Issue #54

"Alive Again"
Released date: August, 1993

Issue #55

"The Young and the Resurrected"
Released date: September, 1993

Marvel Illustrated: The Swimsuit Issue[edit | edit source]

Released date: January, 1991

Marvel Swimsuit Special[edit | edit source]

Issue #3

Released date: January, 1994

Issue #4

Released date: December, 1995

Fantastic Four (Volume 3)[edit | edit source]

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"Lost Hope!"
Released date: October, 1999

Deadpool (Volume 3)[edit | edit source]

Issue #44

"Cat Trap (Or Wakanda, Merc are you?)"
Released date: July 26, 2000

Avengers (Volume 3)[edit | edit source]

Issue #72

Released date: November, 2003

Issue #73

"Savage Attack"
Released date: December, 2003

Issue #74

"Sticks and Stones"
Released date: January, 2004

Issue #75

"With Friends Like These..."
Released date: February, 2004

She-Hulk (Volume 1)[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

"The Girl From Gamma Gamma Gamma"
Released date: May, 2004

Issue #8

"Engagement Ring"
Released date: December, 2004

Issue #9

"Strong Enough"
Released date: January, 2005

Issue #11

"Imbalance of Power"
Released date: March, 2005

She-Hulk (Volume 2)[edit | edit source]

Issue #4

"Back To Bone"
Released date: March, 2006

Issue #7

"Change of Heart"
Released date: May 10, 2006

Issue #22

"Jaded: Episode 1"
Released date: December, 2007

Issue #23

"Jaded: Episode 2"
Released date: January, 2008

Issue #24

"Jaded: Episode 3"
Released date: February, 2008

Issue #25

"The Whole Hero Thing: Part 1"
Released date: March, 2008

Issue #26

"The Whole Hero Thing: Conclusion"
Released date: April, 2008

Issue #27

"Friends in Need"
Released date: May, 2008

Issue #28

"Dark Art, Part 1"
Released date: June, 2008

Issue #29

"Dark Art, Part 2"
Released date: July, 2008

Hulk (Volume 2)[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

"Who is the Hulk?"
Released date: March, 2008

Issue #2

"The Smoking Gun"
Released date: April, 2008

Issue #7

"What Happens in Vegas"
Released date: December, 2008

Issue #9

Released date: February, 2009

Issue #24

"The Strongest There Is"
Released date: August 18, 2010

Hulk Family: Green Genes[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

Released date: February, 2009

All-New Savage She-Hulk (Volume 2)[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

"W.M.D. Women of Mass Destruction"
Releashed date: June, 2009

Issue #2

"Universal Soldier"
Released date: July, 2009

Issue #3

Killer Madonna
Released date: October 21, 2009

Issue #4

Born to Rage
Released date: July 22, 2009

The Incredible Hulk (Volume 2)[edit | edit source]

Issue #602

Story 2: Clash of Furies Part 2
Released date: September 23, 2009


She-Hulk: Sensational (One-Shot)[edit | edit source]

"The She-Hulk Story that's a riff on Christmas Carol"
Released date: March 31, 2010

Fear Itself: Fearsome Four[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

Part One: Fight Fear With Fear
Released date: June 8, 2011

Issue #2

Part Two: Stranger Bedfellows
Released date: July 20, 2011

Hulk (Volume 4)[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

"Deconstructed: Part One"
Released date: December 28, 2016

Issue #3

"Deconstructed: Part Three"
Released date: February 22, 2017

Issue #4

"Deconstructed: Part Four"
Released date: March 22, 2017

Issue #5

"Deconstructed: Part Five"
Released date: April 26, 2017

Issue #6

"Deconstructed: Part Six"
Released date: May 31, 2017

Issue #7

Released date: June 14, 2017

Issue #8

"The Let Them Eat Cake Part Two"
Released date: July 12, 2017

Issue #9

"Valley of the Hulks"
Released date: August 9, 2017

Issue #10

Released date: September 13, 2017

Issue #11

Released date: August 9, 2017

Avengers (Volume 8)[edit | edit source]

July 2018—onwards

Issue #1

"The Final Host"
Released Date: May 2, 2018

Issue #2

"Still Avenging After All These Years"
Released Date: May 16, 2018

Issue #3

"Where Space Gods Go To Die"
Released Date: June 20, 2018

Issue #4

"A Battle That Was Lost A Million Years Ago"
Released Date: July 4, 2018

Issue #5

"The Secret Origin of the Marvel Universe"
Released Date: July 18, 2018

Issue #6

"Planet of Pathogens"
Released Date: August 22, 2018

Issue #10

"Planet of Pathogens"
Released Date: November 14, 2018

Issue #11

"The Strength and Conviction of Phillip Coulson"
Released Date: December 12, 2018

Wakanda Forever Avengers (Volume 1)[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

"Chapter Three: Reflections"
Released date: August 22, 2018

Empyre: Avengers (Volume 1)[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

"Chapter Three: Reflections"
Released date: August 22, 2018

Immortal Hulk (Volume 1)[edit | edit source]

Issue #7 - (December 2018)

Issue #46


War of the Realms Strikeforce: The Dark Elf Realm[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

Released Date: May 1, 2019

Immortal She-Hulk[edit | edit source]

Issue #1

"The Three Deaths of Jennifer Walters"
Released Date: September 22, 2020

Animation[edit | edit source]

Incredible Hulk (1996)[edit | edit source]

She-Hulk appeared in 1996 The Incredible Hulk animated series. She was voiced by Lisa Zane in season one and Cree Summer in season two. The series again had a slightly altered origin, Jennifer Walters being Bruce Banner's cousin who receives a blood transfusion after being injured by attacking robotic minions of Doctor Doom. Another notable difference was that in a nod to the Sensational era, this transformation was effectively one way and she greatly enjoyed her new form. She only appeared in two episodes in season one, but practically pushed Hulk aside for center stage in season two in an unsuccessful effort to broaden the appeal of the series to girls, going from a fun and interesting character to an over the top yet comical femme fatale in season two. This revision was reviled by most fans of the show and frequently mentioned as its cause for cancellation. Also, the style in which she is drawn is slightly different between the first season and second season. During the first two episodes, she was featured in She-Hulk was shown as appearing more muscular. However afterward these were smoothed out to make her appear more feminine

Doomed[edit | edit source]

Season 1, Episode 7
November 3, 1996

Fantastic Fortitude[edit | edit source]

Season 1, Episode 8
November 10, 1996

Hulk of a Different Color[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 1
September 21, 1997

Down Memory Lane[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 2
September 28, 1997

Mind Over Anti-Matter[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 3
October 5, 1997

They Call Me Mr. Fixit[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 4
October 26, 1997

Fashion Warriors[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 5
November 2, 1997

Hollywood Rocks[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 6
November 9, 1997

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The Lost Village[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 7
November 16, 1997

Mission: Incredible[edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 8
November 23, 1997

Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes[edit | edit source]

The Cure[edit | edit source]

Episode 18
June 9, 2007

The Super Hero Squad Show[edit | edit source]

She-Hulk is an ally to the Super Hero Squad and the cousin of Hulk (though he doesn't seem to remember that). She assists the Super Hero Squad in rescuing Nova from Thanos. She dated Iron Man but broke him up with her for unknown reasons (possibly because she is a gamma mutant). She is as strong as Hulk (because they both have the same Gamma infusion) and was called to assist the Hulk as a new strength factor.

In the comics and other media, she is not quite as strong as Hulk.

This incarnation of the series, She voiced by Katee Sackhoff.

So Pretty When They Explode![edit | edit source]

Season 2, Episode 11
Airdate: January 29, 2011

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H[edit | edit source]

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Marvel TL;DR[edit | edit source]

Season 3, Episode 7
September 24, 2018

She-Hulk is going to prove that all those student loans were worth it and show off what she does best: beat bad guys in a court of law. She voiced by Kira Buckland from the web series.

Marvel Super Hero Adventures[edit | edit source]

From Hulk to Eternity[edit | edit source]

Season 3, Episode 4
April 10, 2019

The Incredible Hulk Roller Coaster Film[edit | edit source]


The cg videos produced as queue entertainments for The Incredible Hulk Coaster at the Universal Studios Islands of Adventure theme park in Orlando, Florida included a female Hulk character.

Trading Cards[edit | edit source]

Marvel Masterpieces[edit | edit source]

VS System[edit | edit source]

Wizard Magazine[edit | edit source]

Video Games[edit | edit source]

Marvel: Avengers Alliance[edit | edit source]

Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2[edit | edit source]

Marvel: Future Fight[edit | edit source]

Marvel Heroes[edit | edit source]

Marvel VS Capcom 3[edit | edit source]

Marvel Champions: Living Card game[edit | edit source]

MARVEL Collect! by Topps[edit | edit source]

Marvel: Contest of Champions[edit | edit source]

She-Hulk is a Science class champion in the Contest of Champions who forms a synergy with 19 other characters, available as a 3-Star, 4-Star and 5-Star champion. When a bullet meant for her father struck Jennifer Walters, it seemed that all was lost. Bleeding out and in desperate need of a donor for her rare blood type, it was her cousin Bruce Banner that stepped forward to save her.

Marvel: Avengers Academy[edit | edit source]

Marvel Puzzle Quest[edit | edit source]

Marvel: War of Heroes[edit | edit source]

Statues/Figurines[edit | edit source]

Marvel Bishoujo Collection Statue by Kotobukiya[edit | edit source]

Released date:April, 2015

Adi Granov Artist Series Statue by Sideshow Collectibles[edit | edit source]

Released date:October, 2019

ARTFX Premier Statue by Kotobukiya[edit | edit source]

Released date:October, 2019

Other Media[edit | edit source]