Thor Just Hit She-Hulk for a Booty Call
Thor tries to get lucky in She-Hulk’s latest issue, but Jennifer Walters has other ideas.
The following contains spoilers for SheHulk #11 from Marvel Comics.
Thor tried to get back with his ex-love Sheulk in Sheulk#10, but without much success.
The God of Thunder’s “U Up?” Jennifer Walters doesn’t respond to texts. Jennifer is experiencing stress and depression due to the sudden disappearance of Jack of Hearts. Jennifer is distraught after her Avengers outing. She sees Thor’s message and decides to call Hellcat instead.
She-Hulk’s Romances w/ Thor and Jack Of Hearts
She-Hulk is known for having many flings and lasting relationships with many Marvel characters, from Iron Man to Hercules. She and Thor were briefly featured in 2018’s Avengers series by Jason Aaron and David Marquez. They had a brief affair, even sharing a kiss during battles and going on a date to the Savage Land. They officially announced their engagement in 2020’s Emery Fallout: Fantastic Four#1. However, their relationship ended in a year due to various events such as Marvel’s War of the Realms that kept them from getting closer for too long.
Jack of Hearts took on the role of SheHulk’s new love in her current series. However, their relationship has not been without its challenges. Jack is a mysterious superhero who can generate energy but requires tempering with a containment suit. This ability once took Bruce Banner’s and Jennifer’s Gamma-induced powers away in 1998’s Avengers#75. Large swathes within the superhero community have always been cautious about Jack’s abilities. Jack was unable to find a partner in Jennifer until he lost his powers during SheHulk.
Jack of Hearts in SheHulk #10
Jack attempted to sacrifice in SheHulk#9 in an attempt to stop April and Mark Booth from stealing SheHulk’s powers with Gamma radiation. Issue #10 reports that he survived, but was able to regain his unstable abilities. He then fled to the far reaches in fear that Jennifer would not want to be with him.
SheHulk#10 has been written by Rainbow Rowell. Takeshi Miyazawa illustrated the issue. Rico Renzi colored the pages and Joe Caramagna wrote the lettering. Jen Bartel’s main cover and David Talaski’s variant cover are featured in the issue. Marvel has SheHulk#10 on sale.