I've never really followed the she-hulk series much; one of the reasons being I found it weird that she never looked like this in the comics. If Hulk is a massive, hulking man, why would She-Hulk be any different?
It pisses me off that mainstream pop culture persists in mandating that all women be skinny and soft. To see that extended into the comic book franchise bothers me still, and to make a character and call her She Hulk merits a bit more alteration to the standard skinny female physique than to just make her a little bit taller. Pathetic of the comic books. . .truly pathetic.
This is a good representation of what She Hulk should have looked like from day one. Nice art.
You know, in the current She-Hulk continuity she gets exponentially bigger and stronger when she works out in human form. (See here - [link])
Skinny Jen Walters=normal-sized She-Hulk. Jen Walters after a couple months of weight training=ripped, massive She-Hulk. So this truly beautiful pic looks like She-Hulk if Jen Walters started competing in Ms Olympia.
Truly incredible work! This is my favourite She Hulk pic of all time ever! Her massive muscularity is so well balanced by her awesome cuteness. I love the ripped clothing too - it's done to perfection.
I think my favourite part, though, is her incredibly cute expression coupled with the way she's leaning forwards slightly as she flexes her incredibly massive bicep.
Thanks a thousand times over for one of the most memorable FM pics ever!
My only query is can we have a bigger version of the pic please?
Wow! You manage to add hundreds of pounds more mass and still every muscle and curve looks like a work of art - it really reminds me how stunningly beautiful human anatomy is! The freak in me really wonders just how much farther you can go - the artist just shakes his head and realizes how much beauty he's sacrifed in ignoring reality and trying to make muscles as big as possible. Your work is always a revelation to me.
Whatever the case, she's stunning. That face alone makes a persons heart throb like there's really a beatiful girl looking up at you from the page.
Jen has a little bit of a sneer, granted, but it's far more sensual than savage, there's even a gentle uncertainty to it - her eyes are sweet and hesitant, and her expression playful. Like she's just discovered the delicious candy of her own body and wants to have fun, but is a little afraid she'd going to get scolded like a little girl. Shulkie looks like a big green teddy bear that could crush battleships with her pinky finger but still really needs a hug. You almost think her cheeks would turn a little red if the three remaining little points of cloth holding her shredded outfit on would finally give out (I can see her starting to cover up, but kind of liking the feeling).