SHERIFF MORRIS WALTERS
Real Name: Morris Walters
Identity/Class: Normal Human
Occupation: Los Angeles County Sheriff (possibly retired)
Group Membership: Los Angeles County Police Department
Affiliations: Blonde Phantom (Louise Mason), Buck
Bukowski, Garth, Man-Elephant (Manfred Ellsworth Haller), Daniel
"Zapper" Ridge, Richard Rory, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Wyatt Wingfoot;
formerly Beverly Cross
Enemies: Beverly Cross, Doc, Grappler, Rumbler, Scarlet Beetle, Nicholas Trask (deceased)
Known Relatives: Unidentified father (deceased), Elaine (wife, deceased), Jennifer (daughter, alias the She Hulk), John Jameson (former son-in-law), Cassandra Pike (sister), David Pike (nephew, alias Brawn), Brian Banner (brother-in-law, deceased), Rebecca Banner (sister-in-law, deceased), Bruce Banner (nephew, alias the Hulk)
Base of Operations: Los Angeles, California
First Appearance: Savage She Hulk#2 (March, 1980)
Powers/Abilities: Morris Walters possesses the normal human strength of a man of his size, height and build who engages in extensive regular exercises. He has no superhuman powers; he has the training and experience of a seasoned police officer including marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat training and several years law enforcement experience.
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe I#9 - She-Hulk entry/Marvel Fanfare I#48 (fb) - BTS) - Morris Walters is a member of the Los Angeles County police department for several years, eventually making it up to the role of Sheriff. In his youth, he was favored by his father over his sister, Cassandra, leading to some enmity between him and his sister. Morris eventually married Elaine Ann Banner and had one daughter, Jennifer.
(Sensational She-Hulk#52 (fb), Savage She-Hulk#32 (fb)) - As a Los Angeles county deputy, Walters had several run ins with a temperamental Hollywood actor named James David whose binges with alcohol ended in brawls and fist fights. David's lawyer always managed to keep him out of jail, but when David struck and killed a young boy by his car after drinking, Walters knew he finally had a way to put David in prison. David, however, was bailed out of jail, irrationally blaming Walters for all his troubles. After David vanished after an earthquake, Walters tried to spread the truth about him, but no one ever listened to him. He eventually made sheriff, and in the position, Walters was often antagonized by local crime boss Nicholas Trask who he fought to bring to justice.
(Sensational She-Hulk#52 (fb)) - On September 1970, Walters suffers through the cancellation of the Dragnet TV-Series.
(Sensational She-Hulk#53 (fb)) - Walters is dismayed when Jennifer as a teenager decides on a dancing career. Elaine chided him for trying to influence her future into law enforcement alongside him.
(Savage She-Hulk#4 (fb)/Sensational She-Hulk#53 (fb)) - Walters learns that his wife was killed by a drunk driver while en route to his daughter's dance recital. At her funeral, Trask sent a condescending rose to Walters as a sign that he had been behind the circumstances of her death. Walters then realized that his wife's death had been meant for him.
(She-Hulk I#1(fb)/Savage She-Hulk#15 (fb)) - On her mother's death, Jennifer switched majors and turned to studying law. She graduated near the top of her class. Morris Walters appeared to his daughter at her graduation and congratulated her for her accomplishment. He eventually left the family home to Jennifer and moved into a condo.
(Savage She-Hulk#2) - Morris Walters learns that Jennifer wants to meet face to face with Nicholas Trask as part of her lawsuit against him, warning her against doing so and reminding her that he killed her mother. Jennifer's threat of evidence leads to another attempt on her life that results in the death of her best friend instead. The DA's Office covers up the truth behind the murder and Sheriff Walters is left falsely believing that the She Hulk has killed his daughter.
(Savage She-Hulk#3) - Unaware that Jennifer is the She-Hulk, Walters issues a memo to have the She-Hulk taken out as a threat for the deaths of Jennifer, her three attackers-turned-informants and destruction of private property. One of his officers notices that Walters doesn't even name Jennifer as one of the murdered parties. In private, Walters vows to have the She-Hulk brought to justice, but he goes on television to try and force her to turn herself in to the police.
(Savage She-Hulk#4) - Walters wanders around and ends up at the home of the Ridge family, friends of Jennifer, looking for someone to talk to about the recent events. He regrets not showing Jennifer how much he loved her, but his grief turns again into revenge against the She-Hulk he believes killed her. As he tries to return to his office, he is abducted by one of Trask's men and taken to Trask's headquarters in a warehouse with stolen Stark Industries technology. Trask gives him the opportunity to kill the She-Hulk himself with a Stark laser cannon, but the She-Hulk realizes the cannon has been rigged to explode and destroy them both. She rips the weapon off him and saves his life. As Walters recuperates in the hospital from his minimal injuries, he sees Jennifer alive in a TV News broadcast and departs the hospital in his hospital gown to abscond with a patrol car and rush to her on the scene where he confesses that he loves her.
(Savage She-Hulk#5) - Walters allows Jennifer and the Vice President of Roxxon Oil to televise a press conference from his office about oil missing from their Roxxon refineries. He attends a later stake-out to investigate the pillaging of the crude, but after one night of uneventful surveillance, he realizes the oil was somehow stolen from under his watch. He later discovers after the fact that Trask was using stolen Stark technology to siphon the oil pipelines from underground.
(Savage She-Hulk#6) - Walters is confronted by Iron Man investigating the disappearance of truck driver Jacob Fox who had been shipping his technology and instead informs him of the existence of the She-Hulk and her connection to Fox's dead body, unidentified at that point. Jennifer walks in to give Iron Man a subpoena for Tony Stark under suspicion for Fox's death. When the She-Hulk appears seconds later outside, Walters witnesses Iron Man rush off to confront her.
(Savage She-Hulk#11) - Walters is taken aback by the news and the sight of six of his men carrying the She-Hulk's unconscious body into his jail. He orders a blanket to cover her and then tries to contact his daughter by phone, but when the She-Hulk regains consciousness, he returns to threaten her with the death penalty with the belief that she's a criminal. As he makes arrangements to send her to maximum security, she manages to escape.
(Savage She-Hulk#12) -Walters confronts Jennifer and chides her for defending Dr. Michael Morbius, a figure he considers a mass murderer. He uses the memory of her mother to chastise her as Jennifer nearly confesses to being the She-Hulk. In court, Jennifer manages to show that Morbius was not in a rational frame of mind during his murders and reduced his charge to involuntary manslaughter. Walters verbally abuses Jennifer for her acquittal, leaving her feeling disowned by him.
(Savage She-Hulk#15 (fb) - BTS) - Walters meets and begins dating Beverly Cross, little suspecting her as an criminal opportunist.
(Savage She-Hulk#15) - Walters confides in Beverly over his mixed feelings for Jennifer, but she spins his emotional state to benefit herself, convincing him that Jennifer has betrayed him and to sell his family home where Jennifer has been living.
(Savage She-Hulk#16) - Walters appears to watch Jennifer in trial in a motion to have a police microwave communications tower antenna torn down. When the motion is rejected, it ends in a scuffle on the courthouse steps. Walters notices the confrontation and accuses his daughter of making a mockery of the law and that he is through sheltering her, eluding to the fact that he is selling the family house.
(Savage She-Hulk#17) - Confronting Assistant District Attorney Buck Bukowski, Walters preaches law and order to have him issue She-Hulk wanted posters on every billboard in the area. His anti-She-Hulk tirade is overheard by Jennifer. Manfred Ellsworth Haller, the owner of Haller Hydraulics, meets with Walters with his Man-Elephant battle-suit for a chance to face the She-Hulk for a chance on the reward for her capture. Walters won't approve his actions, but Haller moves ahead with his plans. Bukowski later brings Walters proof the string of murders the She-Hulk was blamed for were all set up by Trask's organization. Walters confesses his animosity for the She-Hulk, but he calls off the All Points Bulletin ordering her arrest. Upon witnessing the Man-Elephant nearly defeat the She-Hulk and then get pummeled by her, he races to stop the spectacle and attempt a public apology to her before she departs.
(Savage She-Hulk#18) - Walter's feelings to Jennifer are continued manipulated by Beverly even as he decides to give her first crack at buying the family home. Jennifer presents him with a down-payment which surprises even Beverly Cross, but Jennifer is forced to cancel the check for reasons of her own, making the payment she made to her father worthless. Walters vows to sell the family house little knowing that Beverly has intercepted and destroyed a letter explaining why she had to cancel the payment.
(Savage She-Hulk#19) - Walters visits Bukowski to discuss Jennifer with him and give him a slanted interpretation of his family quarrel with her. He asks Buck to start legal proceedings against her to have her disbarred from practicing law. When his anger abates, he tries calling Jennifer to reach a settlement, unaware she's been taken hostage as the She-Hulk, and his frustration to not reach her once again feeds his rage being exacerbated by Beverly. His eviction papers on his daughter forces her as the She-Hulk to trash the family house.
(Savage She-Hulk#20) - Hoping to once more reach his daughter seemingly eluding him, Walters turns up at the family house to once again try and talk to Jennifer and discovers it trashed. He rightly blames Jennifer for the damages little suspecting she's the She-Hulk, but when Richard Rory tries to tell him about their connection, he strikes Rory for the insult. He orders Rory and Zapper Ridge from the house, telling them he'll have them arrested for trespassing as they depart.
(Savage She-Hulk#21) - In the darkness, of his office, Walters laments over his relationship with Jennifer and tries to ignore the Zapper and Richard Rory's accusations of her being the She-Hulk. Feeling he is blessed for having Beverly in his life, he's surprised by Buck giving him word of a gang war and the murders of five small-time criminals. Believing Trask somewhere pulling strings, Walters has Buck stark researching connections.
(Savage She-Hulk#22) - With the pressure of a probable gang war over his head, Walters snaps at Beverly when she presses on about the sale of his house, but he catches his temper and quickly apologizes to her. When she departs to run errands, Walters discovers a shred of an envelope stuck in his window, proof that Beverly has been tampering with Jennifer's efforts to reach him. He has Buck send out an All Points Bulletin for his daughter to make amends.
(Savage She-Hulk#23) - In his condo, Walters realizes the grievous error he made about Jennifer and faces the fact that Beverly has been betraying him, little suspecting she has forged power of attorney papers to get the money for the sale of his house.
(Savage She-Hulk#24) - Walters faces Beverly over her lying, deceit and betrayal, and she tries to hide behind her emotions for him. Seeing through her facade, he orders her from his condo. He then returns to his office to get the full truth from Zapper and Rory about his daughter's whereabouts.
(Savage She-Hulk#25) - Zapper and Rory finally convince Walters that Jennifer is the She-Hulk and her choice to stay as her, and her rejection of her life as Jennifer Walters. Sheriff Walters blames himself for that rejection by not being more of a father to her. When news comes of the She-Hulk ripping up a Beverly Hills estate, Walters, Zapper and Rory rush to the estate as the Doc turns his mental blasts on him. Distracted by an attack by his mutates, Doc gives Sheriff Walters a chance to remind Jennifer that the Doc can only hurt her as the She-Hulk and convinces her to transform back to Jennifer. Before he can get her to safety, the Doc turns on him, but Jennifer becomes the She-Hulk once more to destroy his battle probe. Sheriff Walters stops Jennifer as the She-Hulk from just short of killing the Doc in order to take him under arrest. When the police back-up arrives to control the situation, Walters stands by his daughter as the She-Hulk to make finally amends with her.
(She-Hulk II#3 (fb)) - Sheriff Walters is taken captive by the Grappler attacking the Los Angeles Courthouse and keeping the local police officer at bay in order to steal the court records for ransom. Jen charges in as the She-Hulk to stop the Grappler and save her father's life from a falling statue. Walters learns she has decided to remain as the She-Hulk and tries to get her to join the police force. Jen instead voices her choice to get out of his shadow and be her own person.
(She-Hulk II#3 - BTS) - Walters is sent into the future by the Time Variance Authority to witness Jennifer on trial facing her expulsion from history. He testifies to her character and perseverance by recalling how she defeated the Grappler in her second face-off with him.
(Sensational She-Hulk#8) - Having not seen or heard from Jennifer since she traveled into space as the She-Hulk to battle Xemnu, Walters phones his daughter at her apartment and leaves a message on her answering machine. She hears it upon her return.
(Marvel Fanfare I#48) - When Jennifer appears as the She-Hulk to judge a Mr. Galaxy body-building contest in Los Angeles, Walters storms the press conference angry that she has not kept in contact with him since she departed to work with the Avengers. He orders her to change back to Jennifer that he can have a rational conversation with his daughter, but when Jennifer is forced to confess that radiation locked her into her form as the She-Hulk, Walters is crest-fallen and shocked, refusing to accept the She-Hulk as his daughter. When Cassandra returns to have her vengeance on Walters by having her chemically-augmented son, David, kill Jennifer, he takes it upon himself to stop him by shooting him in the shoulder, wounding him but not stopping him. Realizing how consumed Cassandra was with hate and vengeance, Walters tries to talk her down, but his words against her infuriate David who turns against him. Although he was emotionally controlled by his mother, David realized he could not kill anyone without malice and Cassandra turns on him as well. Jennifer as the She-Hulk uses the distraction to stop her just as the police charged the disturbance. As David escapes with his mother, Walters made his final peace with his daughter, confessing he would accept her in any way he could get her.
(Sensational She-Hulk#36) - With Jennifer coming home for Christmas from New York City, Walters surprises her with a White Christmas by laying fake snow and convincing his neighbors to do the same. Jennifer returns home with Louise Mason, the former Blonde Phantom, who sparks a relationship with him. Walters, however, still harbors feelings for his daughter as she was when she wasn't the She-Hulk. He hides his transgressions as Jen is reunited with Zapper and Richard.
That night as Louise raids the fridge for a late night snack, Walters confesses to her over his initial antagonism to the She-Hulk, but despite his pride for all her accomplishments and endeavors, he adds that he misses Jennifer as just his daughter since she was locked into her She-Hulk form. After Louise reminded Jennifer of a Christmas "gift" she had received from a Santa Claus-like character, Jen uses it to revert back to her normal human form for the benefit of her father.
(Sensational She-Hulk#38) - Walters overhears Louise phoning Jen in New York over the debate of whether or not she or he have set a date to get married. Louise also mentions she hasn't told her kids about Morris in her life.
(Sensational She-Hulk#49) - Watching television and drinking beer, Walters learns from the Opal TV-series that Louise has inherited the physical strength and stamina of the She-Hulk. Lamenting the fact that he has lost both his daughter and girlfriend as he loved them to super heroics, he catches a flight to the taping and crashes the episode in an inebriated state and confides to Louise he loved her as she was. The realization forces her to lose her superhuman stamina to Jen in the middle of a scuffle with Titania. Quickly turning the tide, Jen returns to her apartment and learns about her father's televised confession.
(Sensational She-Hulk#52) - Walters reunites with Louise when Jennifer returns to California to meet with Zapper to treat toxins sapping her gamma-induced powers. He also hears news about sightings of James David, convinced its an imposter only to discover it really is James David, not having aged a day since he vanished. He also discovers that as the Rumbler, David has the power to control the Earth, critically wounding him and leaving the She-Hulk near death.
(Sensational She-Hulk#53) - Walters is rushed to the hospital after the Rumbler destroys the restaurant where he was dining.
(Sensational She-Hulk#54-55) - Recovering at Santa Monica Memorial Hospital, Walters recovers and hears the news that the She-Hulk was declared dead after her ordeal with the Rumbler; he is unaware that she is being revived by Zapper. As Walters explains his grudge and history with James David to Louise, the Rumbler attacks the hospital upset that the media is more involved with the She-Hulk's apparent death than his return. When he returns to kill Walters, the She-Hulk returns to battle him again and defeat him.
(Sensational She-Hulk#55) - Still recuperating in the hospital, Morris watches Hillary Rodham Clinton on TV calling the She-Hulk an inspiration for women the world over. When TV Executive Greg Hallerhand arrives at the hospital to talk the She-Hulk into becoming an actress for a day on his soap opera, he gives Walters an amethyst healing crystal, but after his ordeal with the Rumbler, the last thing he wants is a rock!
(Sensational She-Hulk#56) - Walters watches the She-Hulk's in her acting debut on live TV when Warzone interrupts the broadcast, briefly forcing her into a savage state once more.
(Sensational She-Hulk#57) - Walters departs the hospital early against Louise's best wishes to go after the She-Hulk running amuck through Hollywood against her cousin, the Incredible Hulk. He catches up with her at the Hollywood sign at Mount Lee as her body expels the excess gamma radiation overdose from her body, restoring her back to Jennifer Walters. After Jen has her normal gamma level restored, Walters learns that Louise will stay in California with him to nurse him to full health.
(Sensational She-Hulk#59-60) - Walters surprises Jennifer by arriving in Manhattan to stay with her and reveals he sold the family home and put her belongings into storage. He meets her undead manservant Garth who speaks for the first time and gives Jen emotional support as Wyatt Wingfoot departs to tend to his Keewazi responsibilities. Confessing he's moving to NYC to be closer to Louise, he encounters a horde of insectoid robots controlled by the Scarlet Beetle and helps the She-Hulk, Garth and Wyatt to impede their invasion. He also meets Renee Witterstaetter, a Marvel Comics editor, who announces in person to Jen that her comic book has been cancelled over at Marvel Comics.
(She-Hulk II#3) - Having been plucked from out of the past, Walters testifies for his daughter before the Time Variance Authority.
(She Hulk II#9) - While drinking orange juice from the refrigerator, Walters overhears from television that Jen has eloped and married astronaut John Jameson. The shock and surprise of the news has him spewing his drink.
Comments: Created by David Anthony Kraft, Michael Vosburgh and D. Hands
Several things in the original She-Hulk series paralleled both the original Spider-Man and Hulk series; the parallels include Sheriff Walters (Thunderbolt Ross/J. Jonah Jameson), She-Droid (Spider-Slayers), Zapper Ridge (Rick Jones), Jill Stevens (Ben Parker), Man-Elephant (Rhino), Nicholas Trask (Big Man/Kingpin) and the Doc (Leader).
I'm not fluent in the length of office for sheriffs in Southern California, but it would seem that enough time has passed that Walters is possibly retired now. His recent activities with selling the house and sometimes visiting Jen in New York City suggests at least to me that he could be retired (at the least serving a possible second or even third term in office) and with a lot more time on his hands for watching television and drinking. His recent depictions look like the figure of a man who's been drinking much more and not getting as much exercise.
Walters was most likely sheriff during the whole time Spider-Woman (Drew), the Champions and the West Coast Avengers operated around Los Angeles. You'd think he might have popped up once in their vicinity.
Since Jennifer recalls David as Brawn prior to her Christmas holiday with her father, it would place Marvel Fanfare I#48 as happening sometime prior. Since Jennifer was an only child, her father's introduction of her brothers and sisters at Christmas would be a hallucination or daydream with Jen snapping into reality. (Sidebar, if Jen had any brothers or sisters, they could have been living away from home during the events of her original series, but still, some off-hand mention of any one of them should have at least occurred somewhere.)
Since Sensational She-Hulk#36, it's been revealed that Jen was simply resisting her normal form to stay the She-Hulk. This fact manages to force the question if Nick St. Christopher's "gift" was all that magical or just the emotional reinforcement Jen needed to change back to her normal self for her father.
Just how in the world Walters made the live taping of the Opal show from LA while it was still on the air and taped in NYC has yet to be revealed. Granted it was a spoof of the Oprah Winfrey show usually based in Chicago, but it would have to have been taped in Los Angeles for him to burst in on the taping on time. Possibly being a sheriff he was able to call in some sort of favor and he managed to crash a concurrent episode, or he was staying with Jen at the time. Needless to say, he stays drunk a long time.
Louise Mason (Blonde Phantom) hasn't been seen since the Sensational She-Hulk ran its course. Whether she and Morris Walters are still a couple is unrevealed. There is nothing to suggest that she and Morris are married behind the scenes.
In Sensational She-Hulk#52, Jen refers to her father getting upset when the TV-Series Dragnet was cancelled. Dragnet ran two times on television. It originally ran January 1952 - September 1959 where Friday had a number of partners. It then returned to TV January 1962 to September 1970 with pre-MASH Harry Morgan as partner Bill Gannon. With Marvel's sliding time-scale, Jennifer could be returning to the latter series or the Classic TVLand line-up.
Walters also appears as in one of Jen's dreams as the personification of her conscience in Savage She-Hulk#13. The events of Sensational She-Hulk#60 with Sheriff Walters sparring against aliens are possibly part of the events credited to Jennifer's imagination or the fictions of the Marvel comics within the Marvel Universe which often merged with the details of her "real" adventures.
In Punisher II#1, Frank found out about Bruce
Ayres' death over the phone from a Sheriff Walters. Perhaps this is
Sheriff Morris Walters, She-Hulk's dad. Probably not, as Morris is from
Los Angeles, California, and Ayres was from "the Keys" in Florida.
Nicholas Trask was reported as killed in the She-Hulk entry in She-Hulk II#25.
Profile by Will U.
Sheriff Morris Walters should not to be confused with:
Savage She-Hulk#23, p9, left panel (main)
She-Hulk I#1, p2, pan3 (young flashback)
Savage She-Hulk#3, p11, bottom (head)
Sensational She-Hulk#52, p21, mid-right (with Louise)
Savage She-Hulk#2 (March, 1980) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Michael Vosburg (artist), Chic Stone (inks), Jim Shooter (editor)
Savage She-Hulk#3-6 (April - July, 1980) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Michael Vosburg (artist), Chic Stone (inks), Mary Jo Duffy & Al Milgrom (#3, #6) (editors)
Savage She-Hulk#11-12 (December, 1980 - January, 1981) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Michael Vosburg (pencils), Frank Springer (inks), Mary Jo Duffy & Al Milgrom (#11) (editors)
Savage She-Hulk#15-16 (April-May, 1981) - David Anthony Kraft (artists), Michael Vosburg (pencils), Frank Springer (inks), Mary Jo Duffy (editor)
Savage She-Hulk#17-22 (June-November, 1981) - David Anthony Kraft (artists), Michael Vosburg (pencils), Frank Springer (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Savage She-Hulk#23 (December, 1981) - David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (pencils), Dave Simons, Jack Abel & Al Milgrom (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Savage She-Hulk#24 (January, 1982) - David Anthony Kraft (writer), Michael Vosburg (pencils), Al Milgrom, Sal Trapani & Armando Gil (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Savage She-Hulk#25 (February, 1982) - David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (pencils), Al Milgrom, Sal Trapani, Mike Vosburg, Rick Magyar, Mike Gustovich, Dave Simons, Steve Mitchell, Bob Wiacek, Joe Rubinstein & Jack Abel (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#8 (November, 1989) - John Byrne (writer/pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Marvel Fanfare I#48 (December, 1989) - Dwight Jon Zimmerman (writer), Kerry Gammill (pencils), Josef Rubinstein & Jose Marzan (inks), Al Milgrom (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#36 (February, 1992) - John Byrne (writer/pencils), Keith Williams (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#38 (April, 1992) - John Byrne (writer/artist), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#49 (March, 1993) - John Byrne (writer/artist), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#52 (June, 1993) - Michael Eury (writer), Todd Britton (pencils), Mike DeCarlo (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#53 (July, 1993) - Michael Eury (writer), Darren Auck (pencils), Mike DeCarlo (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#54 (August, 1993) - Michael Eury (writer), Patrick Oliffe (pencils), Dave Cockrum (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#55 (September, 1993) - Michael Eury (writer), Patrick Oliffe (pencils), Art Nichols (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#56-57 (October-November, 1993) - Michael Eury (writer), Patrick Oliffe (pencils), Fred Fredericks (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk#59-60 (January-February, 1994) - Scott Benson and Len Kaminski (writers), Patrick Oliffe (pencils), Steve Montano (inks), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
She-Hulk I#1 (May, 2004) - Dan Slott (writer), Juan Bobill (pencils), Marcela Sosa (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#3 (February, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Juan Bobillo (pencils), Marcelo Sosa (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#9 (August, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Paul Smith (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
First Posted: 06/18/2008
Last updated: 10/23/2010
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