Real Name: Richard Rory
D.J. (disc jockey), radio station owner
Group Membership: None
Affiliations: Dr. Barrow, Paul Benton, Blonde Phantom (Louise Mason),, Mr. Carver, Stu Cicero, , , , Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Defenders ( , , Hulk (Bruce Banner), (Kyle Richmond), (Brunnhilde)), , Mr. Edwards, Amber Grant, Guillermo, Ruth Hart, Iron Man (Tony Stark), Officer Jones, , , , Man-Thing, Man-Wolf (John Jameson), Arthur Marshall, Sybil Mills, Lou Monkton, Moondragon, Candace Nelson, Omega the Unknown, Reverend Mike Pike, , Mrs. Ridge, , , , Carol Selby, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Skull-Crushers (Darby, French, others), , James-Michael Starling, , Wilbur Unger, , Wasp (Janet Van Dyne), Dian Wilkins
Enemies: The Critics (, , ), Cult of Entropy, , (Ed, , Toby, Vic), (Ross Everbest), (Greg Salinger), , (Melvin Potter), (Joseph Timms), /Torque, , , , Olivia Selby, , Snake,
Known Relatives: Unidentified father,
unidentified mother, unidentified sister, unidentified aunt (deceased)
Base of Operations: Citrusville, Florida, USA;
formerly Los Angeles, California, USA; New York City, New York, USA; Ohio, USA
First Appearance: Man-Thing I#2 (February,
Powers/Abilities: Richard Rory considered himself a jinx, a walking bad luck magnet, who would constantly find himself in impossible situations. In truth, Rory was an average man of average build with few developed skills except minor training as a disc jockey on the radio.
Height: 5'7" (by approximation)
Weight: 140 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Brown (briefly blonde)
History: (Man-Thing I#2 (fb)) – At his birth, Richard Rory was held upside down. The doctor prepared to slap his behind but the baby slipped from his grip, falling to the floor.
(Man-Thing I#19 (fb) – BTS) – When Rory was young, his little sister handed him a broken doll and demanded he fix it but he couldn't.
(Man-Thing I#4 (fb) – BTS) – At age 23, Rory worked as a disc jockey for a small-town radio station in Ohio. When he got a threatening note from Fookiller about the blasphemous music he played, he laughed and read it aloud on the air then dedicated a George Harrison song to Foolkiller. Foolkiller retaliated by blowing up the station tower and then sending another note, promising to kill Rory. Rory was fired from his job and his fiancee, the station master's daughter, was concerned.
(Man-Thing I#2 (fb) – BTS) – Rory showed up for a date with his fiancee in a fright mask and ended up frightening her mother, giving her a heart attack. The woman broke up with Rory. Feeling sorry for himself, Richard Rory went for a long drive but got lost in the swamps in Florida, out of gas.
(Man-Thing I#2) – Down on his luck and considering himself a loser, Richard Rory prepared to camp in the swamp. He burnt his coffee and threw it on an alligator, the animal then attacking him, but Man-Thing crept out of the swamp and tossed the creature away, killing it against a tree. Rory, bleeding and wounded, passed out, and woke up the next morning with nurse Ruth Hart standing over him. Ruth patched Rory up and she'd found him with rudimentary bandages on him, likely placed by Man-Thing. As she fed him beans and franks, Ruth confessed she needed help and that she feared for her life. Ruth had been part of a motorcycle gang, the Skull-Crushers, and her boyfriend, the leader Snake, had been stealing from the gang but blamed her for it, so she'd fled across the country. Just then, the Skull-Crushers found them and Snake attacked Rory briefly before running after Ruth into the swamp. Rory rushed after him, jumping on Snake's back, but Snake got the upper-hand. As he hit Rory, he was struck by his own chain, tossed aside by Man-Thing, and Snake was seemingly killed. Ruth realized she had a fresh start in life now.
(Man-Thing I#3) – Having befriended the rest of the Skull-Crushers, Rory and Ruth bid them farewell, then Rory ironically realized he had never asked for gas and was still stranded, but soon a passing motorist (F.A. Schist) gave them a few gallons of gas. Foolkiller killed Darby and French of the Skull-Crushers as they passed by and he announced he was seeking to kill Richard Rory, Ted Sallis and F.A. Schist, who were all in the area.
(Man-Thing I#4) – Rory and Ruth drove his bus out of the swamps. When a car almost hit them, Rory recognized the driver as Foolkiller (Ross Everbest). At a local diner, Rory ordered food as he told Ruth about his origins. When the man who gave them gas, Schist, came in, Rory assumed it was Foolkiller and attacked him, but the real Foolkiller ran a truck through the front of the restaurant and kidnapped both Rory and Schist, taking him back to his own headquarters, where he planned to kill Rory in front of the suspended body of Reverend Mike Pike but Man-Thing arrived, stopping him. The container with Pike in it shattered, spilling his corpse out, and a shard of glass pierced Foolkiller's neck, killing him.
(Man-Thing I#5) – Rory was frustrated when the man at the hotel front desk insisted that he and Ruth pay for two hotel rooms. Just as they noticed there was a carnival nearby, Rory witnessed carnival manager Mr. Garvey punching tight rope walker Ayla Prentiss. Rory intervened but Tragg the strongman hit him. Rory and Ruth took Ayla back near the swamps, where she saw the car of her missing love, Darrel Daniel the Clown. When they saw Darrel walking in the swamp, they followed him in, but they soon found Man-Thing standing over Darrel's corpse. Assuming Man-Thing had killed Darrel, Rory chased him away then realized Darrel had been shot. As they struggled to realize what was happening, Tragg attacked and fought with Man-Thing then the ghost of Darrel appeared, telling them all they would be forced to relive his life.
(Man-Thing I#6) – The ghost of Darrel Daniel created illusions around the group, stating he was going make Rory, Ruth, Ayla, Tragg, Garvey and Man-Thing act out roles from his life. In a childhood scene, Rory saw himself as young Darrel with his parents Milo and Zoe. They relived many of Darrel's memories, including losing his father, going to a psychiatrist, using his millions to make people happy before joining the carnival as a clown and his betrayal when he realized the carnival, including Ayla, had only been using him for his money. When the ethereal Critics judged that Daniel should receive eternal death, Rory argued with them, then Man-Thing fought back. When Ayla pleaded for Darrel's soul, the Critics welcomed it to Heaven and disappeared.
(Man-Thing I#7) – Rory got a job as a disc jockey at local radio station WNRV in Citrusville, Florida, working overnight. When he announced his plan to get an apartment with Ruth, Rory was disheartened when she said she wasn't ready for a relationship and Ruth left to return to St. Louis and finish school with her parents. With Ayla leaving soon, Rory realized he would be all alone in a new small town.
(Man-Thing I Giant-Size#1) – Rory conducted interviews in Omegaville, a self-sustaining and energy-free community built near the swamps. He met with Paul Benton and Arthur Marshall, and saw the amnesiac Joseph Timms (Glob) while asking about recent attacks from the Cult of Entropy and visits by Man-Thing.
(Daredevil I#113) – Matt Murdock showed up at the radio station to ask Rory about the whereabouts of Ted Sallis and Rory reported there had been recent deaths in the area. He drove Matt out to the site of the Sallis' shack, where they were attacked by Gladiator. Rory tried to run but Gladiator knocked him out.
(Daredevil I#114) – Death-Stalker and Gladiator took Daredevil and Rory captive, placing them next to the tied-up Candace Nelson. Death-Stalker took Candace away then had Gladiator set the cabin on fire to kill Daredevil and Rory but the hero woke up and saved the both while Man-Thing defeated Gladiator. Rory woke up back in Citrusville, not sure how he'd gotten there.
(Man-Thing I#11) – Rory camped in the swamp, bored and missing Ruth until he saw Man-Thing. A black-haired woman rushed by and attacked Rory in a panic until Man-Thing scared her then Rory kept her calm to get Man-Thing to retreat. A masked man, calling the woman Sybil Mills, arrived and grazed her with a bullet. As Man-Thing held off the man, Rory and Sybil escaped but Rory found his van's tires slashed. Sybil told Rory that she had been kidnapped from a dance class in Miami by the men, who called themselves the Demons of Liberation, who had stopped in the swamp when she'd escaped. Rory treated Sybil's arm then they returned and found that the Demon had died from his own weapons,and they removed the mask to see a horribly scarred face beneath. Rory and Sybil fled back to town and rushed in a hotel to call for help but the Demons followed them. After they fought Man-Thing again, the Demons surrendered and unmasked, revealing they were all scarred veterans, including Sybil's brother, who had staged the kidnapping to try and get Sybil to join them.
(Man-Thing I#12 (fb) – BTS) – Rory helped Mr. Carver board up windows to impress Sybil.
(Man-Thing I#12) – Rory took Sybil to the hotel, bid her farewell and invited her to listen to him on the radio.
(Man-Thing I#17) – Rory announced on the radio about the mayor's convening of a town meeting and he kept getting calls about a Mad Viking in town. After hearing that Man-Thing had been killed, Rory grew emotional and had the receptionist take over. Station owner Mr. Carpenter was furious at Rory and demanded it never happen again then he ordered him to the town meeting the next day, although Rory wouldn't get any sleep. At the meeting the next afternoon, Rory reported on civilian protests by those, including Olivia Selby, who demanded greater censorship, and she called the Mad Viking up to the stage and they started burning books. Knowing it would cost him his job, Rory rushed the stage to put out the fire and the Viking punched him, knocking him out. Selby and the Viking then led a riot toward the town school.
(Man-Thing I#18) – Rory woke up to Mr. Carpenter firing him then he rushed to the school to see if he could stop the riot. Rory came across the body of teacher Mr. Edwards, who had been thrown from a window by the Mad Viking. Rory felt helpless, recalling his sister's broken doll from years before. Astrid Josefson, the granddaughter of the Viking, approached Rory and he convinced her to try to stop her grandfather. When Astrid tried appealing to the Viking, he struck her and she was killed, but Selby incited the crowd to participate in a book burning. Man-Thing attacked, covered in pollution water, and defeated the Viking, then the crowd dispersed. Rory helped Olivia's daughter, Carol, get away.
(Man-Thing I#19 (fb)) – Rory, with Carol, drove Man-Thing hours away from there, helping him escape.
(Man-Thing I#19) – Rory found Man-Thing had gone missing in Georgia. When he woke Carol up, she informed him she was only 17, and Rory panicked, realizing he could be accused of kidnapping now. When the Scavenger, who was after Man-Thing, and Man-Thing broke out in a fight, Rory tried hitting the Scavenger, but the villain turned on Rory. Scavenger unmasked then Man-Thing burned his face.
(Man-Thing I#20) – As Scavenger fled, Wilbur Unger, the hotel manager, kicked Rory, Carol and Man-Thing out. They entered Rory's van and began driving but they were soon hit by another vehicle. The van crashed and Carol's leg was hurt. Man-Thing helped Rory get free then he saw the other driver, a demonic man, perish before grabbing a mysterious box and giving it to Man-Thing.
(Man-Thing I#20 – BTS) – When the police arrived, Carol got medical help and Rory was arrested for kidnapping. He was returned to Citrusville for trial.
(Iron Man Annual I#3) – Tony Stark, needing someone who knew the complexities of Citrusville and the area, reached out to Rory in jail. Rory gave him intel on the time Molecule Man had attacked locally and Stark promised to help him find legal aid.
(Omega the Unknown I#9 (fb)) – While in prison, Rory befriended cellmate Greg Salinger and told him about his history.
(Omega the Unknown I#8) – Out of prison, Rory got off the bus in New York and greeted Ruth Hart with a kiss, then he met young James-Michael Starling and Amber Grant. They went to Hell's Kitchen, where Rory planned to room with Starling, though Starling himself kept spacing out. Rory was then shocked to get a warning note from Foolkiller, telling him he only had a day to live.
(Omega the Unknown I#9) – Rory, Amber and Ruth saw Starling become suddenly ill, so they called Dr. Barrow, but then Starling was suddenly well again. When property manager Guillermo knocked on the door, they all panicked, then Salinger arrived dressed as the new Foolkiller, explaining how Rory had inspired him to adopt the villainous identity.
(Omega the Unknown I#10) – Amber and Ruth were upset with Rory for letting Starling go out for a walk and they soon discovered Starling had purchased a bus ticket.
(Defenders I#74) – When Foolkiller wanted to start a life as a new revolutionary hero, he connected with Dollar Bill, who took Foolkiller west to connect with the Defenders, bringing a reluctant Amber and Rory along. Their train nearly struck the Hulk, who picked it up in the air briefly before setting it down and jumping away. Rory and the others met Clea, Valkyrie and Hellcat of the Defenders, and Foolkiller threatened them, considering them fools.
(Defenders I#75) – Foolkiller pointed a gun at Dollar Bill's head and forced everyone to sit down as he explained why he considered them fools. Foolkiller stunned Valkyrie with a shot then caved in the ceiling so that he could hunt them down individually, as the building caught on fire. Rory, Amber, Dollar Bill and the Defenders' ally Ledge got out of the building. Foolkiller was defeated and the fire engines arrived to contain the blazes. As reporter Fia Lundstrom reported events, Nighthawk and Hulk returned and chaos hit, causing the team to decide to disband. Rory saw the opportunity to ask Valkyrie and Hellcat for help in finding James-Michael Starling.
(Defenders I#76 (fb) – BTS) – Valkyrie and Hellcat reached out to the Wasp for help and she arrived to take the group, including Rory and Ruth, along in a Quinjet.
(Defenders I#76) – Rory, Amber, Ruth, Valkyrie, Hellcat and Wasp boarded the Quinjet and went looking for James-Michael Starling and Dian Wilkins. They began at the origin place of Starling, where they saw an alien ship, with Starling fighting off robots with energy blasts. During the fight, Rory grabbed an alien gun and struggled to use it. Moondragon appeared to aid the heroes, the aliens departed and Starling was suddenly replaced by Omega the Unknown.
(Defenders I#77) – Rory went with the others to Las Vegas, where the heroes saved Starling and learned the truth about Omega. Starling sacrificed himself to save the others and both he and Omega died. Moondragon took their forms into space.
(Defenders I#78) – Rory said farewell to his friends, determined to begin a new life for himself in Las Vegas.
(Savage She-Hulk I#7) – Rory found a spare casino token in the streets and gambled in a slot machine, winning a fifty-thousand dollar jackpot. A showgirl and a manager convinced him to bet it on roulette and he won a half million. With a new limousine and a fortune, Rory moved to Los Angeles to begin a new life. When She-Hulk rushed by in a battle with the police, Rory misled the police to let She-Hulk escape then she switched back to Jennifer Walters and he asked her on a date the next day. A pile of dirt fell on his car then the next day it was stripped for parts, and he wondered if his luck was running out. He picked up Jen at her law office and told her his life story, then they kissed in the back seat of his stripped-out limo all night. After they got breakfast (he tipped a thousand dollars), he fired his driver with pay then convinced Jen to go with him to Citrusville to find Man-Thing. Upon arrival, Rory wanted to purchase a particular piece of land and discovered it was owned by F.A. Schist, who was missing. Rory bought WNRV, fired Mr. Carpenter and began broadcasting a search for Schist. Professor Slaughter met with Rory, telling him about his search with Schist for the Fountain of Youth and how they had come across the remains of conquistadors and living ogres in a place called La Hacienda.
(Savage She-Hulk I#8) – At WNRV, Rory interviewed Todd Wickham, the former Professor Slaughter, who claimed Schist had been killed by purple men after being turned into a monster but Rory had a hard time believing him and gave him cash anyway. Rory went looking for Jen, finding her car abandoned in the swamp, and she soon came back to him, looking haggard. Rory told her of his plans to buy the swamp to preserve it for Man-Thing but he didn't think he could do so. He kissed Jen, telling her she was the best thing that had ever happened to him and then she flew home to Los Angeles.
(Savage She-Hulk I#13 (fb) – BTS) – At WNRV, Rory intercepted a transmission from outer space but it was weak. He tried to tell the locals about it but they were unsupportive so he spent all his fortune on upgrading his equipment, causing the FCC to come down on him.
(Savage She-Hulk I#13) – Jen called Rory just as he was ready to receive his big transmission but she hung up before he could tell her about the transmission. Rory then broadcasted his message into space and got in contact with Man-Wolf (John Jameson), who shared his origins, now trapped on a far planetoid. Rory's equipment overloaded and he wondered how he could help Jameson. Rory tried selling the radio station back to Mr. Carpenter for full price but Carpenter would only give him $5,000 and he accepted, spending money on a ticket to go see Jen in California. Rory knocked on Jen's door, finding her distraught as her friend Zapper had just professed his love for her. Zapper Ridge rushed off heartbroken then Rory gave Jen the necklace she'd left in Florida, not realizing that Man-Wolf was actually on a microscopic world in one of the pearls.
(Savage She-Hulk I#14) – Rory listened to Jen lament about her life as they drank coffee and stayed up until dawn. Zapper's mother, Mrs. Ridge, visited, needing Jen's help looking for her son. Rory, unable to sleep from the caffeine, went job-hunting.
(Savage She-Hulk I#15) – Jen came home from a date with Zapper and yelled at Rory when he asked about it. She later apologized, inviting Rory to see Dahlia perform at a nightclub.
(Savage She-Hulk I#16) – Rory listened to Jen lament about a difficult legal case. When the villain Microwave buffeted the apartment with energy, Rory grew ill and left.
(Savage She-Hulk I#17) – Rory had no luck job hunting. He found Beverly Cross and a real estate agent in Jen's home and took down their information for Jen, leading her to wonder if her father might be selling her home. After seeing a villain named Man-Elephant challenge She-Hulk on television, Rory flirted with Jen but Zapper peeked through the window and confronted the lovers. Rory and Zapper nearly broke out in a fight before Jen rushed off to comfort Zapper, causing Rory to wonder where he stood. Rory packed his bags and left, saying goodbye to Jen. Feeling like a loser, he realized he needed to find himself.
(Savage She-Hulk I#19 (fb) – BTS) – Rory realized he wanted to stay, so he found a job.
(Savage She-Hulk I#19) – Rory used his key to get back into Jen's apartment, where he told her that he had known she was She-Hulk for a long time and had been waiting for her to tell him. Just then, a notice of eviction, filed by Jen's father Morris Walters, was sent over and Jen responded with fury, switching to She-Hulk. Zapper arrived and She-Hulk, realizing she'd been betrayed by him, violently lashed out at him, destroying parts of her own home before storming out, saying she would never trust anyone again.
(Savage She-Hulk I#20) – She-Hulk returned home to find Zapper and Rory arguing over how to help her. Rory tried appealing to Jen to face her problems and to reveal to Morris that she was She-Hulk but she smashed more furniture and stormed off. Morris Walters showed up and was furious to find the place in shambles. To try and make things better, Rory revealed to Morris that Jen was She-Hulk but Morris didn't believe him and struck Rory in response. Rory left ashamed.
(Savage She-Hulk I#21) – Rory looked for Jen at her office but she wasn't there.
(Savage She-Hulk I#22) – After sleeping on a park bench, Rory kept worrying over She-Hulk. Later, while searching Jen's office, he met Buck Bukowski but refused Buck's offer of help to find Jen. Rory learned that Jen kept a picture of him on her desk.
(Savage She-Hulk I#24) – Rory and Zapper, who made amends, both showed up at the office of Morris Walters to discuss Jen.
(Savage She-Hulk I#25) – Rory, who was filled with worry about Jen, and Zapper helped convince Morris that Jen really was She-Hulk. When they got news of She-Hulk on a rampage, they rushed behind Officer Jones to find her. They soon arrived to see She-Hulk battling Ralphie Hutchens, who could mutate into different forms including Torque, with the help of Lou Monkton. Torque's emotion-manipulating powers briefly flared and Rory was filled with a sense of self-confidence. She-Hulk overcame overwhelming odds, briefly turning back into Jen Walters, and Jen took time to break-up with Rory, telling him she wanted to stay as She-Hulk now, meaning she was staying with Zapper. She-Hulk defeated the villain then celebrated.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#36 (fb) – BTS) – Rory inherited a vast sum of money from an aunt he had never heard of and became prosperous. He dyed his hair blonde.
(Sensational She-Hulk I#36) – On Christmas Eve, Rory went to the home of Morris Walters, seeing She-Hulk, Zapper Ridge and his new wife Christina, and Louise "Weezi" Mason (the Blonde Phantom).
(She-Hulk II#3) – Rory, sitting between Buck and
pulled into the Time Variance trial for She-Hulk, along with her allies
across the time stream.
(She-Hulk II#20) – When Stu Cicero appeared in the Nexus of Realities, he was scared the Man-Thing might grab him but Rory distracted the swamp creature with rubber squeaky toys. He learned Stu was connected to Jen Walters and offered to drive him back to civilization but Stu just took Rory's car and left him there.
Comments: Created by Steve Gerber, Val Mayerik and Sal Buscema.
Profile by Chadman.
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Man-Thing I#2, p1, pan1 (Richard Rory sitting by campfire, main image)
Man-Thing I#19, p13, pan2 (face)
Man-Thing I#3, p6, pan1 (with Ruth)
Sensational She-Hulk I#36, p16, pan3 (blonde)
Man-Thing I#2-3 (February-March, 1974) – Steve Gerber (writer), Val Mayerik (penciler), Sal Buscema (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Man-Thing I#4 (April, 1974) – Steve Gerber (writer), Val Mayerik (penciler), Jack Abel (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Man-Thing I#5-6 (May-June, 1974) – Steve Gerber (writer), Mike Ploog (penciler), Jack Abel (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Man-Thing I#7 (July, 1974) – Steve Gerber (writer), Mike Ploog (artist), Roy Thomas (editor)
Man-Thing I Giant-Size#1 (August, 1974) – Roy Thomas (writer), Mike Ploog (penciler), Frank Chairamonte (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Daredevil I#113-114 (August-September, 1974) – Steve Gerber (writer), Bob Brown (penciler), Vince Colletta (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Man-Thing I#11 (November, 1974) – Steve Gerber (writer), Mike Ploog (penciler), Frank Chiaramonte (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Man-Thing I#12 (December, 1974) – Steve Gerber (writer), Steve Buscema (penciler), Klaus Janson (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Man-Thing I#17-18 (May-June, 1975) – Steve Gerber (writer), Jim Mooney (artist), Len Wein (editor)
Man-Thing I#19-20 (July-August, 1975) – Steve Gerber (writer), Jim Mooney (penciler), Frank Springer (inker), Len Wein (editor)
Iron Man Annual I#3 (July, 1976) – Steve Gerber (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Jack Abel (inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)b
Omega the Unknown I#8 (May, 1977) – Roger Stern (writer), Lee Elias (penciler), Jim Mooney (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Omega the Unknown I#9-10 (June-July, 1977) – Steve Gerber, Mary Skrenes (writers), Jim Mooney (penciler), Steve Gerber (editor)
Defenders I#74 (August, 1979) - Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), S. Mitchell (inker), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#75 (September, 1979) – Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#76 (October, 1979) – Steven Grant (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), S. Mitchell (inker), Al Milgrom (editor)
Defenders I#77 (November, 1979) – Steven Grant (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), S. Mitchell, Chic Stone (inkers), Al Milgrom (inker/editor)
Defenders I#78 (December, 1979) – Ed Hannigan (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Al Milgrom (editor)
Savage She-Hulk I#7 (August, 1980) – David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (penciler), Chic Stone (inker), Mary Jo Duffy (editor)
Savage She-Hulk I#8 (September, 1980) – David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (penciler), Chic Stone (inker), Mary Jo Duffy, Allen Milgrom (editor)
Savage She-Hulk I#13-17 (February-June, 1981) – David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (penciler), Frank Springer (inker), Jo Duffy (editor)
Savage She-Hulk I#19-22 (August-November, 1981) – David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (penciler), Frank Springer (inker), Jo Duffy (editor)
Savage She-Hulk I#24 (January, 1982) – David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (penciler), Al Milgrom, Sal Trapani, Armando Gil (inkers), Al Milgrom (editor)
Savage She-Hulk I#25 (February, 1982) – David Kraft (writer), Mike Vosburg (penciler), Al Milgrom, Sal Trapani, Rick Magyar, Mike Gustovich, Dave Simons, Steve Mitchell, Bob Wiacek, Joe Rubinstein, Jack Abel (inkers), Al Milgrom (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk I#36 (February, 1992) – John Byrne (writer), Keith Williams (penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Renee Winterstaeter (editor)
She-Hulk II#3 (February, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Juan Bobillo, Marceloa Sosa, Paul Pelletier, Rick Magyar, Scott Kolins, Mike Vosburg, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, Ron Frenz, Joe Sinnott, Sal Buscema, Mike Mayhew, Don Simpson, Lee Weeks, Eric Powell, Tom Grummett, Gary Erskine (artists), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#20 (September, 2007) - Dan Slott, Ty Templeton (writers), Rick Burchett (penciler), Cliff Rathburn (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
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