I loved John Byrne’s Sensational She-Hulk back in 1989. It was a fun ride, from space truckers to breaking the fourth wall.
I have been very impressed with Charles Soule’s new She-Hulk series, focusing more on the practice of law than smashing super-villains.
However, unlike the actual practice, no one gets to fight robots or have judges accept motions without any underlining pleadings.
Marguerite Kenner (@LegalValkyrie) and Alasdair Cookie (@AlasdairStuart) joined me while on holiday from the United Kingdom to discuss the first four issues of the new She-Hulk comic.
We cover many topics, including She-Hulk setting up her law practice, the duty of loyalty to clients, and the legality of secretly recording someone in California from the first issue of the new series.
We also analyze whether or not Kristoff Vernard’s Application for Asylum in form I-589 would be granted. Let’s just say he would have challenges overcoming the history of whether he has “persecuted another person” or “represent a danger to the United States.”