Marvel comics has released their January solicits and it's clearly labeled that She-Hulk #12 is the final issue.
This seriously feels like something DC would do, doesn't it? And they'd take loads of crap for doing it. Message boards and twitter would be exploding with criticism as to why they can't seem to get anything right. And although She-Hulk is trending on twitter at the time of this post, it's different.
This is Marvel we're talking about. They hold a significant amount of top ten books each month (except in September because DC variants rule all) and their movies live in a fantasy world where people just throw money at them.
I'm betting that the people at Marvel think they can pretty much do anything they want at this point.
Marvel NOW branding allows them to cancel a title, only to re-launch it with a new #1 issue and a freshly squeezed adjective. Maybe that is what's happening here, but honestly the backlash is warranted (and encouraged) until fans get an explanation.
Charles Soule, who writes the She-Hulk comic book, just signed an exclusive deal to write for Marvel and this is how he's rewarded?
Will respond re: She-Hulk soon, thank you for the kind words, folks!
— Will Eat Your Soule (@CharlesSoule) October 21, 2014
Looking forward to it!
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