Time now for part 10 of our 12-part series, What’s On Ronnie’s Calendars. As always, this segment is brought to you by the makers of the Women of Marvel calendar and the freebie Marvel calendar that they give away at the end of the year in comic book shops.
The HULK’s cousin is the featured Woman of Marvel for October. If you’re wondering why she’s pretending to be Lady Justice, that’s because in her civilian identity of Jennifer Walters she is a lawyer.
In one of Marvel’s many attempts to publish a She-Hulk comic they recently tried to run one that was a law firm situation comedy. It failed like most She-Hulk comics, but it was pretty entertaining.
For the She-Hulk impaired, Jennifer Walters was the cousin of Bruce Banner, aka HULK. She gets injured or something and requires an immediate blood transfusion. The only available donor is Bruce, and his Gamma-irradiated blood winds up turning Jen into the Sensational She-Hulk. Jennifer doesn’t become a mindless beast the way Banner often does when she hulks out. She-Hulk is a member in good standing of The Avengers.
I had a heck of a time finding this particular image online. I didn’t know the artist’s name or what comic this came from, so I had to do a generic search of Wolverine images. And let me tell you, there are a lot of Wolverine images on the internet — many of them featuring a shirtless Hugh Jackman.
I knew the picture had to be from a recent Wolverine comic, but given that Marvel publishes 500 comics a month featuring Wolverine that didn’t help.
I waded through several pages of images before finally coming across it. If you’re wondering why I’m boring you with this story, it’s because I really don’t have anything new to say about Wolverine. If you don’t know the Wolverine story by now, I can’t help you.
Wolverine is a member of the X-Men, X-Force, The Avengers, The New Avengers, The Fantastic Four and the Justice League of America. Just kidding on that last one — the JLA wishes they had Wolverine for a member.