*Marvel: Shulkie is a great favourite of ours here at 30th Century. In her first series, the Savage She-Hulk from 1980, we were presented with competent if somewhat standard Marvel fare of the time, where Jen was little more than a female equivalent of her illustrious cousin and a lot of fans asked: ‘What’s next? Hulk Hound?’ But in the hands of John Byrne, she was revitalised into a character of both warmth and comedy, first in the pages of Fantastic Four and then in her second ongoing series, the Sensational She-Hulk in 1989. Byrne messed with convention, breaking the 4th wall and having fun with many of Marvel’s lamest villains, but all with great charm. Although he sadly left after just a few issues, he later returned for a longer run. The title just wasn’t the same without him, and folded after 60 issues, over twice the length of the Savage run. She-Hulk has gone from strength to strength since then, remaining a cornerstone of the Marvel Universe to this day. Many issues of both series fresh into stock; see our catalogue for details.