Issue 1 of The Savage She-Hulk, which was published in the latter part of 1979, included Jennifer Walters' debut appearance in a comic book.
The "Avengers Disassembled" narrative arc appears in issues #500 through #504 of the original Avengers run. This tale is well-known to many admirers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe,
She-Hulk has frequently clashed with The Fantastic Four and even briefly joined their team in comic book storylines from the 1980s and 2010s.
In this comic run, She-Hulk abandoned the "Savage" moniker and explores more human aspects of the character.
The emphasis of the second book in She-solo Hulk's series is primarily Jennifer Walters' legal career.
A trade paperback titled "Single Green Female" was published in 2007 and contained the first six issues of She-2004 Hulk's run.
The green-skinned attorney who is a favourite of Marvel fans everywhere plays a more supporting role in several She-Hulk arcs.
Following the World War Hulk incident, Jennifer Walters teams up with Lyra in this four-issue run.
Many Marvel fans consider Charles Soule's third volume of She-solo Hulk's run to be one of the best representations of Jennifer Walters ever.