Many comic fans know about She-Hulk, a fan-favorite from her Fantastic Four days, plus all the fabulous illustrations and writing by John Byrne. Her green skin and strength were the result of a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner (The Hulk). A television show renewed new interest in the character, as well as creating a dynamic between her and fellow attorney Matt Murdock. This then created a new question: did She-Hulk and Daredevil date in the comics? As of the time of this writing, no. However, there were She-Hulk comics with Daredevil present, as we shall explore.
In 2014, a comic called She-Hulk has Jennifer Walters returned to her original profession from before she gained her powers. I am not going to lie, this has to be the worst, most boring idea for a comic book ever. Even though it has story-lines involving other superheroes within Marvel, it’s still drier than the Sahara Desert. If there is one positive aspect, though, it’s that within these pages are She-Hulk comics with Daredevil. The fun starts with issue 4. Dr Doom had just taken back his son after he tried to take asylum in America. Representing him, Walters actually succeeded in political asylum, but that didn’t stop him from being taken back anyway. Walters doesn’t know what to do, so she decides to seek another person for legal counsel.
Issue 4 is the first of the bunch of She-Hulk comics with Daredevil, or at least in this series anyway. Walters travels to California and sits on top of a bridge with Matt Murdock, who we also recognize as Daredevil. She tells him the situation and asks for advice. He advises her not to go to Latveria to retrieve Dr Doom’s Son. Matt then makes an ironic statement, saying that it’s funny how they never have gone up against each other in court. Lo and behold, in issue 9 we see Walters defending Steve Rogers (Captain America) for a wrongful death suit, and the opposing counsel is Matt Murdock. I would tell you the story, but it’s boring as hell.
If you would like to get your hands on these comics, go ahead and check them out. They were drawn by Javier Pulido. His art style looks weird. It looks like it was drawn using a computer tablet, and he couldn’t find the “pressure sensitivity” button, since there is a lack of line weights. There is absolutely no cross-hatching, stippling, or any other inking technique used to show transition from dark to light.
If you just want to read She-Hulk comics in general, nothing beats the old Sensational She-Hulk run from 1989. It was funny and easy to read, plus Walters would break the fourth wall a lot. I would be lying if I said it was a deep comic, but in contrast with all of this terrible lawyer stuff, it’s a breath of fresh air. Plus, the artist is a thousand times more talented, and knows how to compliment the female form.