Issue(s): She-Hulk #19, She-Hulk #20
It's the "Mom? Why's that straight laying a trip on daddy...?" that gets me.
Gerber doesn't really seem to have anywhere to go from there, though...
...and by issue #20 we have the not even worth of Cracked Magazine title of "Dorkham Asylum". And Three-Face.
She-Hulk gets a job through Lex Loopner to handle publicity arrangements for "Nosferata", our Batman analogue (the "nose for what?" joke on the cover of #19 is repeated in the interior). She ends up helping Nosferata fight the Joker analogue (Jack Serious) before calling it a day.
Quality Rating: D+
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
I had no idea Bryan Hitch's art career extended back this far.
Posted by: Bob | June 29, 2015 5:39 PM
You spell the name Noserata. Isn't it Nosferata? The "f" is kinda important.
Posted by: Chris | June 29, 2015 9:59 PM
Definitely Nosferata or else the "nose for what?" joke wouldn't work. Thanks.
Posted by: fnord12 | June 29, 2015 10:13 PM
Posted by: cullen | June 30, 2015 12:31 AM
Hitch's Death's Head stuff was beautiful.
Neary has a lot more to do with his evolution, as one could see when Andrew Currie inked him on Ultimates.
Posted by: Vin the Comics Guy | June 30, 2015 7:10 AM
Is Nosferata supposed to be gay? In the third scan where she appears in her civvies, Hitch draws her to look like a stereotypical butch lesbian.
Posted by: Tuomas | June 30, 2015 7:33 AM
Tuomas, when Nosferata went out to fight crime for the first time in issue #19, she did it disguised as a man complete with a bald cap. The three thugs she went after thrashed her. In the third scan, she's still wearing the same clothes she used for her man disguise. Based off that, I presumed she cut her hair short so she wouldn't be uncomfortable wearing the bald cap.
Posted by: Rick | July 1, 2015 3:28 PM
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