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Appearing in "He's Dead?!"Edit
- Silver Surfer (in a picture)
- Spider-Man (in a picture)
- Sub-Mariner (in a picture)
- Renee Witterstaetter
- Thor (in a comic book story)
- Human Torch (Johnny Storm) (in a comic book story)
- Smeg (in a comic book story)
- Asgardians (in a comic book story)
- Tom DeFalco
- Mark Gruenwald
- Wasp (Janet van Dyne) (in a comic book story)
- Atlanteans (in a comic book story)
- John Byrne
- Marvel Offices
- London (in a comic book story)
- Asgard (in a comic book story)
Synopsis for "He's Dead?!"Edit
When her editor Renee Witterstaetter tells her John Byrne is dead, She-Hulk tries out a number of artists and writers including Walter Simonson, Frank Miller, Dave Gibbons, and Terry Austin, to decide who'll take over from him, with the issue taking her through their different styles.
Appearing in "War Zone"Edit
- War Zone (Destroyed)
Synopsis for "War Zone"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Story pages: pages 1-23 (first part of "He's Dead?!", page 4 by Gibbons, 6 and 7 by Miller, 9 and 10 by Wendy and Richard Pini, 12 and 13 by Simonson and Workman (uncredited), 15 by Chaykin (with b&w art), 17 by Austin, 19 and 20 by Hughes, 22 by Mackie), 24-33 ("War Zone" story), 34-38 (second part of "He's Dead?!").
- "War Zone" is a comic book story told within the "He's Dead?!" story, being a "special prologue" to She-Hulk's new adventures.
- No trivia.
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