Appearing in "Dark Art, Part 1"Edit
- Juggernaut (Cain Marko) (Mentioned)
- Bran Murphy (First full appearance)
- Bendigeidfran (Behind the scenes)
- Mr. Moore (First appearance)
- Avengers (Mentioned)
- Fantastic Four (Mentioned)
- S.H.I.E.L.D. (Mentioned)
- Tony Stark (Mentioned)
- Erin Murphy (First appearance)
- Mrs. Murphy (First appearance)
- Monique (First appearance)
- Sy-Torak Gem (Behind the scenes)
Synopsis for "Dark Art, Part 1"Edit
In Cleveland, Jazinda and Jennifer head for 271 Carey Street to speak with Bran Murphy. His daughter says that he is at work and Mrs. Murphy slams the front door of the house shut in their faces. Jazinda and Jennifer drive to Cleveland Browns Stadium to look for Bran. Posing as vendors, they scout the stands for Bran and locate him in the third row. Murphy is sitting with Arthur Moore. She-Hulk attacks Murphy and Moore, but Murphy is able to throw She-Hulk onto the football field. This surprises She-Hulk because he is showing enhanced strength. Jazinda gets shot and the men run while the women give chase. Outside of the stadium, they clash again and Bran insists he did not cause a building in Manhattan to explode. The police arrive and Moore tells them that She-Hulk is violating the restraining order that Moore has against her.
For the second time in 24-hours, She-Hulk finds herself in jail. Her cellmate tells her a brief glimpse at her life, which involves having been raped and having hospitalized the man who was trying to sell her daughter drugs. The discussion revolves somewhat around whether or not Jennifer has slept with Juggernaut; Jennifer tells the woman that Juggernaut is gay.
- No special notes.
- * Tracking down the mysterious bomber who attacked her in New York City, She-Hulk finds herself in prison – and the story of why she left her legal career behind finally begins to come to light.
She-Hulk is booked in the Cleveland Police Department with #2024561414. This number has been associated, by some sources, with the White House.
The Cleveland Browns are playing host to the San Diego Chargers.
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