Pulido is extremely inventive in his use of panels across the fold and alternating between flows across the page and then switching to columns.
However in the trade paperback edition these don't work as well as the book is not as flat as the original comic and you get channelled into column reading.
The story of Jennifer setting up her own law firm works as straight-forward soap opera before you even get on to the superhero stuff.
An example of that distortion.
Both Javier Pulido and Ron Wimberley have engaging art styles. My personal preference is for Pulido's extremely flat pencils.
The format of the book is a bit frustrating. The volume ends at what feels like the start of story arc. Finishing on the conclusion of the Doom storyline would have been more satisfying.
These She-Hulk stories are what I regard as classic superhero comics. The character is extremely powerful and so the challenges she faces are ones of morality and intellect, ones that have no easy solution in force or violence.
"Ninety percent of lawyering is conversations."
"What's the other ten percent?"
"Mostly beating up robots apparently."
Favourite exchange so far:
"I kind of want to wreck this gigantic Doom, but..."
"Do not wreck this gigantic Doom."