Saturday, October 29, 2016
She-Hulk - Trespassing - P. A. Nolte
1/ Jennifer Walters is in her element. We’re seeing her from the position of the unknown person on the witness stand. She’s talking up a storm, but we’re not going to be hearing much of it.
She-Hulk (Cap): Okay, Jen. You can do this.
2/ The judge cocks an eyebrow.
She-Hulk (Cap): Just forget about friendship. Loyalty. Justice.
3/ Jennifer turns to face the jury, obscuring the witness stand. She’s starting to get frustrated. Still talking.
She-Hulk (Cap): You can give Holliway your piece later.
4/ As she turns to wag a finger at the witness stand, she hulks out, ripping her skirt and jacket in that barely tasteful way only She-Hulk can pull off.
She-Hulk: A building which he owns! Legally! Which you had a major part in destroying, along with years of scientific research and millions of dollars in equipment!
She-Hulk: And this is far from the first time!
She-Hulk (Cap): Sorry, Pete…
5/ Spider-Man hangs his head sheepishly. Shulkie’s regained her composure, but she’s still big and green.
She-Hulk: For all previously enumerated charges, violation of the protective order, and trespassing. In the case of Spider-Man v Dr. Otto Octavius, there can be no doubt—
Written by P. A. Nolte at 8:00 AM
Labels: P. A. Nolte, She-Hulk
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