Yet again Geoff Johns delivers us a fantastically crafted tale of humanism and heroism. Much as it pains me to say it, Geoff Johns may actually craft a better story than Kurt Busiek, and I have been a die-hard fan of Busiek’s work for decades. This volume primarily focused on She-Hulk, as is evidenced by the title, but more surprising to me was the character growth of Ant Man and Jack of Hearts. In the end the story was more about them than She-Hulk, and I find that I am ok with that shift of focus. I wish I had the next volume ready at hand because I want to see where this story goes next.