Written by Jason Aaron
Art by Javier Garron
Colors by David Curiel
Letters by Cory Petit
The Rundown: The Red Widow continues to work on breaking She-Hulk as the Avengers mount a rescue mission.
At a secret Russian facility, the Winter Guard continues its mission to break Jennifer and turn her into their own agent. As Jennifer continues to hold onto her identity, the Red Widow continues to manipulate her into embracing her rage, but it proves harder than she imagined. At the same time, an alert tells them that they have run out of time.
The Avengers arrive to rescue their teammate and both Tony and Steve are on point to infiltrate the base. As things get more hectic, Carol and Thor move in as backup. With things getting more intense, Widow releases Jennifer who cuts a path of destruction through the Winter Guard. As she escapes, the Avengers have to wonder who she was really targeting.
The Story: Aaron pulls out the stops in this issue. I loved the action throughout and how the Avengers work as a team. Their dynamic is what brings me back to this book. I enjoyed the struggle and intrigue throughout and seeing how She-Hulk reacts in the aftermath is going to be really interesting.
The Art: Javier Garron delivers some amazing art throughout this story. The action is tense and full of energy. The panels are beautifully detailed and I love the energy of the imagery.