Fantastic Four ! Issue #321 ! Featuring She-Hulk ! Copper Age Comic from 1988 ! by Marvel !

Fantastic Four ! Issue #321 ! Featuring She-Hulk ! Copper Age Comic from 1988 ! by Marvel ! Fantastic Four ! Issue #321 ! Featuring She-Hulk ! Copper Age Comic from 1988 ! by Marvel ! Magazines & Comics

Title: Fantastic Four

Author(s): Steve Englehart, Ron Lim

Publisher: Marvel

Date: 1988

First Printing: YES

Comic Age: Copper Age

Issue: #321

Searching for the Hulk after his battle with the Thing, [1] [2] Ms. Marvel has stormed in on the apartment of the Hulk's cousin, Jennifer Walters -- aka the She-Hulk. When She-Hulk hears about how Ben is in the hospital she offers her condolences, but Sharon is too angry over the situation that she lets out her frustrations on Jen, accusing her of taking Ben's place when he had been estranged from the Fantastic Four and bailed as soon as he returned. Jennifer defends herself, reminding Ms. Marvel that she was chosen by the Thing and that she served the Fantastic Four proudly. She also offers her apologies for Sharon's recent transformations into a She-Thing. When Sharon blows this off, She-Hulk reaches for her demanding to know why she is seeking out the Hulk. When Sharon tells Jen that she intends to defeat the Hulk in a fight, she angrily slaps Walters' hand away. This leads to the two female powerhouses trading blows, smashing through the walls of the apartment building, spilling the battle out into the street. Although Sharon has the advantage of landing the first blow, eventually She-Hulk turns the tables and knocks Ventura down. Feeling like she has gotten her aggression out of her system, Sharon finally decides to listen to reason and talk things out with Jennifer instead.

As peace is being made, the two women are unaware that they are being watched by a mysterious being who has rented out an empty office space on the 100th floor of the Empire State Building. His viewing of the events happening in the city below are almost interrupted by the night time janitor making his rounds. However before he can open the door into the empty office, the mysterious man uses his mental powers to make the man believe that he has cleaned the office already, forcing him to turn and leave. Satisfied that his work will be uninterrupted, he whistles for his minion to get to work. Above the Empire State Building, the Dragon Man howls in response and flies into the air above the city.

Meanwhile, at a nearby bar, the She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel sit down for a drink so Sharon can tell her all about what has happened. Sharon recalls how she, Johnny and his wife Alicia rushed down to the hospital to check on Ben after his fight with the Hulk. Sharon had apologized for not being there, but Ben remarks how he finally managed to beat the Hulk in a one-on-one brawl. Ben recalls how the battle was briefly interrupted by a mechanical version of the Hulk, and how at the end of the fight the Hulk attempted to drown him. With the story over, Alicia offers to stay and keep Ben company. This causes a moment of unease with Johnny, but Sharon doesn't have a problem with her staying, as they all know where everyone stands in their relationships. She then remarks on how when she left the hospital, Sharon spotted a strange man standing on the street. This individual then blasted her with an energy beam and then quickly vanished. Concluding her tale, Sharon explains why this was why she was in such an angry mood when she showed up on She-Hulk's doorstep looking for her cousin.

Back at the hospital, Alicia and Ben have a moment to talk about how strained things had gotten after Ben found out that she and Johnny were in a relationship and later got married. The two reconcile the pain that union has caused, and Ben tells her that he sees the bright side now, if it weren't for Johnny and Alicia getting together, he wouldn't have his current romance with Sharon. Elsewhere in the city, the Human Torch flies in the air mulling over his current troubles, realizing that while he loves his wife he still has feelings for his old girlfriend Crystal. This is made all the more troubling after he felt jealousy when Alicia opted to stay with Ben at the hospital. Thinking it all over, he is glad that Crystal has returned to the moon to try and work out her marriage with Quicksilver and be with her husband and daughter. He finds that even though he has been faithful with his wife, these thoughts about Crystal still make him feel guilty.

At that very moment, She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel are walking the streets as Sharon explains the romantic troubles plaguing her teammates over the last while when suddenly they are both attacked by the Dragon Man. The creature begins striking Sharon, and when She-Hulk tries to come to her aid, the android pushes her aside. Sharon manages to fight it off and Jen tries to rejoin the fight but gets tripped up by the creature's tail. As they continue fighting, She-Hulk realizes that she has to change tactics. Remembering hearing about how the Dragon Man had an infatuation for the Invisible Woman, Jen begins flaunting her body at the android, making it bashful enough that it flees the scene without further incident. Sharon then remarks on the irony of how its the very femininity that she lost becoming the She-Thing, the thing that she so reviled, that ultimately won the battle that day. But still in the end, Sharon still feels that she gained so much being mutated by cosmic rays she is glad she sacrificed her womanhood in order to be where she is now.

As the two women walk away from the scene of the battle, Dragon Man secretly enters the Empire State Building, returning to its master. The mysterious man considers this attack a complete success as he managed to collect just what he was seeking: a sample of Ms. Marvel's blood. Having already harnessed the cells of the Thing, all that remains are the cells belonging to the Torch, a challenge considering the hero's flame powers. However, the mysterious being is convinced that this will not prove to be a difficult problem for someone who is a Watcher.

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