Hyperion Books And The Retroist Present: The She-Hulk Diaries And Rogue Touch Book Giveaway!

Images courtesy of Hyperion Books and Marvel Entertainment.

Images courtesy of Hyperion Books and Marvel Entertainment.

Thanks to our friends over at Hyperion Books and Marvel Entertainment we have a copy of The She-Hulk Diaries by Marta Acosta and Rogue Touch by Christine Woodward to giveaway to two lucky readers of the Retroist!
Rogue Touch - Hyperion Books - Marvel Entertainment
Now you might wonder what you have to do to be entered in this fantastic giveaway. All you have to do to be entered in the drawing is to leave a comment below, or send me a tweet, or you can even post your answer on Facebook. The question is who is your favorite female Marvel Comics Character? It is that simple.


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13 thoughts on “Hyperion Books And The Retroist Present: The She-Hulk Diaries And Rogue Touch Book Giveaway!

  1. Batfan says:

    This would be for my wife so, I’ll answer with her favorite female Marvel character … She-Hulk! Would love to give her this She-Hulk book :)

  2. Stonie Williams says:

    Sif. She’s a wonderfully complex and interesting character whom I believe hasn’t gotten nearly the spotlight she’s deserved over the years. Though it’s awesome to see her starring in Journey into Mystery lately, there’s still so much that can be done and explored with her. I’d love to see her in a regular team dynamic. I think she could be Marvel’s equivalent to Wonder Woman if given half the chance. Only. Ya know. Nordic instead of Greek, and therefore, far cooler.

  3. KennyB3000 says:

    She-Hulk has been a favorite from the time I started reading comics. This looks awesome!

  4. I’d also love to win one of these for my wife – she reads trashy romance all the time, I wonder what she’d think of these.

    My answer to the question is: Spiral.

  5. Shinto says:

    My seven-year-old daughter was just telling me last night that She-Hulk is her favorite comic book character, and then I see this contest. Coincidence? Maybe. Still, she would love this.

  6. Gabriel Bradley says:

    Definitely Dazzler. I’ve always been disappointed that she was phased out and replaced with Jubilee due to their similar power sets

  7. David Lovejoy says:

    Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk) is my choice as a favorite female Marvel leading lady! Over the years I have watched her character grow from the young lawyer/damsel-in-distress who received the gift/curse of her cousin Bruce’s blood transfusion and into a real player in the Marvel Universe. As a leading lady or a team player Jen is a force to be reckoned with. Of course there is always that pesky gamma radiation to keep her unpredictable and on the edge.

  8. I am with you 100% Gabriel Bradley. Alison Blaire was always one of my favorite Mutant characters and she totally didn’t deserve to get phased out, even if she ended up helping to free the Mojoverse. Or has that been retconned now?

  9. Rogue for sure. She has been one of my favorite characters since I first watched the X-Men cartoon as a kid, and my love has only grown since.

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