Mariko Tamaki's She-Hulk run is the latest comic to be cut by Marvel

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Dec 27, 2017

Another superhero is about to bite the dust. In the latest development of Marvel cancellations, She-Hulk writer Mariko Tamaki said on Twitter that Issue #163 will be her final issue on the series. 

"We wanted to leave this series with Jen/She-Hulk ready for all the things she has ahead of her, and I think we've done that," Tamaki wrote in a statement to her followers yesterday. "I'm fortunate to have had the opportunity to write this character through some serious challenges. I worked with an incredible team and collaborated with incredible artists on this series, and I can't wait to tell you the stuff we are working on next!"

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Focusing on Jennifer Walters after Marvel's Civil War II, the series has only been around since last winter. The art for the main series was done by Nico Leon, while the Legacy issues were handled by Jahnoy Lindsay and Diego Olortegui.

She-Hulk joins Captain Marvel, Generation X, America, The Unbelievable Gwenpool, Luke Cage, and Defenders as the publisher's seemingly terminated titles. Still, we've got a few months until it's gone, as Issue #163 will be released on March 7, 2018. The synopsis of the book is a tad on the vague side:

"Jen Walters has gone through some stuff. She’s fought golems made of rage and fear, faced monsters twice her size and won tough court battles. What’s next for Jen? Well … let’s find out."