Although She-Hulk deeply values close emotional ties with family, friends, and lovers, she seldom admits the depth of her need for these attachments.
She managed to recover, but the stress from her fight with Thanos added to the loss of her cousin caused Jen to transform into her savage Grey Hulk persona.
On the way there, agents of , the crime boss who had killed Jen's mother years before, shot and seriously wounded her.
During the fight, however, She-Hulk noticed that the weapon her father was using was rigged to explode to kill them both all part of Trask's plan , so she threw him aside before it exploded, saving him from certain death.
While in Stark's Helicarrier, she is attacked and beaten by the who states to her that he's not Bruce.
In 1990, She-Hulk appeared in the two-issue limited series She-Hulk: Ceremony.