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Savage She Hulk

CBUB Wins: 0
CBUB Losses: 2
Win Percentage: 0%

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Official Site: Marvel Comics

She-Hulk (Lyra) is a fictional comic book superhero appearing in books published by Marvel Comics. She is from an alternate future of Marvel's main timeline, and is the daughter of that reality's Thundra and the Hulk. Created by writer Jeff Parker and artist Mitch Breitweiser, Lyra first appears in Hulk: Raging Thunder.

The character first appeared in a one-shot story entitled Hulk: Raging Thunder #1 (August 2008), and then in Hulk Family: Green Genes #1 (February 2009). The character "received enough of a positive fan response to earn her a try-out in a brand-new mini-series." So in 2009 All New Savage She-Hulk, a four-issue limited series, began, written by Fred Van Lente with pencils by Robert Q. Atkins and Peter Vale.

Following the failed assassination attempt during which a key component of the male genetic birthing matrix—stolen to replace an identical component of the Femizon's matrix—is destroyed, Lyra is dispatched back in time to the era of Dark Reign on Earth-616 in a last ditch attempt to prevent the extinction of her people. Assisted by Boudicca, a digital wrist toy reprogrammed with Femizon technology, Lyra begins seeking the greatest hero of the era—by which she inevitably means a man, due to the word's definition male-specific curse in her culture. Due to many of the warring tribes of men having taken former heroes (the majority of these 'heroes' appear to be Dark Avengers, and thus, are really villains) such as Wolverine, and Sentry as symbols of worship to continue their war on the Femizons, Lyra hopes that by killing the greatest hero, the men will have nothing to worship and many Femizons will be spared.

She comes into conflict with the original She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), and the two had a battle. In this fight, She-Hulk makes references to Thundra and how she looks similar to Lyra, which angers Lyra. It is then discovered that Lyra becomes weaker as she becomes angrier. Before Jennifer can capitalize, the Sentry intervenes. Lyra tells the Sentry that she is looking for the greatest hero, and the name of that hero is Norman Osborn. When Lyra finally manages to confront him, she reveals that her mission is not to kill him, but to breed with him. Upon kissing him, she recollects all the evil he will be responsible for creating in the future and refuses to go through with it. Norman and the rest of the Dark Avengers corner Lyra, but Jennifer Walters rushes to her aid. Both manage to escape by the aid of A.R.M.O.R. Instead of returning back to her Earth, Lyra decides to stay and become an agent of A.R.M.O.R.

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Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Pitt 9 to 10
Loss Caiera 4 to 17