Jennifer Walters (Marvel)(Earth-721)
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None on her earth of origin (Earth A). When this Jennifer Walters travelled to Earth-616 through Albert E. DeVoor's Atomic Resequencer, her molecules were realigned on an atomic level to match the structure of that Earth's (Earth B) Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk). Therefore, she possessed all the powers that She-Hulk of Earth-616 possessed.
Jennifer Walters of Earth A (Earth-721) came to Earth B (the regular Marvel Universe ) through Albert E. DeVoor's Atomic Resequencer. The machine allowed this Jennifer Walters to 'become' She-Hulk of the regular Marvel Universe.
It's unclear of what adventures this She-Hulk took part it, but it was recently revealed that it was in fact this She-Hulk that slept with the Juggernaut during the time she was his defense lawyer.
The fact that everyone kept accusing She-Hulk of Earth B (regular Marvel Universe) of sleeping with the Juggernaut was causing great confusion to She-Hulk of Earth B. At one point, Wolverine turned down an advance of hers claiming he didn't want the Juggernaut's sloppy seconds.
This Jennifer Walters was finally discovered after a public battle with The Rhino (really Aleksei Sytsevich of Earth A [Earth-721]) when she couldn't name the current president of the United States, claiming that it was Al Gore, and then quickly changing her answer to George Bush.
She was incarcerated along with many other people from Earth A who had travelled to Earth B (616) as their Earth B counterparts. Some of the Earth B counterparts that were seen were Ms. Marvel, Pulsar, Scarlet Witch, Dr. Strange, White Tiger, 3-D Man and Jack of Hearts.
This Jennifer Walters gave up Albert DeVoor and is dimensional vacation plot to the Jennifer Walters of Earth B and GLK&H (the law firm which Jennifer Walters of Earth B works for).
When it was discovered that Dirk Garthwaite (The Wrecker of Earth B) was on DeVoor's tourist list, this Jennifer Walters was allowed to take him down because the Jennifer Walters of Earth B still didn't have her powers after Iron Man had implanted her with power-inhibiting nanites. She also helped in retaining many more Earth A counterparts to send them back to their own dimension.
For a moment, the Jennifer Walters of Earth B was actually going to replace the Jennifer Walters of Earth A because she no longer felt she had a place in her own world since she was no longer She-Hulk. She felt the worlded needed She-Hulk, and since she couldn't be her anymore, someone needed to be.
As the Jennifer Walters of Earth B stepped through the Atomic Resequencer, Reed Richards (Mr. Fantastic) realized that he could use the machine to realign her atoms to match the structure of her Earth A counterpart. And since her Earth A counterpart had been on Earth B since before Jennifer Walters was implanted with the power-inhibiting nanities, she was now officially nanite free and could be She-Hulk again.
After this was done, Jennifer Walters of Earth B realized that she wanted to stay on her world, and Jennifer Walters of Earth A realized she wanted to return to her world where she deeply missed the love of her world's Pug. After returning to her world, she was reunited with Pug.
It's unclear of what issue Jennifer Walters of Earth-721 first appears in. Since it was techincally this Jennifer Walters that slept with Juggernaut, she'd have to be around in the Marvel Universe since issue #435 of The Uncanny X-Men which was released in February of 2004. Since it is unclear of where she first appeared, and issue #21 of She-Hulk (2005) is where it's first discovered who she is, that's the issue that's listed as her first apperance. It's also unclear of how many adventures this She-Hulk took part in instead of the regular Marvel Universe She-Hulk, but to date, it seems the only adventures she took part in as She-Hulk were the issues of Uncanny X-Men.
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (1963) #435
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Essential X-Men (1995)
#142 She-Hulk (2005)
- 'The Funeral Of Magneto!'
#21 Uncanny X-Men (1963)
- 'Another Me, Another U'
- 'Trial of the Juggernaut, Part 1 of 2'#436
- 'The Trial of Juggernaut, Conclusion'
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