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Jill Stevens

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Bio:
Jill Stevens was the best friend of Jennifer Walters (The She-Hulk).

Jennifer, a Criminal Defense Attorney, was working on a case where she was defending a small-time hood, Lou Monkton, against murder charges. He had been charged with the murder of Nicholas Trask's bodyguard, but was being framed by Trask, who had committed the murder himself.

Getting too close to the truth, Trask put out a hit on Jennifer. Jennifer was shot in the back, but was saved by a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner (The Hulk). This caused Jennifer to become The She-Hulk.

During yet another attempt on Jennifer's life, Trask had his men tamper with Jennifer's car, jamming the accelerator, cutting the key transmission to the engine, and cutting the brakes.

After recieving a fake call from Trask's men that Jennifer needed to pick up some papers at the District Attorney's office, Jill volunteered to go pick them up for her. Realizing too late that it was a trap, Jennifer chased after the car, and re-injured her gunshot wound, causing her to turn into The She-Hulk.

She-Hulk did all she could to save Jill, and was moments away from stopping the out of control car when Buck Bukowski, a rival attorney of Jennifer's, believing Jennifer to be in the car and in danger from The She-Hulk, slammed his car into The She-Hulk, throwing her out of the path of the vehicle. Without She-Hulk to stop the car, it plunged off the edge of a bridge and exploded after landing on a fuel truck. Jill was killed in the explosion, and She-Hulk was blamed for her death, although she was later cleared of this charge.

Notes:


First Appearance: The Savage She-Hulk (1980) #2

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Issue Appearances:
The Savage She-Hulk (1980)
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989)

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