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Angie Cryer

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Bio:
Angie Cryer was the girlfriend of Baily Briggs, an airplane designer for Hammer Aeronautics. Cryer broke up with Briggs after he dedicated more of his life to his plane, than to her.

Briggs was soonafter murdered by his boss, Maxwell Newton after Briggs continually cost the company millions of dollars by pushing the delivery date of his plane back.

Briggs' spirit came back to clear Newton of all charges, even though he knew him to be guilty, and pointed the finger at his ex-girlfriend, Cryer.

Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk) and Mallory Book were able to figure out that Briggs had accused Cryer in a misguided attempt to show his love for her, claiming that until they were together in the afterlife, he wouldn't be able to move on.

Cryer's name was clear and no charges were brought against her, and Briggs' was placed in an afterlife holding cell after attempting to murder Walters and Book while they were investigating the case.

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First Appearance: She-Hulk (2004) #3

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Issue Appearances:
She-Hulk (2004)
She-Hulk (2005)

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