She-Hulk (Vol. 2)

Bruce Banner's cousin Jennifer Walters was gravely injured by mob violence. Unable to get her to the hospital in time, Bruce gave her an emergency blood transfusion using his gamma-irradiated blood since he had a compatible blood type. As a result she can transform into a female version of the Hulk. She's smaller and less powerful than her cousin, but retains full control while in "hulk" mode.

This series grants her one power that very few heroes possess: the ability to break the "fourth wall" and speak directly to her audience, creators, or anyone else outside of the context of the story. She's completely aware that she is living in a comic book.

  She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #3
Story: “My Guest Star,...My Enemy!”
Summary: She-Hulk & Spider-Man vs. The Headmen
Editor: Bobbie Chase
Writer: John Byrne
Pencils: John Byrne
Inker: Bob Wiacek
  She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #29
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Story: “The Fourth Wall--And Beyond!”
Summary: Spider-Man Appears
  She-Hulk (Vol. 2) #37
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Story: “The Big Rub Out”
Summary: Wolverine, Punisher, Spider-Man on Cover
Editor: Renee Witterstaetter
Writer: John Byrne
Pencils: John Byrne
Inker: Keith Williams