I actually had a fully written synopsis and review, but then I accidentally closed the window when I was reaching to click on a tab. I will definitely be writing this out in Word from now on.
The short of it is this issue closes the Blue File case with zero resolution. The only possible explanation given is that some form of reality altering was involved. The art is still bad, but there are a few positives. Dr. Kevin Trench, aka Nightwatch
, is given a great visual update over the knockoff Spawn design from the '90s. And fans of the more hulking She-Hulk will be pleased as Jen's body grows larger during a fight with some gremlin-looking creatures.
This is by far the least enjoyable issue of this series, yet. Charles Soule sets up a potential mystery for Jen and company to solve, only to handwave it away and close the case. Whether or not Soule will return to this plot thread remains to be seen. But, the issue ends with Trench putting out the word on Jen's new law firm, which results in more clients showing up to her doorstep.
And Angie isn't dead. She was revived by Hei Hei, a la breath of life from Catwoman