unnamed hood wearing sunglasses

Religion: not determined yet

Name: unnamed hood wearing sunglasses

Classification: villain villain  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: The Savage She-Hulk #1 (Feb. 1980): "The She-Hulk Lives"

Creators: Stan Lee, John Buscema, Chic Stone

Number of Appearances: 1

Enemy of: Bruce Banner, She-Hulk

Ally: unnamed mustachioed hood

Occupation: gangster, thug

Worked for: Nick Trask

Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

Race: white

Gender: male

Note: attacked Jen Walters, leading to her becoming She-Hulk

Los Angeles-based criminal attorney Jennifer "Jen" Walters was defending a hood named Lou Monkton, who had been falsely accused of murdering a bodyguard working for gangster Nick Trask. Walters knew that Trask himself committed the murder and framed Monkton for it, but she had little evidence with which to prove her client innocent. She planted a rumor that she had found secret evidence proving Trask committed the murder. She wanted to shake Trask up and cause him to reveal something she could use in court to defend her client.

Jennifer Walters' plan turned out to have dangerous consequences. In order to silence her, Trask sent two thugs who worked for him to kill Walters: a mustachioed black man and a long-haired white man wearing sunglasses. In their first attempt, the two hoods drove by Walters' home as she was getting out of he car. They shot her in the back. Before they could finish her off, however, Walters' cousin Bruce Banner managed to hold them off with a garden hose and then get the critically injured Walters to safety. Banner gave Walters an emergency blood transfusion (using his own blood, which later caused her to become the She-Hulk), and he called for an ambulance to take her to the hospital.

While at the hospital, the two thugs who originally attacked Walters, flanked by a third Trask thug, attacked her again, this time dressed as doctors. This time Walters was not defenseless. She transformed into the She-Hulk for the first time, fought them off, and then chased them. As "She-Hulk" (a name given to her by the thugs themselves), Walters caught the fleeing thugs and shook a confession out of them, which nearby police heard. The thugs' own words provided sufficient testimony to show that Trask (not Monkton) had killed Trask's bodyguard.

This character is in the following 3 stories which have been indexed by this website:
Essential Savage She-Hulk (July 2006): "The She-Hulk Lives"
Hulk Family: Green Genes #1 (Feb. 2009): "The She-Hulk Lives"
The Savage She-Hulk #1 (Feb. 1980): "The She-Hulk Lives"