Betty’s journey to find Eleanor continues in Red She-Hulk #65 as she and Machine Man end up at Mount Rushmore where a crucial part of the terranometer is held. They faced copies of the worst villains of all time, Doctor Doom, Red Skull, Loki, and Ultron. Some of the dialogue was a bit dull as they made their way to the center of the terranometer, but it was the action as they met it’s defenses that made what felt dull a bit more appealing. Betty’s fight with Yologarch was decent with her outsmarting it’s programming, but unless Parker has some use for him in the future then it was a wasted moment to bring him into the story and let him run amok in public.
What many fans of the Avengers movie may enjoy is the small homage to the Hulk’s fight with Loki as Betty does the same to this Loki as well. It was a very nice touch by Parker that makes her feel as authentic as she has been throughout this series.
The only thing that wasn’t right with this book is that the art style changed half way through the book. The first half looked good if not great, yet the second half was drawn poorly, mainly the facial features and body structures. But then it went back to how it originally was in the beginning which was distracting.