She-Hulk is one comic book character who is under-represented in my sketch card collection. I am not 100% sure why that is the case, as she is one of my favorite comic book characters. I have nearly a full run of her books, a couple of She-Hulk statues, and maybe an action figure or two, but I just don't buy a lot of sketch cards with She-Hulk on them. I did add one more to my collection recently, though.
This sketch comes from the 2014 Rittenhouse Marvel Dangerous Divas Series 2 set, and was done by artist Irma 'Aimo' Ahmed. This is one of Ahmed's simpler sketches, but I think it does a good job of illustrating the character. Her homepage says that she did 100 sketches for this set. I always like to see how many sketches the artists do for each set. I don't think most companies will release the numbers, but some do and you can sometimes find artist discussion threads where they talk about how many they did for a particular product. I was happy to find another sketch card for my collection, especially one featuring a character that I don't have many cards of.