Interesting issue, full of story as always. At first glance the Stu page seemed a little gratuitous, but then it occurred to me that, in most books, the first page of a story like this probably would have been a splash of the carrier, to establish the size of the thing in preparation for the chaos on board later on - so that was a neat way of achieving that and poking fun at it at the same time. And in a similar vein, Tony showing up complaining about the shadow was a cute jab at his appearances up 'til now - not that I think most of us hadn't guessed it was him, even before Civil War wrapped up.
There was some weird ups and downs with the art this issue - some scenes I felt were really top notch, not just in terms of facial expressions which Burchett does well every month, but also proportions and depth, and making Shulkie look pretty hot in her 'unmentionables', plus Cheesecake kicking ass and looking glorious doing so. But then there were some panels that really looked flat, and had weird proportions (like Agent Cake in the last panel - was her head supposed to have been damaged in the fighting, or what? And Shulkie's facial features, expressive though they are, still tend to wander over her head a bit). I don't want to be one of those people who jumps in demanding an artist change, but, well... surely if Burchett can do the great job he does on the good pages, he can fix the fairly obviously lapses on the others?
I thought how Dan had Jen get her first real clue to Bruce's disappearance was very clever - I guessed it might be something like that as soon as the Furybots started shooting off random phrases (didn't really need Tony to explain what was going on, but best for it to be on the record I guess), but even so it was a very smart way to use the available resources to have She-Hulk find out what she needed to know, without having the information just be lying around waiting for her to find.
As for She-Hulk and Tony 'debriefing'... well, at least she'll know exactly where to kick next issue