‘She/ Hulk’ Episode Runtimes Reportedly Revealed
It is one of the final projects of the MCU’s frequently restructured Phase Four, and it should present the ever-growing universe with a project that is completely unique, and with it, just a couple of weeks away, the She/ Hulk episode runtimes have reportedly been revealed.
When Marvel Studios took the stage at this year’s returning San Diego Comic-Con, it explored a massive change to the format that fans had observed based on the previously Comic-Con announcement at 2019’s San Diego Comic-Con.
The panel not only laid out the next two years of projects, and spoke on Phase Five, and even some of Phase Six; all following the announcement that the current Phase Four had been restructured so that the upcoming Black Panther: Wakanda Forever would conclude Phase.
Between now and that release fans will be introduced to one of the most unique heroes that have ever graced the Marvel Universe, and a character that will be among the most unique to ever grace the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well, and that is Jennifer Walters.
A crimefighting hero by night and a lawyer that is set on defending the innocent in the confines of a courtroom by night, Walters brings a very unique perspective to the Marvel Universe, and that will only be more interesting in an MCU that has had nothing like her debut before.
With the series set to arrive in just a few weeks, it appears as though we can confirm some previous reports of what to expect out of the individual episodes, as the She/ Hulk episode runtimes have reportedly been revealed.
As reported by CBR.com, “the episodes will run for approximately 35 minutes, 28 minutes, 32 minutes, and 34 minutes with credits,” which would stand with previous reports that the series will sport installments of around 30 minutes per episode.
This upcoming Disney+ project is slated to be Marvel’s first true 30-minute comedy, where there was often a lot more time dedicated to the episodes in the previous series like Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight; time will only tell if the change in approach is more fitting for a character like Jennifer Walters.