‘She/ Hulk’ Origin Revealed in Brand New Clip
With the series set to arrive to fans in just a couple of weeks, and questions about what they can expect at an all-time high, Marvel has answered some questions surrounding the character of Jennifer Walters as the She/ Hulk origin has been revealed in a brand new clip.
Throughout the massive pantheon of Marvel heroes, it is not hyperbole to say that there is no character like Jennifer Walters.
Occuptying a space that is singularly hers, Walters has always brought a very unique perspective to the Marvel Universe, within the comic book universe,e and likely as her story translate to the Marvel cinematic Universe.
A New York City Lawyer tasked with balancing her very busy and demanding work life, with her desires as a young and energetic woman, is then all the more complicated when she- against her own will- inheits the powers of the Hulk.
Jennifer Walters is both a superhero, and a Marvel civilian, which creates a very intriguing narrative when it comes to the story that the Marvel Cinematic Universe will attempt to tell in her brand new Disney+ series that is arriving in just a couple of weeks.
In anticipation of that arrival, Marvel has answered fan anticipation by giving an inside look into the event that turned her into the hero she is now; as the She/ Hulk origin has been revealed in a brand new clip.
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The clip shows both Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters and Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner in a car discussing- of all things- the potential virginity of Steve Rogers, as a giant spaceship appears before them and forces them to crash the car.
The crash is the incising incident to Walters’ blood being mixed with that of Banners, giving her the Hulk-like powers that she processes now, and only time will tell if the series will devel deeper into the ship that appeared before them, and if it could be attached to what happened with Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok.
One thing is certainly for sure, Marvel is crafting a series that is certainly comedic, with phenomenal performers, and a story that is clearly and fascinatingly unlike anything that they’ve developed before.