‘She/ Hulk’ Features Touching Connection to ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’
The long-awaited debut of Jennifer Walters is here, and its premiere episode featured plenty of interaction between her and her cousin, Bruce Banner, but what is interesting is that the She/ Hulk premiere featured a touching connection to Avengers: Age of Ultron.
There was a tremendous amount of excitement surrounding the eventual arrival of Marvel’s newest hero, as She/ Hulk: Attorney at Law has officially entered the fray of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A hero that maintains a very unique part of the Marvel Universe, there are few characters who are as unique and interesting as Jennifer Walters is; maintaining her very own space in the massive pantheon of Marvel heroes.
Both burdened by the responsibility of superheroism that has come with her accidental transformation to her very own Hulk-like being, while also balancing her prior commitment to begin a lawyer, Walters’s unique place in the Marvel universe is set to be explored in the MCU.
With the first episode taking place, there was a lot of explanation as to how Walers came to be the She/ Hulk that she presently is, and how instrumental Bruce Banner was in helping her control and understand her transformation, but it also featured one awesome nod to the heroes past appearance.
In the She/ Hulk premiere episode, there was a very touching connection to Avengers: Age of Ultron, a film that featured both Bruce Banner and Tony Stark’s attempt to figure out the sentient robot wreaking havoc on the planet.
As the She/ Hulk episode stated, Tony had built Bruce the beachside laboratory that he takes Jennifer Walter to, and he spoke about their relationship, how close they were, constructing the area for Bruce to keep himself, and others, safe the best he could.
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, there is a moment between the two where Stark tells Bruce, “Our job is ‘if’, what if you were sipping margaritas on a sun-drenched beach, turning brown instead of green,” which foreshadowed the creation of the lab for Bruce by his friend and colleague
It was a really endearing moment for the MCU to pay off and spoke to the closeness of both heroes, and how Stark’s impact is still on the Marvel Universe to this day.