‘She/ Hulk’ Finally Addresses MCU’s Hulk Recast
Marvel’s newest series is easily among the most interesting projects that Marvel has for its robust Phase Four slate, and it has very quickly distinguished itself among its predecessors in this phase, as She/ Hulk does so once again by finally addressing the MCU’s Hulk recast.
It may have only been two episodes thus far, but there is no denying that the recently debuted She/ Hulk: Attorney at Law is proving to be one of the Marvel Cinematic Universes’ most creative, comedic, and unique series to debut on Disney+ thus far.
The series sees the brilliantly talented Tatiana Maslany bring the character of Jennifer Walters to life in such a fascinating and true way, that there is no overlooking or understating just how endearing this phenomenal character is only two episodes into what promises to be an immense journey.
Walters has long been one of Marvel’s most interesting heroes, boasting an incredibly unique perspective among her contemporaries in the Marvel Universe, as she is forced to balance her life as an established lawyer, and her newfound responsibilities of a superhuman.
The live-action adaption of the character has perfectly encapsulated these aspects of her character and done so in a way that brilliantly brings this perspective to light, all while leaning into the brilliant comedic qualities of the hero, and her signature fourth-wall-breaking ability.
There is perhaps no better series for Marvel to finally tackle what has been one of the biggest- and most often overlooked- elephants in the room than for She/ Hulk to finally address the MCU’s Hulk recast in a hilarious moment that is certain o get a chuckle out of Marvel fans.
The moment came after Jennifer Walters interacted with the returning Emil Blonsky, better known as the Abomination, with Hulk talking about the conflict between the two characters, stating that he was, “a completely different person back then. Literally.”
It is a very funny small moment that has allowed the MCU to finally point to that change that has been so overlooked for so long.