She/ Hulk Debuts Emil Blonsky Character Poster
It has been one of the coolest promotional campaigns for the MCU’s most recent series, and it grows with every episode that is released, as episode two has seen the iconic return of one of its most dangerous characters, as She/ Hulk debuts a brand new Emil Blonsky character poster.
The newest Marvel hero has officially arrived in the live-action Marvel Universe, and she is every bit as phenomenal as she was in the source material.
With the fantastic balancing act of her commitment to her job as a lawyer in the city of Los Angeles, and the superpowers thrust upon her, Jennifer Walters is a character with as unique a perspective as any Marvel entry in recent years.
The highly-anticipated new series to arrive on Disney+ has placed her front and center, after an accident alongside her cousin Bruce Banner has led to her inadvertently receiving powers very similar to his.
And with her role as a lawyer still very much the focus of the character’s attention, the second episode saw her get fired from her position with the District Attorney’s office to join the massive law firm GLK/ H, in which she is now the head of the superhuman law division.
This has led to the character’s first assignment, and the return of none other than the Abomination from the 2008 Incredible Hulk film, a character that is now sported in his very own poster; as SHe/ Hulk debuts an Emil Blonsky character poster.
Meet Emil Blonsky aka She-Hulk's first client aka HUGE conflict of interest.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) August 26, 2022
A villain for that original Marvel and Universal film that was one of the earliest entries into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tim Roth plays the maniacle Emil Blonsky; a soldier given powers from the same super soldier serum that made Steve Rogers.
His return to this series was preceded by his appearance in Phase Four’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and sets up his eventual redemption arc that should take place after Walters helps him evade prosecution and eventually get released.