How Does ‘She/Hulk’ Stack Up to Other Streaming Releases?
There is no denying the reach of the MCU, but there have been a lot of questions over its quality; which leads us to ask, how does She/Hulk stack up to other streaming releases?
For more than a decade, there have been few endeavors in the world of film or entertainment that have been as ambitious as that of the Marvel Cinematic universe.
Marvel Studios set out to craft, not just a massive and ever-evolving film franchise, but an interconnected franchise of franchises that would mirror the world created in the comic books for a generation.
That has continued, and with every passing theatrical and Disney+ release comes those who dislike what Marvel is doing, and those who absolutely adore it.
With 29 films already in the books, She/Hulk has arrived as the latest Disney+ series to introduce the newest character to this growing world; Jennifer Walters.
The series differs greatly from what Marvel fans have gotten in the past, as this project leans into a self-aware comedy that has been a rarity thus far.
A fun ride that embraces the inherent hilarity of the comic book genre, this is a project that certainly takes the Marvel formula to its limit, and compares favorably to the MCU entries that came before it.
But it’s more than just comparing it to the Marvel projects we’ve gotten in recent years, we now know how She/Hulk stacks up to other streaming releases of this year.
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In a recent Tweet from Culture Crave, we now know that She/Hulk boasts a better Rotten Tomatoes score than both Games of Thornes: House of the Dragon, and Amazon’s highly-anticipated Lord of the Rings prequel series, The Rings of Power.
It is immensely surprising that She/Hulk leads these two projects, mostly because of the reality that many would consider Marvel projects as inferior to something delivered by HBO or Amazon.
Still, it has proven to be one of Marvel’s premiere series and should be considered a massive success this early into its first season.