‘She/Hulk’ Creative Team is Crafting MCU’s Most Entertaining Series Yet
It may just be five episodes, but there is little doubt or argument that the She/Hulk creative team may be crafting the MCU’s most entertaining Series yet.
Throughout Phase Four and before, Marvel has crafted some of the most brilliant, expansive, and fascinating projects to air on a streaming platform.
You will never hear us argue the absolute brilliance of WandaVision, or the gargantuan feat that was Loki, and it has established a standard that places these series as some of the best that the entertainment industry has to offer.
Even recent projects like Ms. Marvel and Moon Knight are firmly situated as a brilliant addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its ever-expanding mythos.
But of all those series, and all of those characters, we can’t help to be engrossed in what the MCU is presenting us with its most recent series.
a project that is so hilarious and interesting, it has led us to infer that the She/Hulk creative team may well be crafting the MCU’s most entertaining series yet.
Now, this isn’t to say that SHe/Hulk has already been crowned as the best series that Marvel has ever created, but there is certainly an argument to make- when it concludes its massive 9-episode first season- that it could have a case.
But there is just no project that the MCU has developed that can boast this sort of creativity, hilarity, and wide range of characters that She/Hulk can.
With every episode, fans become more and more captivated by eh endearing charm of Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters, but with every passing week writer, Jessica Gao seems to introduce a side character that is just as interesting, hilarious, or endearing.
What is then created is this brilliant sandbox for the directors of the series to play in, and ultimately develop this massive collection of characters, narratives, and moments that are immensely entertaining, and speak to the development and endless growth of the Marvel Universe as a real place.