‘She/Hulk’ Episode 7 REVIEW
With only a few weeks left of the MCU’s newest series, we’re getting a clearer picture of just who is out to end the title character, this is our She/Hulk episode 7 review.
There are only two weeks left of MArvel’s newest Disney+ series, but it is fair to say that- if they can stick the landing- this could be one of the best new projects from the MCU.
The series has consistently been a hilarious exploration into the lives of one of the most interesting characters in the Marvel pantheon, and her live-action counterpart has proven to be a worthy adaption.
She/Hulk episode 7 continues some of the overarching throughlines that have made this project so fantastic, with its immense creativity, comedic tone, and penchant for crafting some immensely memorable side characters.
It feels like in the past two Disney+ projects, She/Hulk and Ms. Marvel, there has been a very apparent commitment to creative filmmaking that makes them feel incredibly unique; and with Anu Vaila directing the past two episodes, her work has been incredibly satisfying visually.
The continued roster of side characters for the series has also grown, as this episode brings back Emil Blonsky, but reintroduces him alongside a group of very unique individuals that he is helping.
This group provides endless laughs, but also brings tremendous heart, as the interaction with Jen only pushes her character forward in a more meaningful way.
And there is no denying just who the massive star of this series is, as Tatiana Maslany continues to thrive in this role that seems to be a technological challenge at times, without ever hindering her incredible performance.
There is no denying that Maslany was born to bring this hero to life in the MCU, and there needs to be a built-in place for her in the universe moving forward.