‘She/Hulk’ Episode 8 REVIEW
It was the moment that so many fans had waited for, and it set the series on course for an explosive finale; this is our She/Hulk episode 8 review.
This entire season of Marvel’s newest series- for better or worse- has arrived with many fans awaiting the teased return of one of the most iconic heroes in the MCU.
That return finally came, and despite the endless hype from fans, it somehow delivered even better than so many had hoped.
She/Hulk episode 8 could, when all is said and done, be the best installment of the MCU’s newest Disney+ series, and it served as the greatest tease to what should be a thrilling finale episode.
Daredevil has finally- after weeks of being teased in trailers- made his official return to the MCU, and it is fair to say that this may well be the perfect return for hte iconic hero.
Matt Murdock was everything that this character is supposed to be, and acted as a perfect incarnation of the hero that fans have grown so connected to; with this maybe being hte most truthful adaption of an actualized Daredevil in a way that he never was in the series.
But despite his incredible characterization, and how tremendous Charlie Cox is in the role, there is no understating that this series is great because of hte truly special talent of Tatiana Maslany.
The comedic nature of the character fits the young actress perfectly, and it seems that every episode only reinforces the reality that she is a breath of fresh air for the Marvel Universe.
The looming presence of INtelligencia has finally made its presence known in a very real way as the episode hits its conclusion, and it was a moment that truly was such a heartbreaking scenario for our lead.
The finale should bring that conflict to a close, but the chances of it being a better installment than the penultimate entry is very rare; as this may have been the best episode of the season.