She/Hulk’s Latest Episode Confirms Major MCU Theory
The MCU’s newest series has just had its most successful installment, and with the court battle being crucial to the development of both characters’ perception of one another the moment allowed She/Hulk’s latest episode to confirm one major MCU theory.
There is no denying that Marvel’s current Disney+ series may be their most entertaining project yet, as the story of Jennifer Watlesr has been something so brand new to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, while also feeling so perfectly at home.
Walters has long been one of Marvel’s most unique heroes, and her live-action adaption is no different, with the newest series perfectly doing justice to the iconic hero.
Tatiana Maslany has proven flawless as the eponymous hero, with her comedic timing and immense talent working perfectly with the hero’s fourth-wall-breaking and incredibly witty charm.
The series most recent episode, however, also featured the return of Matt Murdock to the MCU; a long-awaited development for fans, as Daredevil has also been one of the most beloved Marvel characters ever.
What was so interesting about the entry, however, is that both characters- being lawyers- had their first conflict in the courtroom, with the two opposing one another.
It was that initial interaction that spoke volumes to the overarching Marvel universe, as She/Hulk’s latest episode confirmed one major MCU theory that has remained unspoken of for the entirety of Phase Four.
When the two discovered the lawsuit between Leapfrog and Luke Jacobson, the concept of discovery was brought up; which would force Jacobson to deliver his entire client list to the court system.
This would, naturally, expose any superhero who wished to maintain their anonymity, something that would certainly place their safety at risk; which is when Murdock, in his defense against withholding discovery, noted that the Sokovia Accords had been repealed.
This was a very interesting development, as it confirms that, following the events of Captain America: Civil War, the Accords that caused the conflict had officially been dismissed.