Does Abomination Break Bad in ‘She/Hulk’?
Marvel’s newest series is upon us, and with the finale arriving this week there is plenty of promotional material arriving, which has us asking, does Aboination break bad at the end of She/Hulk?
The MCU has officially introduced its newest hero in a series that has been among the most entertaining project that Marvel Studios has ever developed.
Jennifer Walters has long been a beloved Marvel hero, and the new Disney+ series that tells her story has certainly done the character justice.
Presenting so much of what makes Walters a beloved character, the newest series presents a hero that embraces a self-aware comedy that is seldom seen in an MCU project considering the massive focus on continuity that an enterprise like this must withhold tightly to.
Tatiana Maslany has been exceptional in the eponymous role, and it seems like with every passing week that she is proving that she was not only the perfect choice to bring this character to life, but that she is an invaluable member of the MCU moving forward.
Last week saw the series’ penultimate episode, in which the entire story has taken a very dark tonal shift, with Jen’s story ending in a tragic and heartbreaking fashion; and it seems as though the finale could follow the same beat.
With promotional material showing small clips of what could come of the finale episode, one quick sequence has led us to ask the all-important question; does Abomination break bad in the She/Hulk finale?
Emil Blonsky has been one of the surprises of the series thus far, being a hilarious and heartfelt addition that has genuinely aided Walters in her time of need, with a clip from a recent trailer actually showing him as Abomination in a fight with a returning Hulk.
— Cosmic Marvel (@cosmic_marvel) October 10, 2022
It is unclear if this is stating that Abomination returns and Blonsky have gone back to his evil ways, or if this is some elaborate development that is taken out of context; only time will tell, but we are holding out hope that this is not how Blonsky’s renewed story ends.