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BUZZING ON THE BIG SCREEN- Jaime Forrest and Mirta Sandoval review TV shows and movies each week.
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BUZZING ON THE BIG SCREEN– She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

Logo by Isabella Balsiero
Logo by Isabella Balsiero

SPOILER WARNING AHEAD!

She-Hulk is the newest Marvel  TV-show that was released on August 18, 2022, and premiered with its last episode on October 12th. The show is about Jennifer Walters who is the cousin of Bruce Banner (aka Hulk). She receives her powers from a car crash when a ship frightens them and makes them crash. In the process, Bruce’s blood gets into Jennifer’s open wound. At first, she is frightened by it and learns how to be a Hulk. With the help of her cousin, she gets trained to be able to use her powers accordingly. These scenes provided family bonding among the cousins and provided a different perspective on what it means to be a Hulk.

At first, Jennifer was hiding her identity from the public eye since she is a lawyer who didn’t want her powers to be shown. Sadly her plan fails when her identity came out when there was an attack during court where Titiana storms in. Jennifer transforms into She-Hulk and saves the day.

Jennifer Walters is an attorney at law with her first case at her new job is to defend Emil Blonsky (aka Abomination) who had been Hulk’s first opponent. Viewers find out that Emil has changed since the ending of The Incredible Hulk.

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There were many cameos where even Megan Thee Stallion showed up and there had been a post-credit scene where Jennifer and Megan danced to “Body”. It was a different take on what Marvel has previously released, we think fans enjoyed it. We like how Marvel is experimenting with all these new types of scenes.

Another cameo that showed up during the show was Daredevil which left fans wanting more scenes with Jennifer and Matt Murdock. Matt Murdock is a fan favorite and this show did him justice with his humor and likeability. His flexibility is more comic-accurate than the hit Netflix show.

Jennifer Walters is also comic-accurate with her 4th wall-breaking scene, where she talks to the viewers. She is humorous and relatable to female watchers. The actress did a great job portraying this fan-favorite character.

In the finale, there were many surprises that fans may have seen coming but they were surprising nonetheless. It was an interesting take seeing Jennifer come out of the Disney Plus browser and enter the Marvel Headquarters. Where we saw her fan girl Kevin Feige and bring recommendations to what fans want to see in the MCU.

We rate the show 9/10, there had been many fun moments that made the show enjoyable and relatable. It also left fans wanting more about Skaar ( Hulk’s son) and what his role is going to be in the future. There also had been great promotion for the show where the actress who plays Tatiana went out in the streets and vandalized She-Hulk posters. This show was humorous, fun, and different and we can’t wait to see more of She-Hulk in the future.

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