Marvel is gearing up to launch its legal-comedy show She-Hulk. The series is ready to set the new title of Hulk and give us a new story arc of Hulk’s legacy. Hulk may not be the most celebrated hero of Marvel’s Avengers but he played a major role in the events of Avenger’s Endgame.
A Disney+ series that introduces fans to Jennifer Walters’ / She- Hulk’s universe. Based on what we’ve seen, the MCU version of Jen’s tale appears to take elements from nearly every phase of her solo comic storytelling. We don’t know much about She-Hulk yet but If the forthcoming Disney+ series, Secret Invasion, releases soon, one component from She-Hulk comics could perhaps tie into it.
Secret Wars And She-Hulk
According to the comics, Jeniffer left her life as a lawyer behind her and traveled the country in a mobile home in She-Hulk, which ran in the mid-2000s – but she wasn’t alone. She joined forces with a Skrull named Jazinda, who had previously saved her life, and the two of them worked as bounty hunters for Freeman Bonding, Inc., capturing numerous supervillains. We all know that Skull has a direct connection with Secret Wars, given that they are close to Nick Fury. Secret Invasion reveals that Jazinda was the child of none other than the Super-Skrull.
However, there is less possibility that we will be seeing Jenifer Walters as the bounty hunter that we have known her to be. We already know that there will be a tonne of unexpected supporting characters in the show. We already know that the series will feature a tonne of unexpected supporting players, both in the form of current She-Hulk cast members and crazier deep cuts from the history of Marvel Comics.
With all of that in mind, it would not be unexpected for the programme to mention or refer to Jazinda in some way, especially given earlier casting calls had suggested the possibility of a “shapeshifter” character joining the group.
If that were to occur, it would be a decision that would benefit not only She-Hulk but also Secret Invasion, whose early 2023 release is still a bit of a mystery. If that were to occur, it would be a decision that would benefit not only She-Hulk but also Secret Invasion, whose early 2023 release is still a bit of a mystery.
She-Hulk: The attorney at Law will release on Disney+ on August 18th.