She Hulk: Everything You Need to Know

‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’: Everything You Need To Know

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is one of the upcoming Marvel projects of Phase four and will mark the MCU debut of the titular character. Jennifer Walters is a lawyer with the same powers as the strongest Avenger, the Incredible Hulk!

Marvel is heading into their sophomore year for their Disney+ television shows. It continues to flesh out this cinematic universe by introducing us to a new characters, bringing in new crew and telling various stories within the Marvel world. With characters like Ms. Marvel, Echo and Ms. Marvel making their debut recently, it’s time we finally broke down what we know about the future of the MCU. So, here is the breaking down of everything we know about She-Hulk: Attorney At Law.

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When Is She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Coming Out?

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is officially set to hit Disney+ on August 17, 2022. The series will be nine episodes long, as opposed to 10, which was previously rumored. However, there is no word yet on whether Disney+ will drop two episodes on August 17, much like they did with WandaVision, or release each episode one at a time.

What is She-Hulk: Attorney at Law About Anyway?

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is a 9-episode half-hour legal comedy that finally takes us back to the world of the Hulk. We’re following Jennifer Walters as she tries to balance life as a lawyer and her newly discovered superpowers.

The official synopsis for the series reads the following:

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law follows Jennifer Walters as she navigates the complicated life of a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk.


Who Is in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law?

Our leading lady is Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, a.k.a. She-Hulk, and she’s not alone. The series features a star-studded cast featuring new and returning characters alike. In addition, mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/The Hulk) and Tim Roth (Emil Blonsky/The Abomination) are set to reprise their roles from The Incredible Hulk and previous MCU films as supporting characters.

Joining our gamma-radiated friends are Marvel newcomers; Ginger Gonzaga (Kidding), Renee Elise Goldsberry (Hamilton), Josh Segarra (Arrow), Jon Bass (Baywatch), and Jameela Jamil (The Good Place). Gonzaga will be playing Walter’s best friend, Nikki. Goldsberry will play a character named Amelia, and Jamil will play the show’s main villain, Titania. Segarra’s character is currently unknown.

Who Are The Creatives Behind She-Hulk: Attorney at Law?

The people bringing She-Hulk: Attorney at Law to life are veterans when it comes to modern-day comedy shows. Jessica Gao (Rick and Morty) is the series showrunner and writer. At the same time, Kat Coiro (Shameless) and Anu Valia (Mixed-ish) will serve as directors. Coiro will be directing six episodes of She-Hulk, with Valia directing three.

Gao’s writing credits feature Robot ChickenSilicon Valley, and Ricky and Morty. It’s also worth noting that she has written some of the most well-received episodes of Rick and Morty, such as the Emmy-Award winning “Pickle Rick,” “The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy,” and “Rickmancing the Stone.” Coiro’s previous work as a director includes ShamelessBrooklyn Nine-Nine, Dead to Me, and It’s Always Sunny in Philidelphia. Valia also has a vast body of work, directing Love, VictorNever Have I Ever, and Mixed-ish episodes.

The creatives behind the series have a background in providing quality entertainment and have great comedic timing. She-Hulk is primed for success as Marvel Studio’s first central comedy on the Disney-owned streaming service.

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Jen was much like her cousin in her Hulk form, being ill-tempered and even violent (although with more self-control). However, with time, she became a fun-loving, kind, empathetic, yet feisty woman who frequently uses humor when fighting. Walters has made it clear that she prefers not to kill those she fights, especially if her enemies have already been unable to fight. She is also known for charitable works related to her own mistakes and actions, such as the disaster relief organization she aided after almost destroying a small town in her savage form.


She is known as an idealistic lawyer that has been known for championing the rights of minorities and the rights of individuals against corporations. Walters’ beliefs have sometimes led to difficulties regarding her stance on unjust laws such as the Superhuman Registration Act and her cousin’s exile to space by those she could not seek a lawful resolution from.

Jennifer has sometimes become dependent upon her powers, viewing her She-Hulk form as being better and more truthful to who she is than Jennifer Walters and opting to remain transformed as much as possible. This insistence on remaining as She-Hulk has caused problems in her relationships, such as with John Jameson, who preferred her to stay as Jen.

Despite usually being confident about her beauty and looks, Jen appreciates her bulkier forms’ additional strength and freedom. After her Celestial augmentation, she even claimed to prefer her more muscular and savage form, despite fearing she could lose control of her power.



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  • She-Hulk’s Vibranium Containment Suit: A bikini-like suit created by Black Panther for Jen to control her gamma emissions.
  • Avengers Identicard, giving her “Full Security Clearance.
  • Jupiter Suit.


  • Usual vehicles used by the team she is with.
  • Her flying car


  • Much like Spider-Woman, She-Hulk was created primarily as a trademark effort. The popularity of the ’70s “Incredible Hulk” TV series led to Marvel wanting to own the trademark to a female Hulk before someone else could do so and profit from it.
  • Jennifer went to the Moon twice before going to Europe.
  • During the early stages of Marvel Graphic Novel: The Sensational She-Hulk #1, it was briefly considered to change She-Hulk’s codename to “Bombshell.”
  • According to the “Baby’s First Christmas 1960” ornament at her father’s house in Sensational She-Hulk #36, Jen Walters was 31 years old at the time, which is a reference to the joke that started in Sensational She-Hulk #4: that she would forever be 31 as long as she starred in a comic book.
  • She-Hulk has often taken part in superhero poker games.
  • Jennifer once used the Power Gem in her human form to defeat Titania.
  • Walters knows American Sign Language.
  • The Hulk had to fight the Champions while trying to get Jennifer to Cedar Sinai Hospital to have her appendix removed after it ruptured while they were stuck in traffic.
  • Jennifer Walters’ favorite drink is “Grape Nehi.”
  • Despite not being a member of the X-Men, Jennifer has performed the Fastball Special with Logan, Hercules, Patsy Walker, Laura Kinney, and Robbie Reyes. She has also been thrown herself a couple of times by The Thing and Medusa.
  • She-Hulk was once merged with Black Widow, originating the Green Widow.

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  1. […] Without much screen time to go on, it’s hard to say when Murdock will appear next now that he’s been reintroduced to the MCU. With Murdock and Fisk both back, it seems inevitable that the two will face off again in a future project. Whether it be a new series on Disney+ or the first Daredevil movie since the pair was portrayed by Ben Affleck and Michael Clarke Duncan in 2003’s Daredevil, it feels more likely that Murdock could return even sooner than that, potentially joining another famous lawyer-superhero in the upcoming She-Hulk series. […]

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