The shows that have supported the Marvel Cinematic Universe have had significant differences but they are all mostly entertaining. Read on for a spoiler-free review of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law!
Disney sent episodes 1-4 over in exchange for an honest review.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Review
It’s not long before She-Hulk: Attorney at Law jumps off with some action. Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) is a plucky lawyer who gets thrown into the world of superheroes after getting into a car crash with Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo.) Their blood combines and Jennifer morphs into She-Hulk (don’t worry too much about the semantics and just go with it) with one caveat: Jennifer is still in control of her thoughts and body as She-Hulk.
The first four episodes of the series show Jennifer in her personal life with her loud and hilarious family plus we get to see her in the courtroom beating up and arguing against baddies.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has heart and humor which reminds me so much of Ms. Marvel, another standout MCU show. Although the first episode is a bit rushed, it works because Jennifer and Bruce have chemistry and a familiar villain (Tim Roth as Abomination) is re-introduced which makes diving back into the Hulk universe fairly easy even if you barely remember the previous movies.
There are some cameos that bring this series into the MCU fold and the cameos make sense, they don’t feel like characters that are dropped in just to be there. In addition, both Jennifer and She-Hulk break the fourth wall which is amusing and definitely reminds me of Venom and Deadpool.
Overall She-Hulk is a fun and entertaining show that I rank right up there with WandaVision and LOKI for its humor and new actors that fit seamlessly into the Marvel Universe.