Category Archives: Marvel

‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ Is Getting Better Each Week!

A few weeks ago despite having enjoyed She-Hulk: Attorney at Law I had it squarely in last place among the MCU Disney+ series. And yet, as the weeks have gone by and the episodes have become more and more enjoyable I can now say, almost definitively, that I like this better than Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel. And this week was kind of the icing on the cake.

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‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’: Another Week, Another Fun Episode

First off, there was no Daredevil which I totally expected and was perfectly okay with. Secondly, this episode wasn’t as funny as last week’s episode but it was still fun and delightfully goofy. Third, this might be the shortest review I’ve ever had of a series episode before but I don’t have much to say other than that ending gave me WandaVision vibes and now it feels like the series is starting to get into villain territory. And that, of course, has me intrigued to see what’ll happen in next week’s episode (where Daredevil will, once again, not appear.)

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‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ Made Me Really Happy This Week

Okay, I like this show now. It’s got me. It’s hilarious, it’s fun, and it’s becoming something I’m looking forward to on my Thursday mornings.

I love that this show has fully committed to being silly. It really works with She-Hulk as a character while allowing this series to feel hilariously different and the humor in this episode was actually great.

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‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ Was Really Funny Today

The last few weeks of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law have left me feeling mixed about the show. This week’s episode, however, was the first one that felt like maybe the story was finally hitting its stride.

With another guest star appearance from Wong and plenty of interesting characters, this episode felt fun/funny to watch.

What was most promising about this episode was its entertainment value. This undoubtedly was the best episode so far and if this trend continues (and I’m saying this knowing Daredevil is coming which is going to be awesome) this show, by its conclusion, could be really good. It’s not meant to be something as profoundly defining as Loki or as psychologically interesting as Moon Knight but it will mark its place in the MCU as a welcome addition to the franchise.

And this week, thankfully, made me like Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk again.

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‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’: Cameos Are King in Episode 3

Last week’s episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law was the very epitome of underwhelming. Thankfully, this week was a lot more enjoyable. For the first time since the show’s premiere, this series felt like the comedy it marketed itself as. It was silly from the start all the way to the end with another post-credits scene that will stick in the minds of all who choose to watch this show.

She-Hulk is not the best thing to arrive in Marvel’s Phase 4 but it definitely has a chance to be its most memorable installment. Plus, it’s nice to see so many people enjoying the series as a whole thanks to its hilarious addition of wild cameos. This show is simply fun and sometimes that’s all we need.

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‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ Disappointed Me This Week

I want to love this show and this character and this new chapter being built in the MCU but that second episode just made me pump on the praise brakes. Why? Three reasons.

  1. Despite this show being billed as a comedy, it wasn’t very funny this week. I saw the jokes coming from a mile away and when most of the jokes didn’t land that well.
  2. The fourth-wall breaking felt shoehorned this week rather than feeling natural which was another major denomination to this show’s quality.
  3. It was too short.

The MCU, in order to continue surprising and bringing in new fans, has turned to more genres for their shows and movies to keep viewers interested. And while She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has the chance to be a funny, fun series by its conclusion that second episode made me fear the worst (that it’s actually going to be as underwhelming as my gut first told me when I saw the trailer.)

Jennifer Walters’ dynamic with Bruce Banner in the first episode was delightful but now that they’re no longer together I’m starting to miss that aspect of the show quickly. Hopefully, next week’s episode will restore my faith in this series and remind me why I love She-Hulk.

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