She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Final Thoughts

I wasn’t expecting to like She-Hulk: Attorney at Law as much as I did. It continued the more experimental aspects of phase four of the MCU, especially the Disney + series that have been released in 2022. She-Hulk is also probably the most divisive series, but not the most divisive Marvel release this year. It’s a surprisingly wonderful mashup of legal drama, comedy, and superhero that works incredibly well together.

The lead character of Jen Walters is a lot of fun but some of her supporting characters as just as fun. I could have watched Nikki Ramos and Pug together for a whole episode because they’re just so fun together. The amount of cameos in the show helped keep the viewers on their toes, especially in the early part of the season. I also liked how family was a main part of the show whether it be them being supportive or how family can make you feel like a failure.

The main story of the season not only deals with Jen coming to terms with her unwanted superpowers but also all of the attention that came with the powers. The backlash online that she delt with on the show predicted a good amount of the backlash to the show that I saw. Its almost like they knew what was going to happen, that’s sarcasm since it doesn’t always come through in text. The creative team almost certainly knew what was going to happen upon release.

The limited fights in She-Hulk were fun and made sense. The VFX in the show were pretty good for a TV show. I found the show as a whole was a fun time. I don’t know if there will be another season but if there is it would be interesting. The amount of fourth wall breaks in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law made it a fun watch. I really hope Marvel continues to take big swings on their Disney + shows. I give the whole of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law 8.5 super suits out of 10.

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