She-Hulk: Attorney Creator Talks Candidly About Season 2 Potential
Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney At Law just wrapped up its first season, and the ending sent fans into a crazy metal ride that no one expected.
The show followed the story of Bruce Banner’s cousin, Jennifer Walters. While Walters and Banner are traveling together, they are involved in a car accident that causes Banner’s blood to come into contact with Walters and turn him into the Hulk.
Banner begins teaching Walters how he must manage his life now that he is the Hulk, and after a little training, Walters returns to life as a lawyer.
Upon her return, she is asked to work in the superhero legal department and interacts with many other superhumans, including Emil Blonsky aka Abomination, Matt Murdoch aka Daredevil, Titania, and others.
The show received mixed reviews from fans and critics, but the overall reaction to it seems to have turned out to be positive. In particular, there’s the super-meta ending that shows Jennifer Walters interacting with a robotic representation of Marvel head Kevin Feige.
The show didn’t end with any sort of cliffhanger begging fans to question whether there was a chance for a season 2 of She-Hulk, unlike other shows Marvel has released recently.
With that same question in mind, ComicBook.com caught up with the show’s creator, Jessica Gao, to give the most hilarious response, making her thoughts perfectly clear.
“I think this must be what it feels like to have a child. This is how people describe when my favorite kids have their first baby. You Are you going to have another child? I just gave birth. I am in labor. I just gave birth.
At this point, She-Hulk’s future in the MCU remains a mystery, but with other fourth-wall-breaking characters like Deadpool coming to the MCU soon, fans can expect more from Jennifer Walters in the MCU. can be expected to do
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