Last episode ended with Jennifer getting the surprising news that Titania, who she fought in court and was responsible for her being outed as a super, had trademarked the She-Hulk name and was suing to stop her from using it. It’s a weird dilemma that doesn’t come up often.
We get more of Wong, the Sorcerer Supreme, and a goofball would-be magician with an almost familiar name in “Is This Not Real Magic?”
Now we get a few surprising guests, a bit more time for a secondary character, and Jen and She-Hulk both in action in “The People Vs. Emil Blonsky.”
The Wild Cards series is one of my favorites. It’s an interesting take on superhumans, and, as long as it’s been running now, there’s been a lot of world building.
Jennifer Walters now enters the exciting world of “Superhuman Law.”
Now we get a look at another character’s debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as She-Hulk premiers with “A Normal Amount of Rage.”
Before George RR Martin made it big with the success of the possibly never-to-be-finished Song of Ice and Fire novels, he was part of a unique project called Wild Cards. Wild Cards was, initially, a series of “mosaic novels,” which were linked short stories that painted a picture of a very different version of our world.
San Diego Comic Con, SDCC as most call it, is a hugely anticipated fan event. It’s the place where, among other things, a lot of big announcments are made. This year is no expection, and the folks at Marvel did a lot of talking about forthcoming projects. We got some character confirmations, specific release dates…
hor becomes the first MCU character to get four solo movies, and brings back some old favorites in new ways, paying homage to a few other characters along the way.
Last episode resolved most of the story in Pakistan and the ties to Kamala’s family history, but ended with a major development back in Jersey City. Things get wrapped up, with plenty of surprises along the way, in “No Normal.”