I absolutely cannot wait to see She-Hulk and Daredevil team up. That’s going to be really, really fun.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law consists of nine episodes. And for the first time, maybe in the entire run of the MCU’s foray into television, the format is actually working. The show’s pilot was a fun yet quick introduction to Jennifer Walters and her sudden evolution into the ultra-powerful She-Hulk. From there, the show has taken us every week through her life as a lawyer and it’s getting more and more fun to be a part of as the weeks go by.
This episode, Is This Not Real Magic?, has plenty of LOL moments, and goofiness galore, and for the first time since the first episode, the conclusion felt natural and not as abrupt. I loved the side characters in this episode, from the rascal magician Donnie Blaze to the always-drunken Madisynn to, of course, Wong, who once again reiterates why he’s an MCU fan-favorite.
A TON OF SASS
But through it all, Jennifer still takes command of the story. And dominates the likability factor needed for a new superhero. I was kind of worried after the second episode that I wasn’t as interested in her without Bruce Banner around. But this fourth episode has reminded me why I love She-Hulk. She’s strong, she’s girly, and she has a ton of sass. Love it!
All in all, this was undoubtedly the best episode so far. And with this trajectory, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law could turn out to be a very solid addition to the MCU. I absolutely cannot wait to see Jennifer Walters and Daredevil team up. That’s going to be really, really fun.
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Hello everyone. My name is Annlyel James. I’m a young woman who loves movies of all genres (specifically ‘Star Wars’ and Marvel movies.) I am also a Senior Correspondent for The Future of the Force.