“All in all, another week has arrived and with it another fun episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. I’m really starting to wish this wouldn’t end.”
Last week’s episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law was the first episode that elicited a genuine response of joy from me. Madisynn and Wong were a duo I didn’t even know I needed. And She-Hulk’s dating journey was just as hilarious, if not a little depressing thanks to its unfortunate conclusion. This week’s episode, however, is the funniest yet.
For the first time in the entire series, there were no cameos. It was She-Hulk having to deal with She-Hulk conundrums and it was great. We got more of her friend Nikki in this episode which was a delight because she is hilarious. Pug is becoming one of my favorite characters in this series because he is so funny. And Titania is a character that I hope to see more of in the coming episodes. Because she is the type of antagonistic thorn in Jennifer Walter’s side that is perfect for this show.
We only have four episodes left and that’s starting to become a saddening realization because I like this show. It has completely embraced its silliness, it makes its cameos really fun, and it has turned She-Hulk into a character that I absolutely cannot wait to see interact with the Avengers one day.
Oh, and I love how we’re going to get She-Hulk her official suit/She-Hulk wardrobe. Not only was it handled in a comedic way, which I enjoyed, but I’m actually genuinely excited to see her get her first superhero suit. Her designer is already a character I hope to see more of in the future of the MCU because he is also instantly one of my favorite characters in this series.
All in all, another week has arrived and with it another fun episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. I’m really starting to wish this wouldn’t end.
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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.