Orlando’s She-Hulk Review

Orlando’s She-Hulk Review

Tatiana Maslany, left, and Mark Ruffalo arrive at the premiere of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law," on Monday, Aug. 15, 2022, at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

Have you watched She-Hulk yet? I can’t get through the first episode. It’s killing me because I am a Marvel maniac and may or may not have skipped Christmas dinner at an aunt’s house to binge Hawkeye, but this latest installment into phase four of the Marvel Universe is just impossible to relate to.

First of all, She-Hulk has always been a lame character. The way the former Jennifer Walters got her powers? Come on, man. I get it that being bitten by a radioactive spider isn’t exactly the most believable concept but she simply got a blood transfusion from her cousin who happens to be The Hulk?  If it were that simple why didn’t the entire Avengers roster get one from big Bruce Banner and become UNSTOPPABLE? Lame!

The other thing that bothers me is the CGI. It’s as if they spent their last dollar on special effects for the Moon Knight series and hired a junior high school’s art department to take over. This is a MARVEL production! I expect Marvel quality! Am I being a snob?

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