All the easter eggs and quotes from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

All the easter eggs and quotes from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

All the easter eggs and quotes from She-Hulk

As per tradition, even the new series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe dedicated to Jennifer Walters, or She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, is full of quotes and references to the world of the heroes of the House of Ideas, both in their cinematic dimension and in that paper. From the first announcements to the recent trailers that preceded its release, She-Hulk has hinted that, compared to more recent productions such as Ms. Marvel or Moon Knight, Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) link with the continuity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe would have been more felt, and what better way to create this synergy than to enrich She-Hulk: Attorney at Law with easter eggs and references?

Obviously, this franchise tradition will be honored with an easter hunt egg and references as accurate as possible. Whether it's amusing references to iconic moments from the Marvel Cineamtic Universe or unrecognized curiosities taken from Marvel's comics, we will try to find as many easter eggs and references in the episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, a series that, as we have seen in our preview , promises to be extremely interesting.

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All the ester eggs and quotes from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the new Marvel Cinematic series Universe

Episode 1: A normal level of anger

Episode 1: A normal level of anger

'What is the responsibility of those in power?' With this phase, Jennifer Walters welcomes us into She -Hulk, providing us with a different version of the traditional Marvelian mantra made famous by Spider-Man: With great powers, great responsibilities come. Curiously, this Marvelian motto in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has often been paraphrased, but it is only with Spider-Man: No Way Home that, in a touching scene, is officially introduced into the franchise. Now, Jennifer reveals another version of it, inserting it into her speech and offering us an interesting, albeit rapid, analysis of this Marvelian principle.

As we already knew, cousin Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) aka Hulk returns in She-Hulk. In the scene where she-Hulk's origin story is explained, we see the two together in the car, an occasion that sees Banner show an arm in a brace, the same one with which we had seen him in the post-credit scene of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. The injury dates back to his attempt, in Avengers: Endgame, to grab the glove created by Stark to use the Infinity Stones. And it is just as the two cousins ​​talk about Jen's theory of Captain America's alleged virginity (no, he's not a splinter) that a spaceship from Saakar appears, the world on which the Hulk was a gladiator as we saw in Thor: Ragnarok . A sudden apparition that scares Walters, which swerves and causes an accident, as a result of which she comes into contact with the gamma-rayed blood of her cousin, assuming her powers. The origin story of the She-Hulk of the Marvel Cineamtic Universe takes some liberties respecting the paper origin, but the detail of the importance of Bruce's blood is respected.

(L-R): Mark Ruffalo as Smart Hulk / Bruce Banner and Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer "Jen" Walters / She-Hulk in Marvel Studios' She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, exclusively on Disney +. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. .. 2022 MARVEL.
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In the experiments done to help Jen, Bruce specifies how he wants to help her transform. 'The triggers are anger and fear' 'That is, the basic elements of every woman's life? ’, Jokes Jennifer. It's hard not to see an analogy with the famous Avengers line in which Banner revealed his secret 'This is my secret, Captain, I'm always angry'. Despite her reluctance to be a Hulk, Jennifer seems to appreciate the fact that she cannot get drunk as She-Hulk, only to discover that her human form will then suffer the consequences of the hangover, a trait of the character that was used in the canon. comic by Dan Slott in his run of the greenish.

Every hero needs a villain, and apparently for She-Hulk the rival will be Titania (Jameela Jamil). In Marvel comics, this character was created by Doctor Doom (that's right, that Victor von Doom we all expect to see in the franchise) during the events of the first Secret Wars, while in the series she seems to be a woman with superhuman strength but interested in a career. as an influencer.

The post credit scene of the first episode of She-Hulk is simply hilarious and returns to a theme dear to Jen: the virginity of Captain America. According to her theory, between being Captain Icicle and all the dramas he was involved in as the Avenger, Steve Rogers would not have had time for intimacy, a crime mainly because 'you have his buttocks in mind? His buttocks! ’, A reference to the memes that arose after the scene of the fight of the two Cap in Avengers: Endgame. Yet, as Bruce reveals, the good Cap seems to have lost his virginity in 1943 during his tour with the troops at the front, probably with that girl who in Captain America: The First Avenger had a clear invitation painted on her eyelids. br>

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