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(IMDB)   Even Marvel's silliest super villains need legal aid. What's a guy supposed to do when his super suit malfunctions and injures him on a job? The answer is obvious, make a call to "She-Hulk:Attorney at Law." Episode 8, "Ribbit and Rip it"   (imdb.com) divider line
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2022-10-06 10:49:29 AM  
Good costume.
 
2022-10-06 10:55:12 AM  
Good episode, with many good costumes.
 
2022-10-06 11:02:12 AM  
Gotta say, I cackled at the walk of shame.
 
2022-10-06 11:08:41 AM  
Loved it! Best episode of the series so far. Comedy was totally on point! Wonderful, organic feeling use of the 4th wall breaks.
 
2022-10-06 11:38:16 AM  
She-Hulk versus the Incels

She can lift a car but can't fight slut shaming. Ok, I'll admit when she *spoiler* I said out loud "Wow, Jen is easy" but at the ending I said "Wow, that is F*CKED up. No one deserves that"

Poor thing can't catch a break. Let her get laid in peace, y'all.
 
2022-10-06 11:39:23 AM  
It's nice to know after all these years that everyone's still horny for Matt Murdock
 
2022-10-06 11:41:25 AM  
Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?
 
2022-10-06 11:44:26 AM  

MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?


Basically. Not as absurd as that show, but it's not a bad comparison
 
2022-10-06 11:46:37 AM  

TDWCom29: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

Basically. Not as absurd as that show, but it's not a bad comparison


That sells it for me. My TV backlog is absurd these days but I'll try to check it out.
 
2022-10-06 11:49:16 AM  
A closer comparison might be Ally Mcbeal or LA Law in the MCU.  The interpersonal drama/comedy takes focus over both legal and superhero antics.
 
2022-10-06 11:52:25 AM  

Wine Sipping Elitist: She-Hulk versus the Incels

She can lift a car but can't fight slut shaming. Ok, I'll admit when she *spoiler* I said out loud "Wow, Jen is easy" but at the ending I said "Wow, that is F*CKED up. No one deserves that"

Poor thing can't catch a break. Let her get laid in peace, y'all.


Actually, it was Daredevil that was the easy one. And thank God for Jen he was.

God bless the easy ones.
 
2022-10-06 11:54:41 AM  
I haven't watched the new episode yet, but my current theory is that the reason House of the Dragon and Westworld Season 4 both blowed so many goats is because all the good sci-fi/fantasy TV writers were working on She Hulk and Andor.
 
2022-10-06 11:58:48 AM  

MusicMakeMyHeadPound: TDWCom29: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

Basically. Not as absurd as that show, but it's not a bad comparison

That sells it for me. My TV backlog is absurd these days but I'll try to check it out.


This was the best episode of the series. Really enjoyed Matt Murdock, especially as I never watched the Dare Devil series so the only other time I saw the characters was his brief appearance in Spider Man: No Way Home. But Jen is still annoying in how cavalier and reckless she is - even after it to repeatedly bits her in the ass.
 
2022-10-06 12:01:01 PM  

browneye: This was the best episode of the series. Really enjoyed Matt Murdock, especially as I never watched the Dare Devil series so the only other time I saw the characters was his brief appearance in Spider Man: No Way Home. But Jen is still annoying in how cavalier and reckless she is - even after it to repeatedly bits her in the ass.


That's basically the character. If anything, this MCU version is -toned down- from the comics version in regards to her recklessness.
 
2022-10-06 12:04:01 PM  

MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?


It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.
 
2022-10-06 12:04:24 PM  
Wow, definitely the best episode of She-Hulk.

Bringing in Daredevil reminded me of Boba Fett when they brought in The Mandalorian which saved the show.
 
2022-10-06 12:17:06 PM  

Seequinn: A closer comparison might be Ally Mcbeal or LA Law in the MCU.  The interpersonal drama/comedy takes focus over both legal and superhero antics.


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Will she have the world's shortiest skirt?
 
2022-10-06 12:17:10 PM  

Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.


I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.
 
2022-10-06 1:17:34 PM  

phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.


I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.
 
2022-10-06 1:19:38 PM  
Well now I know that this Daredevil isn't the Netflix Daredevil. He didn't take out any of the goons with a spinning backflip into a downward kick.
 
2022-10-06 1:22:06 PM  
This episode was somehow the best and worst thing I've ever seen.  There is so much in this show that I find to be cringy and lame, but I'll give it this -- it's memorable.  It is doing its own thing. I respect it.  It is... very now.
 
2022-10-06 1:35:48 PM  

Socrofece: This episode was somehow the best and worst thing I've ever seen.  There is so much in this show that I find to be cringy and lame, but I'll give it this -- it's memorable.  It is doing its own thing. I respect it.  It is... very now.


Not just now, but also hip, how, and wow.
 
2022-10-06 1:50:12 PM  

Socrofece: This episode was somehow the best and worst thing I've ever seen.  There is so much in this show that I find to be cringy and lame, but I'll give it this -- it's memorable.  It is doing its own thing. I respect it.  It is... very now.


I'm enjoying it, but they really messed up the pacing and narrative threads by pulling the origin flashback episode out of the middle and inserting it as the first. Things may have flowed better without the last minute shuffling. I think it's a fun show, and I hope they do another season.
 
2022-10-06 2:23:48 PM  
I really like the MCU take on DD's yellow suit. It looks great, and the musical notes in the hallway scene were an excellent touch/callback to the Netflix series.

Also, TIL the difference between henchman and goon.
 
2022-10-06 2:33:29 PM  
The very last Ribbit and Rip it really got me in the episode.  I know some people who watch things in the MCU are like "But where's the world ending whatever" and I'm over here "You know what, I'd like to not have to deal with the end of the world and just do this nice thing here with Jen and her dad Coursin Larry.
 
2022-10-06 2:34:41 PM  
Great episode.  This is probably my favorite MCU show (excluding a few of the netflix ones... which are canon now?)

It was great seeing daredevil in another hallway fight.
 
2022-10-06 2:38:29 PM  

Lord Bear: Great episode.  This is probably my favorite MCU show (excluding a few of the netflix ones... which are canon now?)

It was great seeing daredevil in another hallway fight.


I feel like we are in the universe where those events happened, but funnier.
 
2022-10-06 2:40:09 PM  

Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.


My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformation is, and Bruce comes up with some kind of explanation... I know, nitpicking and all that.

But that is a great angle, I agree. Including her boss telling her that she only has the job if she appears as She-Hulk.
 
2022-10-06 2:40:47 PM  

Bootleg: Gotta say, I cackled at the walk of shame.


The fact that he put his whole entire costume back on and carried the boots was pure perfection. Can't really show him in club clothes and smeared makeup from the night before, so...
 
2022-10-06 2:47:23 PM  

Mikey1969: Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.

My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformation is, and Bruce comes up with ...


A wizard did it
 
2022-10-06 2:50:37 PM  

Mikey1969: Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.

My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformation is, and Bruce comes up with ...


Her hair also gets longer, if that'll help annoy you. And then shrinks back down when she goes back to Jen.
 
2022-10-06 2:50:45 PM  
where are all the incels moaning they "how dare they make bruce be wrong, she should have listened to everything he said" when this episode established that he was quite right, that she absolutely needed to get a complete handle on her emotions because if she lost her shiat (and 100% justifiably so) and people saw her as a monster, she can't unring that bell.
 
2022-10-06 2:54:31 PM  

replacementcool: where are all the incels moaning they "how dare they make bruce be wrong, she should have listened to everything he said" when this episode established that he was quite right, that she absolutely needed to get a complete handle on her emotions because if she lost her shiat (and 100% justifiably so) and people saw her as a monster, she can't unring that bell.


They really couldn't even understand the possibility that she could be wrong.
 
2022-10-06 2:58:07 PM  

replacementcool: where are all the incels moaning they "how dare they make bruce be wrong, she should have listened to everything he said" when this episode established that he was quite right, that she absolutely needed to get a complete handle on her emotions because if she lost her shiat (and 100% justifiably so) and people saw her as a monster, she can't unring that bell.


I mean, they were always idiots.  That was Jen's entire character arc for the first few years of comic appearances, that she suffered from almost toxic overconfidence once she became a hulk and had to struggle with whether it was just her being freed from her anxieties or if being a hulk was affecting her more than she wanted to admit.

Unrelated but amusing:

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2022-10-06 3:04:45 PM  
Dare Devil did the walk of shame
lmao
 
2022-10-06 3:12:26 PM  

LowbrowDeluxe: replacementcool: where are all the incels moaning they "how dare they make bruce be wrong, she should have listened to everything he said" when this episode established that he was quite right, that she absolutely needed to get a complete handle on her emotions because if she lost her shiat (and 100% justifiably so) and people saw her as a monster, she can't unring that bell.

I mean, they were always idiots.  That was Jen's entire character arc for the first few years of comic appearances, that she suffered from almost toxic overconfidence once she became a hulk and had to struggle with whether it was just her being freed from her anxieties or if being a hulk was affecting her more than she wanted to admit.

Unrelated but amusing:

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Roy Kent going all soft over Jen as Hercules like he does for Kenzie in Ted Lasso would be hilarious. Especially if they let him say "fark" a lot.
 
2022-10-06 3:49:59 PM  

Bootleg: Mikey1969: Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.

My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformation is, and Bruce co ...


Yeah, It makes no sense. Getting big muscles? That's the gamma radiation. But the hair style completely changing is just annoying. I mean, like I said, it's all marketing the ORIGINAL character, they just ignore it in the show though, and it bugs me on a deep internal level. Deep enough that it doesn't ruin the show in any way, it's just a loose end that bothers me.
 
2022-10-06 3:56:51 PM  

Mikey1969: Bootleg: Mikey1969: Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.

My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformation is, and ...


you can accept her entire body transforming, but her hair doing the same thing is a bridge too far? I think that might be a you problem.
 
2022-10-06 4:00:54 PM  
I thought it was a great episode.

Very funny.  Especially the DD stuff.

I really enjoy the pencil-color art cards they play during the end credits - the one with DD meeting whatherface during his walk made me giggle.
 
2022-10-06 4:03:11 PM  

replacementcool: Mikey1969: Bootleg: Mikey1969: Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.

My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformat ...


Jen and She Hulk actually have completely separate hair.  Jen's hair gets sort of absorbed into She Hulk's mass, and She Hulk's own hair springs out from her own scalp.  And then when she reverts back, She Hulk's hair all falls out, while Jen's hair is released as She Hulk's mass reduces.

That's right, it's the real reason She Hulk has so much trouble with guys: She sheds.
 
2022-10-06 4:30:24 PM  
The transformation is in part a reflection of the inner personality of the character.  Bruce would turn into a literal rage monster.  But Jens anger turns inward into a more confident version of who she wants to be seen as.
 
2022-10-06 4:38:35 PM  

Mikey1969: Bootleg: Mikey1969: Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.

My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformation is, and ...


Going back to this point, though: I know of at least one person that's refusing to watch it just because she doesn't look like a female version of Hulk. Like, her height is fine, but the fact that's she's a third of the width of Hulk annoys the shiat out of them.
 
2022-10-06 4:50:01 PM  

Bootleg: Going back to this point, though: I know of at least one person that's refusing to watch it just because she doesn't look like a female version of Hulk. Like, her height is fine, but the fact that's she's a third of the width of Hulk annoys the shiat out of them.


Did Rob Liefeld ever draw She-Hulk?  No doubt that would send your friend straight over the edge.  I can't even imagine the twisted nightmare physiology he'd come up with for a 9 foot tall woman.
 
2022-10-06 5:01:27 PM  

Aquapope: Bootleg: Going back to this point, though: I know of at least one person that's refusing to watch it just because she doesn't look like a female version of Hulk. Like, her height is fine, but the fact that's she's a third of the width of Hulk annoys the shiat out of them.

Did Rob Liefeld ever draw She-Hulk?  No doubt that would send your friend straight over the edge.  I can't even imagine the twisted nightmare physiology he'd come up with for a 9 foot tall woman.


Ummm.....no. His take on Enchantress should give you some idea though.
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2022-10-06 5:04:12 PM  
Whoops. Yes he did.
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2022-10-06 5:10:51 PM  

baron von doodle: Aquapope: Bootleg: Going back to this point, though: I know of at least one person that's refusing to watch it just because she doesn't look like a female version of Hulk. Like, her height is fine, but the fact that's she's a third of the width of Hulk annoys the shiat out of them.

Did Rob Liefeld ever draw She-Hulk?  No doubt that would send your friend straight over the edge.  I can't even imagine the twisted nightmare physiology he'd come up with for a 9 foot tall woman.

Ummm.....no. His take on Enchantress should give you some idea though.
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Dame's got gams for days.
 
2022-10-06 5:15:24 PM  

Bootleg: Going back to this point, though: I know of at least one person that's refusing to watch it just because she doesn't look like a female version of Hulk. Like, her height is fine, but the fact that's she's a third of the width of Hulk annoys the shiat out of them.


That person sounds weird.
 
2022-10-06 5:21:01 PM  

baron von doodle: Whoops. Yes he did.
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ah I see he cut her off so that he wouldn't have to draw her feet.
 
2022-10-06 5:21:46 PM  
Also does Deadpool have two sets of farking pecs? How the fark does he keep getting work?
 
2022-10-06 5:47:13 PM  

Mikey1969: Bootleg: Mikey1969: Aquapope: phaseolus: Mikey1969: MusicMakeMyHeadPound: Haven't seen the show, but it sounds like Harvey Birdman except with Marvel instead of Hanna Barbera?

It's fun, and very tongue in cheek. There are a lot of fourth wall breaks. The CGI is still a bit off, which is distracting, but not too bad. It's a fun show, made more fun by the fact that they picked a little pixie to turn into the 7 foot tall green gal.

I very rarely turn into a rabid fanboy for anyone, but I gotta say Tatiana Maslany could make a dozen episodes of nothing but reading a phone book entertaining. And so far, this series only scratches the surface of her acting chops. I'd happily watch her in anything.

I love the whole gist of the show - how being a Super messes with everything in your normal day to day life.  It's a cool take that we saw a bit of with Hawkeye and also in the Incredibles, but not as deeply as with Jen.  There's just so much to work with the writers must be having a blast.

For instance, if Jen is having a period, how does that affect She-Hulk?  Is she also having a period?  Does she have to get special giant tampons?  Is she moody and destroys lots of shiat (tricky, without writing offensive PMS clichés).  Or does the hulking process stop it and she stays hulked out for a week to avoid periods?  There's tons of daily stuff we don't think about that get complicated by being a Hulk.

My only real issue is why does her hair change? Hulk pretty much has Mark Ruffalo's hair. I know that She-Hulk has always had long hair, but there is no logic for why she changes so drastically, compared to her cousin.

Actually, I CAN tell you why. They knew that She-Hulk wouldn't sell if she just looked like a female version of Hulk. Even though he just gets bigger and uglier, they knew that they'd need an attractive female if they wanted to sell the comic. I just wish that in the show, they would come up with a moment where she realizes how different her transformation is, and Bruce co ...

Yeah, It makes no sense. Getting big muscles? That's the gamma radiation. But the hair style completely changing is just annoying. I mean, like I said, it's all marketing the ORIGINAL character, they just ignore it in the show though, and it bugs me on a deep internal level. Deep enough that it doesn't ruin the show in any way, it's just a loose end that bothers me.


Boy, I hope they fire the whole writing staff for that blunder.
 
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