If you check out any of the She-Hulk comic runs, beginning with Savage She-Hulk #1 and going all the way up to the most recent issue, you will discover that they are all pretty good. They are available in several comic book shops right now, and fans love them. Because She-Hulk is one of the most incredible women in the Marvel universe. She deserves to be shown a great deal of respect while still having a lot of fun.
However, the Marvel Cinematic Universe was not successful in capturing the allure, wit, and emotion of the stunning green lawyer out from comics. The Marvel’s She-Hulk series is plagued by the same issues that the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 4 is. It is unsure of what it wants to be or where it wants to go in the future. It would appear that the previous audience that helped make it such a huge success has been disregarded.
In the case of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, in particular, the Marvel Cinematic Universe did not develop the characters sufficiently to make the audience care about them. Who exactly are these members of the supporting cast? Why are they such one-dimensional characters? Where are all of the actual jokes that need to be in the series? There are certain spots that are genuinely amusing, but in a lot of other places, it tries way too hard to be humorous. There are going to be many of those viewers who will not chuckle at all while watching this show.
It is unfortunate that the inadequacies of the writers were placed on Jen Walters because it makes the situation worse. They may get a sense of vindication in this world as a result of the potshots and zingers, but audience members are more likely to be annoyed or merely roll their eyes as a result of hearing them. In addition to respecting the characters from the original comics, Marvel ought to honour its readership. It is imperative that Marvel recreate the same spirit of humour and excitement that its fans felt during the time that the Avengers were active.
She-Hulk had the potential to be a fantastic show, but it just isn’t that good. The vast majority of viewers will have trouble sitting through all the episodes. And very few will ever go back and watch them again.