Marvel Reveals Early She-Hulk Footage on Disney+ Day

A new Jade Giant is about to smash her way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The upcoming She-Hulk series is easily one of the most highly-anticipated shows that Marvel has on docket. And during today’s Disney+ Day announcements, the studio previewed the first official She-Hulk footage, including a brief tease of the title character in her Hulked-out form.

Unfortunately, the studio isn’t releasing the video for anyone who doesn’t have Disney+. So instead fans must settle for a handful of screencaps from Marvel’s preview. Luckily, the images should be enough to tide fans over until a proper trailer arrives. The footage introduced Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, a self-described “normal lawyer” who is also the cousin of Bruce Banner. But when a blood transfusion from her famous relative turns her into a green-skinned supervixen, any semblance of normalcy vanishes.

Regardless, it sounds as though Jennifer is going to find a way to cope with her new condition. Marvel previously revealed that it was developing She-Hulk as a half-hour legal comedy. But this doesn’t necessarily mean the show is going to be a complete barrel of laughs. Throughout the first season, Jen will have to tangle with Jameela Jamil’s Titania and Tim Roth’s Abomination, who recently returned to the MCU in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Fortunately, Jen won’t be alone. She will also get an assist from her cousin Bruce, who appears in both as Smart Hulk and as a normal man.

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Additionally, Marvel also shared an updated logo for the series, which you can view below:

She-Hulk will land on Disney+ sometime in 2022. You can check out some highlights from the sizzle reel in the gallery below.

What do you make of this first look at the new series? Let us know in the comment section below!

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