In She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, we see Jennifer Walters being trained by her cousin Bruce Banner on what it means to have your superpower and turn into an angry creature. In addition, she also has to do her job as a lawyer - and because she is She-Hulk, she is supposed to represent other beings with superpowers - including Emil Blonsky, who also briefly transforms into Abomination in the new trailer.
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Now please only continue reading if you've seen the trailer: Yes, the new preview confirms that Charlie Cox is part of the She-Hulk series. And he will not - as he did in "Spider-Man: No Way Home" - only appear as lawyer Matt Murdock and work with his colleague Jennifer Walters, but will wear his Daredevil costume, which Marvel fans at Comic-Con -Presentation made jubilee.
DAREDEVIL: AFTER "SHE-HULK" COMES ITS OWN SERIES
The appearance fits perfectly with Marvel's announcement of its own "Daredevil" series on Disney+: "Daredevil: Born Again" should be available for streaming in spring 2024 and will comprise a whopping 18 episodes.
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But first, of course, comes She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. As the trailer further reveals, the series will also adopt an element from the comics: breaking the 4th wall. Like Deadpool, for example, She-Hulk is aware in the comics that she is only part of drawn stories and so she sometimes addresses the readership directly. And she now seems to be speaking to her TV audience as well. Here is also the English trailer:
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is coming to Disney+ on August 17, 2022. The series is part of the current phase 4 at Marvel. The comic giant has just announced what will happen next in phases 5 and 6 – not just with the already mentioned "Daredevil" series, but also with e.g. also with "Avengers 5: The Kang Dynasty" and "Avengers 6 Secret Wars".