10 Incredible Facts About The Latest Female Addition to The MCU: She-Hulk

Facts About She-Hulk:

Marvel is dropping one bombshell after other and it seems like “The superhero fatigue” was just a hoax at this point. She-Hulk is coming to the MCU and she is scheduled to make her live-action debut in “She-Hulk”, an upcoming television series on Disney+ and we can’t be any more excited.

#1: Creation and Debut

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She-Hulk was created by the Stan Lee and he was drawn by the artist John Buscema. Her first appearance was in the comic Savage She-Hulk #1 in February 1980. She-Hulk was received very well from the fans as they immediately liked the character. Her storyline is very different from that of the Hulk and that is what made her a hit.

#2: Origin and History

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Jennifer Walters was Bruce Banner’s cousin. She became the She-Hulk after she was injured heavily. In order to save her, Bruce gave her an emergency Blood transfusion and due to that, she acquired a milder version of his Hulk condition. But unlike the Hulk, she largely retained her personality, intelligence, and emotional control.

#3: She has been a big part of the Marvel universe

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She-Hulk has been a part of so many superhero ensembles. She was in Avengers, Ancient Order of the Shield, A-Force, Defenders, Fantastic Force, Fantastic, Fearsome Four, Future Foundation, Heroes for Hire, Hulkbusters, The Initiative, Lady Liberators, Mighty Avengers, SHIELD and the Seven Brides of Set. She is definitely going to be a big part of MCU.

#4: She’s an expert Martial Artist unlike the Hulk

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The Hulk is a master at smashing, but when it comes to technique, She-Hulk is clearly superior as she has mastered many forms of martial arts. She was trained by combat experts like Captain America and Gamora. She can also use a lot of weapons. She once Karate-chopped Abomination to take him down.

#5: She turns Grey when enraged

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She-Hulk shares some similarities with his cousin. When her anger reaches a point beyond redemption, she turns grey and goes on a rampage just like Bruce. Her grey form was first seen in Sensational She-Hulk #15. After turning Grey she completely lost control of herself and her emotions, her speech became broken just like Banner’s Green Hulk Persona.

#6: She often breaks the Fourth-Wall

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She-Hulk knows that she is in a comic book. She has addressed the readers of the comic book on several occasions, just like Deadpool. But She-Hulk was like this way before Deadpool even made his debut, but due to the peculiar nature of Deadpool, his character became more famous for breaking the fourth wall.

#7: She was the Leader of A-Force

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We all caught a little glimpse of an all-female team-up in Avengers Endgame, which was a clear hint at A-Force. In comic books, the A-Force was led by She-Hulk. She was successful in bringing together Super-heroines like Captain Marvel, Medusa, Dazzler, Nico Minoru to fight Antimatter. But we all know if A-Force happens, Marvel would pick Carol Danvers as their leader.

#8: Stan Lee created She-Hulk to preserve a Trademark

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You all must have heard about so many inspirational creation stories, but this one is the weirdest. In the late 1970s, The Incredible Hulk aired regularly on CBS. After the success of the show, CBS wanted to make a Female version of the character to cash in. So, to stop CBS, and retain the trademark, Stan Lee created She-Hulk before CBS could.

#9: She sided with Tony Stark in Civil War

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During the Civil War, the entire Marvel Universe was divided into two factions, led by Iron Man and Captain America respectively. In the Comics, the Civil War happened on a gigantic scale when compared to the movie. She-Hulk decided to register under the Superhuman Registration Act and she supported Iron Man.

#10: She-Hulk is a Lawyer

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Jennifer Walters is a highly idealistic lawyer and she has a history of defending the rights of minorities, the mentally ill, civil liberties, including the rights for criminals who are unduly mistreated and do not get a proper defense. She also helped individuals who are exploited by unethical corporations.

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