But who’s playing the character?
We finally got it! Disney+’s She-Hulk: Attorney At Law confirmed the existence of our favorite mutant with an X-Men easter egg. But before we go into detail, you may want to watch the series’ second episode first.
If you haven’t watched the latest Marvel series, you should. The story follows Jennifer Walters, a lawyer specializing in cases related to superhumans. She also happens to be the green superhero, She-Hulk. She got her powers from her cousin Bruce Banner after a car crash in the first episode.
In episode two, she reveals her identity and loses her job in the process. She pounds the pavement but becomes discouraged after a string of unsuccessful interviews. So when she sees a list titled “Offbeat Jobs for a Fresh Start,” she peruses it carefully.
When the camera zooms in on her laptop screen, links to similar stories can be seen on the right. One is a piece about a statue in the middle of the ocean. (That’s a reference to the Marvel film Eternals.) The article above that one talks about a man with metal claws who figured in a bar fight. Does that ring any bells?
Wolverine’s a mutant with enhanced human capabilities and adamantium claws. He’s famous for getting into bar fights in the comics. Most Marvel fans would’ve caught this X-Men easter egg.
But, this isn’t the first time a Marvel series hinted at mutants in the MCU. Kamala Khan discovered in Ms. Marvel that her powers came from a genetic abnormality. But it’s nice that X-Men characters are being added to the franchise. We hope to see a new Professor X before Marvel’s highly-anticipated Fantastic Four film.
New episodes of ‘She-Hulk’ come out every Thursday on Disney+.
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