The Disney+ original She-Hulk: Attorney at Law follows Jennifer Walters, an attorney who gains Hulk-like powers after an emergency blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce Banner. Juggling lawyer life with sudden SMASH abilities proves challenging, but also hilariously liberating.
Premiering in 2022, She-Hulk makes the Marvel universe more lighthearted through comedic writing and fourth-wall breaking. Tatiana Maslany shines playing both Jen and She-Hulk with endearing awkwardness. Her impromptu courtroom vigilantism dispenses justice Hulk-style. Outrageous cameos like Megan Thee Stallion add laughs through Jen’s fangirl glee.
Beyond the punchy humor, She-Hulk packs in positive messages about self-confidence and overcoming sexism as a woman navigating a male-dominated field. Jen learns embracing her power and contradictions is better than trying to conform. The show also satirizes online fan culture that harasses women in the spotlight.
Showrunner Jessica Gao blends legal comedy and rom-com tropes with Marvel action that feels unapologetically feminine. Supporting characters like paralegal Nikki and rival attorney Mallory provide friendship amid Jen’s chaotic dating life. Tackling superhero senses as a single woman makes for very relatable, awkward hilarity.
She-Hulk does take a few episodes to find its groove between Jen’s legal life and superhuman escapades. Some CGI can look wonky at times when paired against real actors and sets. But the charming cast chemistry and celebration of MCU fandom carry the show beyond the flaws. She-Hulk smashes sexist assumptions with brains, heart and gamma strength.
Get ready for hilarious hijinks when Jennifer Walters steps up in the courtroom and smashes down bad guys as She-Hulk. Let Tatiana Maslany win you over with wit and heart as Jen figures out her emerging powers on her own terms. Catch She-Hulk dispensing justice Hulk-style before she leaps into more adventures.