Dan Slott on Patron She-Hulk: “It’s the most faithful show in the MCU”
In a heated exchange of opinions on Twitter, the writer referred to the public criticism that the series about the adventures of She-Hulk has been subjected to.
For anyone who accuses this production of being unfaithful to the original. I’m the guy who wrote most of the She-Hulk books. I have read all the stories that have been written about her. And I say it officially: This is the most faithful to the comic series in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Later in the discussion, Sloat did not explain his position. On the other hand, he strips criticism with a narrative from the series “everything for one person, nothing for everyone”.
As someone for whom “Patron She-Hulk” is both a crime against good taste and proof that the invention of the camera was a mistake, I can only add that devotion or disbelief to a comic book character is the least of the series. ‘ Problems.
“Patron She-Hulk” – What is the series on Disney +?
The project was conceived as a comedy series – and as you can easily guess, the idea came to fruition. The first season consists of nine episodes. Tatiana Maslany played the main role, and a whole host of old MCU friends popped up in the background. Mark Ruffalo returns as Bruce Banner / Smart Hulk, Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky / Abomination, and Benedict Wong as Wong. They all looked like they were waiting to be transported.
In the Marvel comics, the title character is the alter ego of Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s cousin. After shooting the girl, the scientist revives her with a transfusion of his mutant blood. In fact, Jennifer has become the female version of the Hulk. In the series, unfortunately, her transformation doesn’t make much dramatic sense.
The Disney+ series is based on John Byrne comic books from the 1980s. The “fourth wall” of the heroine. This form, let’s say a compliment, with varying degrees of success, is also used in the series.
Trailer for the “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” series
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