Marvel Studios’ next live-action TV series, Hulk, will premiere on Disney+ in just a few days, and many people are interested in how a new Hulk will fit into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Marvel’s first attempt at developing a half-hour comedy series, will chronicle the escapades of Jennifer Walters, played by Tatiana Maslany and portrayed as a lawyer who unexpectedly becomes the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s second Hulk.
Things are looking bright for Marvel’s newest superhero, who has garnered numerous positive social media reviews and is the subject of an unusual marketing campaign on the dating app Tinder. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law already has some big linkages to the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner, confirmed to participate, as well as Charlie Cox’s Daredevil’s much-anticipated return, which adds to the excitement. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, unlike several of Marvel’s prior Disney+ series, is already a part of the wider MCU.
Another question that many fans will have is if She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will follow Marvel’s tradition of inserting sequences either during or after the credits roll in its episodes. The tradition appears to be alive and well now that the first reactions to the series have been published on the internet.
She-post-credits Hulk’s sequences set a new length record.
Following the lifting of the social media embargo for the show She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, several intriguing details about the show have been public.
Erik Davis of Fandango verified on Twitter that She-Hulk appears in “cameos” and “mid-credits moments” in each episode:
Another amusing feature of She-Hulk is that the show makes a strong effort to appeal to Marvel Cinematic Universe viewers. Cameos! There are moments at the end of every single episode! It delivers this extra strength to eventually win you over. Something similar to how the main character of the novel acts.
She-Tags Hulks Set an MCU Record The idea that She-Hulk: Attorney at Law would have a post-credits scene isn’t all that surprising, given it continues a practice started by Marvel Studios with the release of Iron Man in 2008. The Disney+ show, on the other hand, will go down in history since each of the four episodes that have been made available to the press so far features a sequence that takes place during the credits.
Previously, Marvel episodes that aired on Disney+ included a mid-credits or post-credits scene at some point throughout their respective runs, albeit these pieces did not always feature in every episode.
WandaVision is currently the only show that has after-credits scenes in all three of its final episodes; Episode 9 alone has not one, but two after-credits scenes. While What If…?, Moon Knight and Hawkeye each have one post-credits scene in their seasons, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and Ms. Marvel all have two episodes with at least one tag scene.
If the first four episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law established a trend of having a post-credits sequence at the end of the show, this pattern is quite likely to continue for the rest of the season. If this occurs, it will undoubtedly shatter the record for the MCU series with the most sequences at the end of the credits.
Fans are aware that She-Hulk will feature cameo appearances from a slew of well-known Marvel characters, but it is unclear when these characters will make their entrances during the season. Those who stay through the end credits of She-Hulk will most likely be rewarded with several surprise revelations. Tag sequences in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have a history of promising intriguing developments for what’s to come, and it appears like She-Hulk has a lot more in store.