Tune in as returning guest Guy Bradford joins Arthur for a review and recap of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe series to premiere on Disney+. With its sitcom format, meta comedy, and fourth-wall breaks, how did it fare at introducing viewers to Jennifer Walters, a single 30-something lawyer and cousin of Bruce Banner/The Hulk who faces new obstacles in her personal and professional life after gaining Hulk powers via cross-contamination with Bruce’s blood? On top of covering all that, Arthur and Guy chat about topics like knockoff merchandise, the ridiculous burdens that VFX teams are continuing to endure, the two middle fingers that She-Hulk gives to misogyny and incels, and the surprising end to a relationship arc in the finale of Boston Legal.
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I live in my hometown of Seattle, Washington, where I'm delving into the career of a science-fiction author. The first story I dedicated myself to writing was about a young girl with telekinetic abilities. I'm still fascinated with superheroes, especially the ones in the Marvel Universe; it’s a tie between Spider-Man and Iron Man as my favorite. Coldplay, Ingrid Michaelson, Imagine Dragons, Ellie Goulding, and The Killers are just a few of the artists you would find me listening to while writing. --- Twitter: arthur_ant18 --- Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/144101970-arthur-howell View all posts by Arthur Howell