MCU L8R: She-Hulk Episode 2 Review w/ Travis Bryant

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This week, WH Park & Rich Fann are joined by Travis Bryant from the PWTorch East Coast Cast to review She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Episode 2: “Superhuman Law”.

The trio talks about the issues of alter egos and egos gone too far, family drama, Emil Blonsky’s case, Jen’s unemployment and sublimation of her personality when challenged, the continued possibility of World War Hulks(?), as well as a few Easter Eggs that give connective tissue to the rest of Phase 4.

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Episode 2 Synopsis:

Jen is hired at a prestigious law firm but must practice as She-Hulk and rep a complicated client.

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I appreciate the last pod, however, I felt like Travis was making some straw man arguments about Jen as a developing character not acclimated or self-aware of the power she wields, both as a Hulk and as an educated & skilled attorney and person. Missing Wong as the means of transport and unexplained catalyst for Abomination’s appearance in the underground gladiator rings was a little off. Maybe, we caught him on a bad day. I appreciate the work nonetheless, just some critique.