Fans have a tendency to forget that Bruce Banner, often known as the Hulk, was the unsung hero of the film Avengers: Endgame, despite the fact that we have frequently discussed the noble sacrifice made by Tony Stark in the film. Banner initially utilized the Nano Gauntlet in the blockbuster 2019 Avengers: Infinity War in an effort to restore the lives lost at Thanos’ first snap.
Indeed, the Green Goliath is the only one who can endure the impacts of the snap due to his gamma radiation resistance. Nonetheless, the power of the blow left him with a severe arm injury that most of us believed would never heal.
It turns out that Banner just needs Jen Walters’ DNA to restore his torn arm. In Episode 1 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, it was revealed that Jen’s special blood cured her cousin’s damage from Endgame. The only problem is that he quickly reverted to his Hulk form.
She-Hulk has gotten off to a positive start, and the show is absolutely unlike any other Marvel Cinematic Universe spinoff series that has gone before it. Episode 1 may have started off a little slowly for some viewers, but it quickly becomes rather entertaining and has plenty of action and that signature Marvel comedy.
The first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is now available on Disney+.