*I know nothing about the original comic book on which the show is based. This review is strictly about the series.
In life, and in writing, when one door closes, another opens. Just because one storyline has been completed does not mean that there is room to take a connective narrative in new directions.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premiered a few days ago on DisneyPlus.
Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) is a thirty-something lawyer who is doing her best to get ahead in her career. Then she gets into a car accident, which changes everything. In the passenger seat is Jennifer’s cousin, Bruce Banner/The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).
As a result of this accident, Jennifer turns into a She-Hulk, creating new problems. In addition to her job and her personal life, she is now officially a superhero and must save the world.
So far, I really like this series. It is funny, action-packed, and Maslany as the title character is fantastic. It speaks to the fact that many women (regardless of their romantic or familial status) are balancing multiple aspects of whatever is part of our daily lives.
Do I recommend it? Yes.
New episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will be released on Thursday on Disneyplus.
P.S. There is a post-credit scene that is worth waiting for.