Marvel couldn’t get through one more show without fans going nuts, and Melvin & Dan are here to parse through the mire. We get through what makes She-Hulk: Attorney at Law extremely fun and a breath of the fresh air, as well as what makes its ending both clever and dull.
- (PATREON EXCLUSIVE) 33-minutes discussing Phase 4 Marvel, it’s ups and downs, the overwhelming content-drip of borderline week-to-week Marvel content and wanting more creativity from Marvel despite knowing its still, you know, Marvel. (PATREON EXCLUSIVE)
- Daniel details the conception of She-Hulk as a Marvel comic character in the late 70s/early 80s.
- Daniel, “She-Hulk is, other than WandaVision, one of the only one of these [Marvel shows] to take advantage of the fact that it is a streaming show.”
- Although anyone could have predicted the negative response to She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, it was funny to see how the show, episode after episode, would almost commentate on the live-responses it was actively receiving.
- The CGI in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law was a big worry for many, but it looks alright throughout the show. Even so, it seems people are really pining for something real with their film and television, and Marvel continues to frustrate its audience with disorienting or cartoonish CGI.
- Talking the official return of Daredevil!
- And finally, a long discussion on the confused feelings Melvin & Dan have with the final episode of the show.
- There aren’t a lot of fourth wall breaks throughout She-Hulk: Attorney at Law so it can make the intense fourth wall break during the final episode extremely jarring.
- In terms of power levels, thanks to She-Hulk’s fourth wall break, does this mean She-Hulk is the most powerful figure in the MCU over Kang the Conqueror and the Celestials?
- At the end of the day, the stuff that works really well with She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is the more grounded, legal procedural stuff than either the standard superhero or the wacko fourth wall breaking stuff, and a second season capitalizing on a week-to-week court-room drama with superheroes could be far more rewarding to watch than this first season’s strange content amalgamation.
- Using justwatch.com to search where movies and shows are streaming.
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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is Rated TV-14. It features Tatiana Maslany, Ginger Gonzaga, Malia Arrayah, Jameela Jamil, Steve Coulter, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Josh Segarra, Tim Roth, Mark Ruffalo, Benedict Wong, and Charlie Cox. Created for television by Jessica Gao. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is available on Disney Plus.
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Melvin Benson is the Founder, Editor-In-Chief, and Lead Host of Cinematic Doctrine. He’s written fiction and nonfiction for over a decade with short stories featured on the Creepypasta Wiki and Wattpad. His novelette Ethereal Temptation, a teen drama with a tinge of magical-realism, can be read for free here. His hope is to see King Jesus glorified as far as the east is from the west!
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