Aside from revealing that Bruce Banner/Smart Hulk has unfinished business working on Realization – which in turn appears to sow a seed for some sort of Planet Hulk/World War Hulk movie – Disney+’s She- Episode 2 of the Hulk slipped into one few other MCU takes for granted via a singular website page.
At the beginning of the August 25 episode, titled “Superhuman Law”, Jane Walters (played by Tatiana Maslany) learns that she is being let down from her job as Ada in the wake of “hulking out” while trying. Is. Case. The conventional wisdom is that Jane’s new superpower status will only tarnish the peaks in one way or another, as evidenced by the case she was set to win last week, which was annulled by a mistrial announcement. .
After a series of sad job interview snippets, a glum Jane resorts to visiting a website that suggests “offbeat jobs for a fresh start”. If you look at the top two “related articles” on the right, the first one is titled, “Man fights with metal claws in bar brawl”—hints, of course, to a mutant known as Wolverine.
And if Doctor Strange 2 and then Ms. Marvel has told us anything, it’s that the X-Men (or whatever the name was, it would be called) are now a part of the MCU, following Disney’s purchase of Fox in 2019. , which had Dibs on Professor X et al.
The other related article is titled, “Why is there a giant statue of a man sticking out of the sea,” which would certainly seem to echo a highly valid question raised by the end of Marvel’s Eternals, which left a horror . of the Indian Ocean. (No spoilers here.)
This week’s episode also took home what lead writer/EP Jessica Gao told TVLine, noting that She-Hulk is set not too long after Shang-Chi and The Legends of the Ten Rings. The closing scene revolves around the appearance of Emil Blonkey. Hate broke out of prison once for attending a fight club. You can count on finding out more about what was actually in Episode 3.