Saturday, November 19, 2022

Marvel Legends - SHE-HULK!

Marvel Legends Disney+ - Infinity Ultron BaF Wave - She-Hulk - Hasbro 2022

The new She-Hulk show on Disney+ was unexpectedly delightful. I had very low expectations from the few weird trailers and the comedy tropes from the comics that I didn't expect would translate well to the big screen. But I was wrong. It was funny, face-paced, irreverent, and the nine episodes ended way too quickly. If it doesn't get picked dup for another season I'll be very disappointed. One of the main surprises for me was how much I loved Tatiana Maslany. She embodied the quirky, down-to-Earth hero perfectly and added a level of personality I wasn't expecting. I personally have never seen any of her projects before, but I have heard great things about most of them (Orphan Black especially). I will likely start populating my watch list with her older projects. I know there was a lot of moaning about the quality of the CGI on the show, and I agree that some of the action scenes were goofy, and the early trailers were clearly a work-in-progress, but I didn't mind it. I love the show. Let's check out Jen below!

















I couldn't decide whether I preferred photographing She-Hulk with flash or without, so you'll notice a bunch of these pics alternate between the two, and sometimes I posted both. It gives the green skintone a slightly different quality and the flash eliminates the shadows cast by her hair over her face and neck.













She-Hulk's only accessory is an extra set of hands.









She also comes with the Left Leg piece of the Infinity Ultron Build-a-Figure.






































Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!


From Left to Right: The 2017 A-Force She-Hulk, Disney+ She-Hulk, and 2021 Fan Channel She-Hulk.








Cheers!





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