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Our “comics crew” consisting of Christine, Shelby, and Kacey get ready to go green with this special look at She-Hulk ahead of the show’s live-action premiere on Disney+. They discuss She-Hulk’s surprisingly impressive beginnings in the pages of Savage She-Hulk (1980), and Jennifer Walters’ more recent encounters with Matt Murdock, particularly in the hands of She-Hulk (2014) and Daredevil (2015) writer Charles Soule. They also talk about their excitement and expectations for the upcoming TV show.
+ 00:23 - Introductions and hype
+ 03:56 - We start the discussion about the comics with Christine’s review of Savage She-Hulk
+ 10:45 - She-Hulk’s powers and early characterization
+ 15:14 - Why does Jen, unlike Matt, not face any legal issues being She-Hulk?
+ 18:41 - Matt and Jen meeting each other in the comics – House of M (2005), She-Hulk (2014) and Daredevil (2015)
+ 28:30 - How will the show handle Matt’s secret identity around Jen?
+ 30:15 - The trio’s feelings about a “lighter” Matt Murdock
+ 33:24 - Other characters that are scheduled to appear in the She-Hulk show
+ 38:53 - She-Hulk’s wardrobe issues
+ 40:35 - Final thoughts on format and more
+ 43:00 - Outro
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Comics runs mentioned in this episode:
+ Savage She-Hulk (1980). The She-Hulk character was created by Stan Lee and John Buscema, but issues #2-25 are by David Anthony Kraft and Mike Vosburg
+ Sensational She-Hulk (1988), by John Byrne
+ House of M (2005), by Brian Michael Bendis and Olivier Couple
+ She-Hulk (2014), by Charles Soule and Javier Pulido
+ Daredevil (2015), by Charles Soule and various artists (including Ron Garney)