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‘She-Hulk’ Teases Wolverine, World War Hulk, Iron Man Three Sneakers, More

The second episode features big time Easter Eggs, references, and teases for the MCU about what's to come.

‘She-Hulk’ Teases Wolverine, World War Hulk, Iron Man Three Sneakers, More

The second episode of She-Hulk premiered tonight on Disney Plus and it happens to tease Wolverine in the MCU, possibly World War Hulk, and more.

Obvious spoilers follow.

She Hulk teases Wolverine
She-Hulk teases Wolverine

She-Hulk teases Wolverine

As a result of becoming She-Hulk, Jennifer Walters gets fired from her job as District Attorney because her as She-Hulk is deemed too much of a liability and risk.

So while job hunting, Jennifer is on her computer, and shown on screen are references to Ant-Man, Norse Mythology, Avengers, Iron Man, Wolverine, the Eternals movie, and the QR code links to a free comic book at Marvel.com.

The Wolverine tease on the right sidebar under the Iron Man Three sneakers states, “Man fights with metal claws in bar brawl,” which is an obvious reference to Wolverine and could even be a reference to the first X-Men movie which features Hugh Jackman as Wolverine fighting in the cage match and the bar when Rogue finds him.

Wouldn’t it be something if Hugh Jackman is still Wolverine in the MCU, which rumors have said (even Ryan Reynolds wants Jackman back)? Also worth a mention is that Wolverine debuted first in the comics in Incredible Hulk, and now we see the first reference to Wolverine in the MCU is She-Hulk. Not a surprise.

Underneath the Wolverine link is a reference to the Eternals movie and the Celestial frozen in the Indian Ocean: “Why there is a giant statue of a man sticking out of the ocean.”

The other references are on the top of the screen with “Find Ant-Man,” “Norse Mythology” obviously referring to Thor and the Asgardians, and “Avengers.”

Wolverine is also now Trending big time on Twitter.

Hulk onboard Sakaaran spaceship in She-Hulk
Hulk onboard Sakaaran spaceship in She-Hulk

She-Hulk teases World War Hulk

The episode sees another appearance from Mark Ruffalo as the Hulk where he has a conversation with his cousin about her representing Emil Blonsky, aka Abomination, where he gives his approval.

However, their conversation gets cut short.

Jen asks Bruce if he is going to come to L.A. anytime soon, with the Hulk replying probably not for a minute as he has some things to take care of.

The screen zooms out and the Hulk is shown on that Sakaaran spaceship from the first episode which goes into hyperdrive on its way to Sakaar.

Rumors actually said the scene was supposed to take place in the last episode of She-Hulk, but we know they changed up the episodes, so maybe that’s why.

It’s guessed the Hulk goes to Sakaar and discovers he has a son, who in the comics is Skaar, and it’s rumored they both come back to the Earth and start “World War Hulk” for some reason.

I’m curious how they are going to explain the Hulk having a son while he was on Sakaar for two years, as he wasn’t Banner at the time and had the mind of a child. In the comics, the Hulk is an adult (a badass one at that) and has a kid.

I’m also curious why the two would come back and start a war on Earth, assuming that is even happening. So Feige has a lot of explaining to do.

Maybe they are doing Planet Hulk first (Ragnarok didn’t do it justice) and then World War Hulk?

Abomination vs Wong from Shang-Chi in She-Hulk
Abomination vs Wong from Shang-Chi in She-Hulk

She-Hulk and Abomination

So following having been fired, Walters can’t find a job, but the law firm she was going up against during the Titania fight decides to hire her to be a part of its Superhuman division specifically because she is She-Hulk.

Jen’s first case is to get Emil Blonsky out on parole so she goes to visit him in jail.

There, Blonsky tells her he is reformed and has remorse (when she talked to Bruce per above, he said he received a letter from Emil and that everything is now okay between them, etc.).

Blonsky tells her he thought he was the good guy in the Hulk fight as he was given the Super Soldier Serum and told by the government to kill the Hulk, so he thought he would be the next Captain America.

Jen believes him and decides to take the case, so she calls her boss to tell him the news. He tells her to put on the news and it’s the scene from Shang-Chi where Wong is battling Abomination in a cage fight.

The news reports that Abomination has escaped prison, and the episode (all 20 minutes of it) ends.

If we connect the dots, I believe in Shang-Chi they show Wong opening a portal to Abomination’s cell, so Wong is the one who frees Abomination, but why we don’t know just yet.

I’ll also say I liked this episode a lot better than the first one as the writers obviously excel at the comedy bits but are lacking when it comes to the comic book stuff and obviously any of the in-court lawyer stuff.