The trailer for She-Hulk just dropped, and fans now have their first look at Tatiana Maslany’s hero at law. Sadly, the CGI did not impress most; quite the opposite, in fact. Nevertheless, the series still looks like yet another fun and unique Disney+ venture. While all eyes were on the Hulks featured in the trailer, there’s something else hiding in the finer details: the return of Stark tech.
Despite Tony Stark having been dead for a few years at this point, his corporation and its technology don’t seem to be going away. The last time fans saw them was at the beginning of Spider-Man: No Way Home, when all of Peter’s stuff was being confiscated.
This time, however, the tech doesn’t seem to be in the wrong hands. In fact, it’s in great hands—that of Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner.
She-Hulk's Razor Sharp Stark Tech
The new trailer for Tatiana Maslany’s Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has been released, and fans can see Stark Tech being put to good use.
In the scene where Bruce locks Jen in the room with the rotating saw blades, eagle-eyed viewers can spot the Stark Tech logo on them.
While they are undoubtedly made of strong material, it doesn’t seem like they’re durable enough to best a Hulk.
Iron Man's Influence Remains
Fans may be curious how Stark continues to provide just the right tech needed for his old Avengers teammates now that he's gone. However, the more important question is: why does Hulk have a Stark Tech death cage?
It would seem that Bruce Banner worked with Tony to develop a testing lab of sorts. Was it for the possibility of a future Hulk? Or maybe it was entirely made to help figure out the green Avenger’s problems between Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, or even earlier when Bruce helped Tony build his Hulkbuster armor, V.E.R.O.N.I.C.A.
It’s hard not to think about what other neat little gadgets are hiding away in that same lab. No doubt there will be plenty more training montage sequences for them to appear in.
Tony certainly did some good at getting his tech out there into the world. No wonder an event like Armor Wars will eventually break out—and poor Rhodey will have to pick up all the pieces.
She-Hulk hits Disney+ on August 17, while Armor Wars will potentially start filming later this year.