The new era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been built on new and engaging characters being added to the red brand roster. Specifically, on Disney+, Monica Rambeau, John Walker, Sylvie, Kate Bishop, Moon Knight, and Kamala Khan have all made immediate impacts in their respective series. Next up is Jennifer Walters, a superhero lawyer. She is more commonly known as She-Hulk.
She-Hulk will become the first "Hulk-titled" project in the MCU since 2008's The Incredible Hulk. The show will follow Walters as she balances being earth's mightiest attorney with adapting the powers of her cousin, Bruce Banner.
She-Hulk is another addition to a flourishing list of next-generation Marvel heroes making their debut in Phase 4. Marvel Studios is known for developing characters fans universally love. There is no better place to give new characters the spotlight than San Diego Comic-Con.
Second She-Hulk Official Trailer Brings Back Daredevil
During the Marvel Studios panel in Hall H of San Diego Comic-Con, the cast of She-Hulk took the stage. Led by lead actress Tatiana Maslany, they brought along the new official trailer for the upcoming Disney+ series.
Shockingly, the trailer closes with an all too familiar hero: Daredevil:
The Devil of Hell's Kitchen somersaults his way onto the scene, looking more vibrant than usual:
The hero seems to be wearing a red and yellow version of his Netflix suit:
The full trailer can be seen below:
More Matt Murdock in the MCU
The Marvel Netflix era was one that set the primer for what Marvel streaming content would be. There were some ups and downs across the board, but there was always one constant: the people love Daredevil.
Since getting these characters back on its roster, Marvel Studios wasted no time rewarding fans of the Netflix series Daredevil by bringing back Charlie Cox in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The cameo appearance was one small piece of the fan service masterclass of No Way Home, a testament to just how popular Cox's Matt Murdock is. He shows up for a cup of coffee and, in many respects, steals the show.
Now he will make his first appearance in action in She-Hulk. Ever since the She-Hulk series was announced, it has been rumored that Daredevil is likely to show up. Having his first appearance revealed in the trailer is a surprise for many, especially considering the announcement of Daredevil: Born Again, an 18-episode Disney+ series set to release in Spring 2024.
Daredevil is seen flipping into action to seemingly assist Jen Walters, classic Daredevil acrobatics and the patented batons in hand. But the suit is what is getting all the attention on the internet.
The original red and yellow suit will appear for the first time in live action. This nod to the traditional Daredevil suit is something comic book fans have been waiting for. With the suit being such a big part of Matt Murdock's story in the Netflix series, it will be interesting to see how the upgrade plays into the story.
There are so many things to get excited about with She-Hulk. Being reintroduced to the Hulk franchise through this new character is a benefit that the Marvel Cinematic Universe holds over every competitor. The simple fact that Daredevil is going to be a part of it will bring this series to the top of many hype lists.