‘She-Hulk’ Sneak Peek Teases The Return Of Daredevil, More Battles Outside The Courtroom

So far, nobody’s filed an objection against Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law series on Disney+. The legal comedy starring Tatiana Maslany as Jen Walters aka the big green She-Hulk, has been warmly received for exploring the quirky side of the MCU. With today being the start of the D23 Expo, and the show reaching its near-halfway point after four episodes, a new sneak peek offers a look at where the most powerful force in the law is headed.

There aren’t a ton of big reveals here, but the biggest is our best look yet at the return of Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock aka Daredevil. Murdock made his debut in the MCU offering advice to Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home, and here he’s offering similar to Walters. We then see him again in his vigilante suit, with She-Hulk commenting that he’s “kinda doing it” for her, which suggests they might get it on at some point. Let’s just say that She-Hulk…well, she kinda gets around in the world of Marvel Comics.

We also see more of Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky aka Abomination, who has mellowed out significantly, Ginger Gonzaga as She-Hulk’s pal and paralegal Nikki, Jamila Jamil as super-powered socialite Titania, and Renee Elise Goldberry as attorney Mallory Book who is trying to help She-Hulk copyright her own name.

But the most important tease of all is possibly more appearance by the greatest character in the MCU; drunken party girl Madisynn, played by Patty Guggenheim. If we don’t get a Madisynn/Wongers spinoff I might just quit Marvel altogether.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law runs for nine total episodes, concluding on October 13th.

Travis Hopson
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