Thursday, February 1, 2018

She-Hulk and The Flash


I know the Movie rights to the Hulk are a bit muddled - Marvel can use him but not in a solo film, I think - but does that extend to Hulk-related characters like Jennifer Walters?  I think she would be a great addition to the live action heroes.  It would be cool to see her in The Avengers, but my preference would be a TV show.  There's enough super powers, humor, heart and legal action to fill a series with.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

its a shame wrestler chyna wasn't used as she hulk that would've been off the charts

Dale Bagwell said...

Oh she was Anonymous. Except it was the porn version of She-Hulk.
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Anonymous said...

I agree with you about a cinematic solo for the Hulk. Re: this cover; I'd like to see a follow-up. Like, say, a cat-fight between her and Rampage?

Cary Comic said...

I'll have to respectfully disagree with Anon #2. I think a team-up between Barry-Flash and the Fantastic Four would be more appropriate. The Central City connection and all that.

Glenn Host said...

I'd not want to see the She-Hulk on TV without a good laywer on staff to tell some good stories why in Marvel Universe vigilantism is legal and lays changed as a result of superpowers/aliens/mutants/etc.

Jay Johnson said...

re Glenn: I'm not 100% sure that vigilantism is legal in the MCU -- the Slovakian accords cover the high-profile heroes (and why Cap is a fugitive at the start of 'Black Panther') and Daredevil is wanted by the police, although they aren't trying all that hard to find him. The Netflix shows do have a legal side -- Jeryn Hogarth and her defense of Jessica for Kilgrave's death, etc. and I could see her firm trying to get ahead of the curve on cases involving 'those people' by hiring Jennifer.

And I have no idea what the legal status of vigilantism is the the main MU after the Secret Wars, Civil War II, Secret Empire, et al. Was the Super-Hero Registration Act (Civil War I) ever officially repealed?

Anonymous said...

@Glen: Uhm! Did you, perhaps, intend to say "...laws changed as a result?"

Batman of Earth 13 said...

I like the way Michael Golden drew the She-Hulk....

Bob Buethe said...

Cary Comic's comment gave me an idea. Do you remember the comic strip (and also a comic book in the Golden Age) Brenda Starr? If so, do you remember that she was a reporter for the Central City Flash?

Simreeve said...

The Spirit is in Central City, too...

Cary Comic said...

Yeah. But, Ross already did a team-up between him and the Flash @ STF #1672.

Glenn Host said...

I always call lawyers "laywers" due to number of times they try to screw you so I guess it slipped.

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