Bruce Banner justifiably takes up lots of spotlight. However, there are a couple of different Hulks wandering around the Marvel Universe. One of them is Bruce’s cousin Jennifer Walters, a.k.a. She-Hulk, who’s done everything from kicking around with Marvel’s First Family to flying around the world as a space lawyer. Here are some untold truths about her…
1. She-Hulk was Just Made To Protect Potential Future TV/Film rights
Considering how fruitful the Hulk has been throughout the years, it sense Marvel would need to extend the character’s span with some supporting characters. In any case, it really took the danger of losing the potential rights to a female Hulk character that pushed the publisher into really getting it going. With the Incredible Hulk TV series fuelling ratings in the late 1970s and mid-1980s, Marvel began to fear that CBS may attempt to turn off a female-drove arrangement (in the same vein as Bionic Woman and the Six Million Dollar Man). With a specific goal to hold control, Marvel beat them to the punch and made She-Hulk before a female Hulk TV series or TV film could be developed.
2. She Was Breaking The Fourth Wall Way Before Deadpool
Fox’s Deadpool film made all the cash when it hit the big screen because of the way that Wade Wilson split jokes and broke the fourth wall. However, She-Hulk spearheaded that idea at Marvel Comics quite a while before Wade Wilson. The Sensational She-Hulk kept running for 60 issues in the 1980s and pushed a wide range of peculiar limits at the publishing house.