The first trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has left the Marvel fandom divided over the studio favoring CGI to create the superhero over practical effects and even more talk about the character’s feet.
We reveal what fans are saying about the green giant’s feet and the trailer’s CGI as a whole, as well as discuss the episode count for the series ahead.
Created by Jessica Gao for Disney Plus and based on the Marvel Comics character, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is the eighth MCU series on the streaming platform and stars Tatiana Maslany, Mark Ruffalo, Tim Roth, Benedict Wong, and more following Jennifer Walters as she attempts to helm a new law firm as the green superhero.
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Marvel fans divided over She-Hulk’s feet
Half of the Marvel fandom are in agreeance that She-Hulk’s rather normal-sized feet are too small in comparison to her much bigger physique, but others are happy that she just has green feet in the first place.
This fan stated that Jennifer Walter’s green feet as She-Hulk had “awakened an attraction” lying dormant somewhere:
Another fan had to point out the scene where you see her feet bursting out of her shoes, but not her arms bursting through the shirt sleeves:
Lastly, the fan responded to a comment stating She-Hulk was too dainty in the MCU by expressing how they would like to see more buff:
She-Hulk’s CGI isn’t the best
Aside from the confusing tone of the first trailer released by Disney and Marvel Studios, other comments targeted the poor-looking CGI.
This user advocated practical effects over CGI, stating that it was not rocket science to conduct trick photography to make her look bigger:
Another fan compared She-Hulk’s CGI to The Scorpion King, which is renowned for featuring terrible computer work:
Lastly, this fan admitted that it was hard to give Marvel slack for the poor CGI when they have a high budget for every episode:
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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode count
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will consist of nine episodes in its debut season and is thought to release in a weekly format like its predecessors.
Comicbook.com reported that She-Hulk originally had ten episodes to its name, however, Marvel changed the episode count to nine last minute.
She-Hulk will become the third Marvel and Disney Plus series to release this year, after Moon Knight and Ms. Marvel – due to premiere on June 8, 2022.
2022 will also see a currently untitled Halloween special – thought to be an adaptation of Werewolf by Night – and The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special in December.
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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premieres on August 17, 2022, on Disney Plus.
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