When Disney+ launched She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, it was fool’s gold against the barrage of cynics, criticisms, and disappointed fandom that was left behind in the wake of the entire Phase Four disaster. What started off as a mildly tolerable introduction into the quirky and upbeat life of MCU’s first She-Hulk turned disastrous after the near-constant bashing and trolling due to its controversial approach toward certain established themes of Marvel. The latest episode is no stranger to the hate as it snags the mass’ attention for spoiling major details from The Sopranos.
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For She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, It’s No Rest For the Wicked
As the week trudges on, the world awaits the sensations that have been keeping us somewhat occupied for the past couple of weeks, for better or worse. With the launch of Phase Four’s last Disney+ series, the crowd that had turned sour since the WandaVision days had now regained interest in the new series which is either too ahead of its time or just plain controversial for disrupting the tried-and-tested waters of Marvel’s thematic narration.
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However, the series is not hogging the spotlight for all good reasons. Since She-Hulk’s very first trailer appearance, the show has been the subject of harsh trolling which has only increased in the time after its release. Although the Megan Thee Stallion blunder may have been the most divisive of all the debates up until now, She-Hulk is only on the fourth episode in its 18-episode innings.
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She-Hulk Ruins the Day For Fans of The Sopranos
In a turn for the worse, She-Hulk has now incurred the wrath of the subset of its fandom that happens to clash with that of The Sopranos. The fourth episode of the Disney+ comedy managed to ruin two major deaths from The Sopranos Season 5 and 6. With the audience perplexed as to the intention of one show ruining another one simply for comedy, another section of the fandom has been claiming that The Sopranos has been over since 2007 and as such, the generally agreed-upon limitation period has long passed.
Not only is She Hulk the weakest MCU project till date, it even gave me 2 major Sopranos spoilers🤡 I didn't sign up for this shit
— RB (@cheappastamaker) September 8, 2022
She Hulk just spoiled the Sopranos for me! NOOO
— 𝐁𝐞𝐧 (@ThisDrinkIlike1) September 8, 2022
#SheHulk actually spoiled a death in the Sopranos 😭 I just finished season 3
— 𝖌𝖊𝖗𝖒𝖆𝖓 (@lol_german_) September 8, 2022
If you haven't watched season 5 of The Sopranos and you are planning on watching #SheHulk episode 4, I recommend skipping every scene of where she appears pic.twitter.com/vkhH9Bdipi
— mastersnackboy (@rodolfocortez04) September 8, 2022
if the she hulk show spoils one more thing in sopranos for me i swear
— jxcekage (@jxcekage) September 8, 2022
SHE HULK JUST SPOILED ME ON SOPRANOS
My hate for this show just keeps growing
— Based (@BasedNika56) September 8, 2022
With the public now more on edge than ever, it’s a game of musical chair as the series keeps attracting just as many fans as it manages to push away due to its hyped-up controversies. With 18 more weeks to go, one can only accept the Disney+ endeavor for the comedic journey that it is and trudge on until the Black Panther sequel can provide us with a much-needed respite.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is now streaming on Disney+ with new episodes debuting every Thursday.