Jessica Gao, who wrote Ricky and Morty, wrote Marvel’s first TV comedy series, She-Hulk. Fans are defending her by saying she was the one who wrote the Pickle Rick episode. Fans religiously defend her and hoping that the bad CGI won’t affect the jokes.
Jessica Gao’s writing experience:
The first comic series and Gao’s initial appearances as an eventual member of the Fantastic Four in the 1980s made her the hero. A relaunch by writer-artist John Byrne in 1989 saw the character dig into meta-comedy. Even in 2000, her series had kept the comedy vibes.
Her work in Rick and Morty and animation credits for Nicklodeon’s The Mighty B! is amazing. She won an Emmy for penning episode Pickle Rick from Rick and Morty. She has also written the famous episodes of HBO’s Silicon Valley, as well as written and produced a comedy pilot for ABC titled Lazy Rich Asians, back in 2019.
The increase in the CGI:
Marvel has already increased the CGI for the She-Hulk trailer. The trailer released on Disney+ is all touched up.
According to fans, the trailer was to the point and very accurate. The CGI Hulk looked pretty good, and the She-Hulk looked more like a human.
The CGI does not make up or break up the trailer. The youtube video and the trailer on Disney+ differ a lot because it certainly was a different render. The images differ a lot too.
The youtube version looks a little plastic like but the Disney version is far more realistic. The details are more and the images just look better.
What do the fans say?
Well, there is no better place to express thought other than Twitter, so here are some fan tweets:
I retract my statement after watching the trailer. I will be seated, watching, and enjoying. pic.twitter.com/gj2QZVsVlV
— amir (@sakunigg) July 24, 2022
I mean…i guess this works since she-hulk is a comedic character herself..
— FriesFan 862 (@Friesfan8) July 24, 2022
Yeah it's she-hulk were you expecting it to be like Punisher or Jessica Jones?
— Abby know little 🏳️⚧️ (@AbbyKnowsLittle) July 24, 2022
Interesting route. I think this might work. Jessica Gao is a comedy writer. She penned the infamous pickle rick episode of Rick and Morty. Worked on Silicon Valley as well.
Might be enough to make up for whatever generic directing/cinematography the algorithm comes up with.
— JustSomeGuy (@JustSomeGuy30) July 24, 2022
People are still gonna complain even though it’s an entirely new thing marvel is doing which is awesome trailer even surprised me
— 🐲 (@ilovelegobatman) July 24, 2022
Did people think this wasn't going to be a comedy? Aren't the She-Hulk comics funny too?
— Zenith (@ZenoTheGeno) July 24, 2022
She-Hulk will be released on 17 August 2022.