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She-Hulk Season Finale Trailer Teases Epic Rematch Between the Hulk and The Abomination

Hulk Vs Abomination : She Hulk

The Abomination’s role She-Hulk has got fans speculating about a big showdown between him and his nemesis, The Hulk in the She-Hulk season finale. Tim Roth first debuted in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk as Emil Blonsky, a special-ops soldier. The latter is administered as a variant of the Super Soldier Serum to aid in the defeat of the Hulk. On the other hand, the variant serum has a consequence that transforms Blonsky into The Abomination, a Hulk-like beast who wreaks havoc on the city before being subdued.

What Can We Expect from the Trailer?

A new promo for the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law finale has been released, and while it’s primarily made up of old footage, there are some interesting new images to be found.

The Hulk returns to Earth to confront The Abomination, offering a rematch we’ve been yearning for since 2008’s The Incredible Hulk. Whether this may be interpreted as proof Emil Blonsky has been surreptitiously controlling events since the beginning remains to be seen, especially because The Leader could be the one pulling the strings.

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She-Hulk brings back The Abomination
She-Hulk brings back The Abomination

The Titania actress previously shared a behind-the-scenes photo of herself on set with Mark Ruffalo (in his mo-cap costume), so we’d bet on him playing a role here as well.

If rumors regarding a World War Hulk project are true, Marvel Studios must stick the landing with the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law conclusion. The Leader will target Sam Wilson in Captain America: New World Order, but his appearance in the final episode of Jen’s solo series cannot be ruled out.

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Abomination’s Last Appearance

Blonsky returned 13 years later in Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, playing a slightly different role than The Incredible Hulk. The Abomination appeared as a competitor in an underground fight club, where it was revealed that he was actively working with Doctor Strange‘s Wong and that their bout was “fixed.” It was unclear why The Abomination accepted that situation, but it was clear that he was more in control of his former “savage” nature, and was coherent enough to collaborate with and carry out a ruse with Wong.

Abomination In The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Abomination In The Incredible Hulk (2008)

At the end of The Incredible Hulk, Roth’s The Abomination confronted Hulk in horrific combat that was the film’s centerpiece. It was also when Edward Norton played Bruce Banner, therefore The Abomination’s first encounter with the Mark Ruffalo version of the character will be with She-Hulk.

This would be an ideal time for a rematch between the characters, especially because Roth’s transformation is now more resembling his comic-accurate Abomination appearance, which was a complaint raised during his initial big-screen debut. However, the question that needs to be answered now is why he is suddenly fighting the Hulk.

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What can we expect about The Abomination in She-Hulk Finale?

Abomination vs Hulk Rematch
Abomination vs Hulk Rematch

There are numerous ways for Roth’s The Abomination to resurface as a villain, setting up an epic-scale showdown with The Hulk, but that doesn’t necessarily imply he’ll stay that way. The most likely scenario would be a “misunderstanding”-style battle that brings the characters together at the end of the conflict when the problem is resolved, but The Abomination may also be a villain throughout, possibly partnering with other She-Hulk’s enemy Titania, played by Jameela Jamil. Fans would love to see a rematch between The Abomination and The Hulk in She-Hulk, but it must make sense given his recent change in Shang-Chi.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is streaming on Disney+.

Source: The Direct