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She-Hulk Cameos: 8 Marvel Characters Reportedly Set to Appear in Attorney At Law

She-Hulk Cameos: 8 Marvel Characters Reportedly Set to Appear in Attorney At Law

Today, we’re breaking down five characters that are reportedly set to appear as She-Hulk cameos. Jennifer Walters is finally making her MCU debut in the next Marvel series on Disney+, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. The series will premiere on August 17th and is set to introduce a variety of new, lesser-known characters into the mainstream.

Jennifer Walters being a lawyer will help with that, having to hand superhero-related cases day to day. Comic book readers will be more familiar with these characters than the general public, but I love that Kevin Feige is letting the MCU get really weird now.

Porcupine

According to Lizzie Hill at The Cosmic Circus, Porcupine will be making his MCU debut as one of these She-Hulk cameos. It’s unclear who will be playing him, as well as which version of the character we will see. The Porcupine mantle has been two different men in the comics, Alexander Gentry and Roger Gocking.

Mr. Immortal

According to Murphy’s Multiverse, Mr. Immortal will be making his MCU debut in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. It’s unclear who will be playing him, but the character was reportedly part of the audition process. Tom Archdeacon read for the role in the audition process, so we’ll see who finally got the role when the character makes his first appearance.

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El Águila

According to rumors we’ve heard (but can’t confirm), El Águila is reportedly going to be making his MCU debut as one of these She-Hulk cameos. It’s unclear who will be playing him, but the character in the comics is considered a mutant, which is especially exciting after the big reveal in Ms. Marvel. The character’s name is Alejandro Montoya and he models himself after the literary hero, Zorro.

Man-Bull

According to Murphy’s Multiverse, Man-Bull will be making his MCU debut as one of these She-Hulk cameos. It’s unclear who will be playing him, but the character is associated with Daredevil as an adversary in the comics. The character’s name in the comics is William “Bill” Taurens and is rumored to share some screen time with Tim Roth during his return as Abomination.

Saracen


According to rumors we’ve heard (but can’t confirm), Saracen will be making his MCU debut in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. It’s unclear who will be playing him, but the character being a vampire provides a connection to Blade’s introduction to the MCU, this time played by Mahershala Ali. In the comics, Saracen lives in the Vatican, so it will be very interesting to see how he would be tied to Jennifer Walters and her work as a lawyer.

Ben Grimm/The Thing

Ben Grimm/The Thing of the Fantastic Four is rumored to be making his MCU debut in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. The character is reportedly being played by Jason Segel, which is honestly amazing casting if it’s true. In the series, Ben Grimm is reportedly a mystery client of Jennifer’s who is fighting a defamation suit. Jason Segel is also reportedly doing motion capture work to play The Thing, like Josh Brolin when he played Thanos.

Matt Murdock/Daredevil

Charlie Cox is rumored to return as Matt Murdock in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. This honestly makes so much sense, both characters are lawyers. The thing that will be really interesting is if Charlie Cox’s appearance in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will tie into his role in the upcoming Echo series.

Jessica Jones

According to DanielRPK, Krysten Ritter will make her return to the MCU as Jessica Jones in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. This is another appearance that makes so much sense with Jessica Jones being a private investigator; she would have to work with lawyers sometimes, like Jessica Walters and Matt Murdock. The big question will be the next time we’ll see Krysten Ritter back in the MCU after She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, whether in her own series or another project.

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Written by Elliott Wishnefsky

Elliott Wishnefsky is an Entertainment Writer & Critic for FandomWire. He's a graduate of Millersville University with a Bachelor’s in Early Childhood Education. Elliott is also a content creator for his own brand, Learning at the Movies! Twitter: @Learning_Movies | Facebook/Instagram: @learningatthemovies | TikTok: @learningatthemovies