Starting from 2008’s Iron Man, Kevin Feige has made Marvel Cinematic Universe one of the largest franchises, not just in Hollywood but in the world. While phase 4 was unable to impress fans, one show that was particularly criticized was Disney+ She-Hulk. MCU has garnered a huge fan following over the years. While fans love and appreciate the studio when it gives its best, they also do not hesitate to share a harsh opinion when they are not impressed.
And fans are not happy to see Jennifer Walters among the new Avengers. With the studio moving ahead with its upcoming phases, there have been multiple assumptions about who could be the new members of the Avengers.
Does She-Hulk Deserve to Join the Avengers?
Disney+ She-Hulk: Attorney at Law introduced Tatiana Maslany as She-Hulk in the MCU. While the show had a number of cameos, including Daredevil, it still failed to impress fans and left them highly disappointed with the show.
However, after the release of the show, rumors started that Jennifer Walters will be joining the Avengers in the upcoming phases. Recently a Twitter user shared the possible line-up for the New Avengers in the MCU.
The tweet included six MCU figures, Captain Marvel, Captain America (Sam Wilson), Ant-Man, Shang-Chi, Shuri’s Black Panther, and She-Hulk. However, fans are not satisfied with the new superhero team-up.
Many believe that the New Avengers would not be a huge success as the original Avengers. People have been saying that the MCU should have ended with Endgame. Twitter user Oliver Jia claimed that the MCU would struggle with the new team as none of the cast members is a huge box office draws.
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Fans Do Not Want She-Hulk in the Avengers
While some MCU fans are eager to see She-Hulk joining the Earth’s mightiest heroes, not everyone is in favor of the decision. Marvel Studios has still not revealed if they would let She-Hulk join the Avengers or not, but fans have made it clear that they do not want Jennifer Walters in the New Avengers team.
Yah… not impressed with the new supposed Avengers team. There's nothing there to really get excited about this time around. Just having Captain Marvel there means the rest of them are kind of pointless. Also not looking forward to seeing She-hulk and Carol mugging the screen
— Dat Bumble | Honest Gamer (@HumbleB74017212) December 18, 2022
I feel like She-Hulk sort of lives in her own universe. Breaking the fourth wall during a showdown with Kang isn't going to land right for an Avengers movie, and NOT breaking the fourth wall isn't going to land right for Shulky as a character
— Bart_Vickers (@Bart_Vickers) December 18, 2022
What has She-Hulk done to be an Avenger? She's not even a hero to begin with!
— Captain Genøcide 🕴️ (@IamFelixNM) December 18, 2022
— (INSERT BLACK CHARACTER) Deserves Better (@GL2814_3) December 17, 2022
She-Hulk? 🤣 I guess she’ll be fun at the Avenger parties.
— OmegaBets (@OmegaBets) December 18, 2022
However, She-Hulk is not the only one who faced criticism to be an Avenger without doing anything. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever introduced Shuri as the new Black Panther and the rumor also includes her in the new Avengers team.
Fans gave been critical of the possibility of Shuri’s Black Panther joining the Avengers in the future. Some fans are simply not happy with the whole line-up. While this is not the final team of Avengers, fans are not willing to see some of the members into the Avengers team.
She-Hulk has been a part of Marvel since the early 1980s and has joined the Avengers in comics. The studio could consider her as an option to include in Avengers: Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars.
The continuous release of new shows and movies has made it harder for fans to keep up with everything happening in the cinematic universe. Fans expect to see better content from the studio in the upcoming phase. Phase 5 will start with the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which is set to release on 17 February 2023.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is available to stream on Disney+.