It has become the long-standing tradition within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) projects to be referential or highlight comic book influences and inspirations. She-Hulk: Attorney At Law has its fair share of Easter Eggs, references, and callbacks planted in front of our eyes or hidden away from plain sight.
These are to pay homage to its comic book origins, link up MCU events, or foreshadow events. This guide will look at some of the most memorable, random, and hilarious Easter Eggs, callbacks, and references in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law.
Our Favorite Easter Eggs Found In She-Hulk: Attorney At Law
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law features dozens of Easter Eggs, references, and callbacks to Marvel Comics, Disney-owned properties, and non-Disney projects. As there are plenty we could list below, we'll pick our favorite and most important Easter Eggs from every episode.
Hulk's Gamma Lab Revealed
During the events of Avengers: Endgame, Hulk mentioned to Scott Lang/Ant-Man that he successfully merged Bruce Banner's brains and the Hulk's brawn in a Mexico lab. This was possibly linked to a device he wore in the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings' post-credit scene, and that same lab allowed Bruce to synthesize Jen's blood to heal the wounds he suffered from Endgame.
Familiar Chalkboard Drawings
Since She-Hulk takes place after Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the series teases symbols synonymous with Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel and Peter Parker/Spider-Man, are seen on a chalkboard behind Jen. It could explain why Moon Knight was removed from the Marvel Studios intro since She-Hulk happens before the Fist of Vengeance's adventures.
A Tight Fit In An Elevator
A reference to the She-Hulk (2004) #8 comic's cover art appears in the end credit sequence as She-Hulk seems to have taken up most of the space in an elevator. Additionally, while the characters portrayed in the show's end credit sequence are colleagues of Jen's, Matt Murdock appears on the cover art of the comic book, which further teases the character's arrival in the show.
Marvel Acknowledges Different Bruce Banners (Literally)
After meeting with Blonsky for the first time, he expresses to Jen that her cousin "was of The Hulk," which is initially thought to refer to the Smart Hulk form. This subtly acknowledges that Bruce is a "completely different person now, literally," as two actors portrayed the character over the last decade.
The Online Trove of Marvel References
On a webpage, with a cheeky QR code beside it, are jobs being listed for a fresh start, and in the sidebar are links to various MCU callbacks as news articles. "Why there is a giant statue of a man sticking out of the ocean" is a callback to the Eternals film, and the "Man fights with metal claws in bar brawl" headline references the Wolverine.
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There are a few other Easter Eggs, callbacks, and references we didn’t explore extensively but are worthy of mention, which we’ve listed below:
- Science Bros’ initials carved into Bruce’s bar counter
- Jen may be wearing one of Tony Stark’s Led Zeppelin t-shirts
- The appearance of a Sakaarian Class A courier craft teasing a possible Planet Hulk storyline
- Marvel went meta with the chopsticks reference
- The Avengers don’t get paid or receive benefits
- Jen’s GLK&H recruitment mirrors the comics
- America’s Ass becomes Jen’s lock screen wallpaper
- Family discussion about Hawkeye’s arrows
- Another Pixar A113 reference hidden
- Addressing Abomination's Shang-Chi Appearance
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law premiered on Disney+ on 18th August 2022, with new episodes streaming every Thursday at 12 a.m. PT | 3 a.m. ET.
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