She-Hulk: Attorney At Law

Making MCU History Is She-Post-Credits Hulk’s Scene Count

In a few days, Marvel Studios’ newest live-action TV series premieres on Disney+, and many people are curious how a new Hulk will fit into the MCU. Marvel’s entry into the half-hour comedy genre, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, will chronicle the exploits of Tatiana Maslany’s Jennifer Walters, a lawyer who unintentionally transforms into the MCU’s second Hulk.

Things are already looking good for Marvel’s new superhero thanks to an intriguing Tinder marketing campaign and numerous favorable social media reviews. With Bruce Banner played by Mark Ruffalo confirmed to participate as well as Charlie Cox’s Daredevil’s much anticipated comeback, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is already boasting some substantial linkages to the larger MCU, which is sure to add to the excitement.

Whether She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will adhere to Marvel’s practice of having mid- or post-credits scenes in its episodes is another concern that many fans will undoubtedly have. It looks that tradition will continue in full force now that the first responses to the series have surfaced online.

Record-Breaking Post-Credits Scenes for She-Hulk

Some intriguing details about She-Hulk: Attorney at Law are emerging now that the social media embargo has been broken.

She-Hulk appears in “cameos” and “mid-credits moments” in every episode, according to Erik Davis of Fandango, who shared this information on Twitter:

SheHulk also has a funny motif in that it makes a conscious effort to be appealing to MCU fans. Cameos! Each episode has a scene during the credits! In order to ultimately win you over, it adds this extra muscle. similar to how the lead character also behaves.

How She-Tags Hulk’s Break an MCU Record The news that She-Hulk: Attorney at Law would have a post-credits sequence continues a tradition that Marvel Studios started with 2008’s Iron Man, so it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. However, the Disney+ series will become history because each of the four episodes that have been made available to the press so far has a mid-credits sequence.

Marvel’s TV shows on Disney+ had previously all featured mid- or post-credits sequences, though not in every episode.

WandaVision now holds the record for having two distinct after-credits scenes in each of its final three episodes.

While What If…?, Moon Knight, and Hawkeye each feature just one post-credits scene in their seasons, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and Ms. Marvel all have two episodes featuring at least one tag scene.

If the post-credits scene at the end of the first four episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has established a precedent, it appears likely that this will continue for the duration of the full season. If true, it will utterly shatter the MCU series record for having the most end-credits scenes.