When the first trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law was released, Marvel teased that Doctor Doom might be making an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, a lawyer for superhumans, will premiere on August 17, 2022. Jennifer is Bruce’s cousin, so it’s only natural that she will one day have the power to transform into an enormous, green superhero like him. According to the She-Hulk canon, Jennifer’s transformation was caused by She-own Hulk’s family. Bruce gave Jennifer a blood transfusion after she was shot by a mobster, saving her life but also causing her blood to become mutated.
In the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law trailer, a glimpse of Titania, She-Hulk’s arch-enemy was shown. During her high school years, Mary MacPherran received her powers and became Titania in Marvel Comics. Titania’s character in the MCU, on the other hand, is said to come from a different background as a social media influencer with a sinister side.
When it comes to Titania’s character, these changes raise questions about how the MCU’s supervillain will acquire her powers. Titania’s ability to smash through walls and fight She-Hulk suggests that she still possesses the same titan-like super strength that she had in the comics. Since he was the one who gave Titania her superpowers in the comics, this is the ideal time to introduce Doctor Doom to the MCU. Doctor Doom is most likely the source of Titania’s powers in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, based on their shared love of comic books and the lack of other ways to acquire superpowers in the MCU.
Titania’s origin story appears to have been altered in the MCU, but Dr. Doom still has the ability to give Mary her powers. Dr. Doom enlisted Mary to fight for him in the Secret Wars by using alien technology to give her an advantage. While Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and other MCU projects have hinted that Phase 4 is building to Secret Wars, a Marvel comic storyline in which multiple alternate universes merge into one planet, the MCU has not yet reached this point. It was only after the Secret Wars had begun that Titania was enlisted by Doctor Doom. Even if that were to happen, Doctor Doom could be given powers by Titania in order to prepare for Secret Wars, which would serve as an additional build-up to the massive multiverse event.
According to Marvel, there aren’t many ways for new heroes and villains to gain their powers in the MCU at this time. In addition to the Infinity Stones and the Heart-Shaped Herb being destroyed, the super-soldier serum was also destroyed. Titania doesn’t turn green when she uses her powers, which means she has no connection to the Hulk.
It is also unlikely that Titania will be retconned into a mutant or have any connection to the many different types of magic in the MCU. Titania appears to have few options left other than relying on alien technology from Doctor Doom. As a result, the appearance of Titania in the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law trailer implies that Doctor Doom will be making his MCU debut soon.