In terms of success, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law had already hit a home run for Marvel Studios. Notwithstanding the series’s increasing appeal, it has been the source of much criticism ever since the worldwide premier of its pilot episode. Surprisingly, a significant segment of the population finds the Tatiana Maslany- fronted series offensive.
The majority of the backlash against the MCU superheroine has stemmed from male audiences who feel the franchise is “too woke” and “anti-male.” Comment bombing has been unrelenting since the premiere episode, and many people think the same people who hated Captain Marvel as well as Ms. Marvel are the ones that hate this program.
Marvel Studios has eventually responded to the series’s detractors and the franchise’s poisonous fanbase. In the third episode of She-Hulk, the amusing segment involves men attacking Jen Walters on the internet because they are upset over the rapid rise in the popularity of female superheroes. They believed that the Hulk has been stripped of his manhood, paving way for the She-Hulk.
— She-Hulk Updates (@shehuIkupdates) September 1, 2022
To be honest, I don’t see why some viewers find the figure and the program so odious. It’s not as if Marvel Studios is trying to ram She-Hulk down anyone’s necks; ultimately, it’s up to audiences to choose if they want to tune in. This isn’t complicated at all. That being noted, I’m relieved that the series is dealing with the issue in the wittiest and most amusing manner possible.
But She-Hulk is a far more forceful assault on misandry, and that has enraged certain fans once again. Jen confronted Bruce with his dominating behavior and reminded him that women suffer sexism in all walks of life, from the sidewalks to the workplace. As a result, she was capable of channeling her anger and demonstrating her superiority as the Hulk in a way that was both empowering and inspiring. This was the frosting on the cake, indicating that despite being stereotyped as “sensitive,” women are generally far better at keeping their feelings in check than males.
Due to this, many rabid fanboys have claimed once again that Marvel is watering down Bruce and weakening his Hulk in order to promote She-Hulk as a superior character. However, this comparison is inaccurate since Bruce is still powerful; he is currently not interested in shattering and battle, but this might shift if Skaar as well as other dangers appear. To drive home my argument, it’s tragic that certain people, particularly some men, find She-Hulk’s badassery offensive. Then again, she is the protagonist.
Eventually, these people will remove their blindfolds and see that Jen’s power does not come at Hulk’s price. He had retained his intelligence and has become much more human in his awareness of his own humanity and vulnerability.
Bruce embraced Jen’s new green complexion because it made her feel more confident and empowered; nevertheless, a vocal section of Jen’s fanbase is validating Jen’s concerns about toxic guys who are fearful of change, splitting the limelight, and witnessing women do those things so much better than them.