She-Hulk: Attorney at Law premiered on Disney+ to mixed reviews, and now fans are surprisingly yearning for a second season. The show closed out its first season, challenging several Marvel tropes. It turns out there was another comic book hero who was nearly included in the series.
The superhero series is a tale of Jennifer Walters as she struggles to adjust to her life as a female superpowered Hulk. Tasked with defending superhumans in a court of law, Walters ends up crossing paths with various MCU characters.
Some of the characters who have appeared in the legal-comedy include Emil Blonsky/Abomination, Titania, Sorcerer Supreme Wong, and Matt Murdock/Daredevil, as well as the vampire Saracen, El guila, Porcupine, Wrecker, and Man-Bull.
The majority of these characters were taken from obscure pages of marvel comics that only die-hard fans are aware of. However, there was another hero who failed to make the cut.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law writer, Zeb Wells, revealed in an interview with ComicBook that Stilt-Man was almost introduced in the show. He was firs introduced in the Daredevil #8 in 1965 as a supervillain.
Yes, for sure. We went through a lot of them. I think Stilt-Man was probably thrown in there at one point. Saracen, he started off as someone else we couldn’t get for some reason. I think there is a character at Marvel called ‘The Matador’ and we couldn’t use him [laughs]
The series has not yet been confirmed for season 2. That being said, hints about its return were thrown multiple times in the season 1 finale episode. The show proved it has potential and given that it seems highly likely that it will be renewed.
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