She-Hulk Episode 1: Beloved Avenger Finds Cure for Their Endgame Injury

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Credit: Marvel Studios

WARNING: if you haven't seen the first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, this article contains spoilers so read at your own risk!

We've often talked about Tony Stark's heroic sacrifice in Avengers: Endgame but fans tend to forget that Bruce Banner aka the Hulk was the unsung hero of the film. In the 2019 blockbuster, it was Banner who first used the Nano Gauntlet in an attempt to bring back the lives that were taken during Thanos' original snap in Avengers: Infinity War.

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True enough, the Green Goliath was the only one who can withstand the effects of the snap, thanks to his resistance to gamma radiation. Still, the impact of the snap left him with a serious arm injury that most of us thought would never be healed again.

Well, it turns out that all Banner needed to repair his torn arm was Jen Walters' DNA. In Episode 1 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, it was revealed that Jen's unique blood was responsible for curing the injury her cousin sustained in Endgame. The only catch is, he was back to being his Hulk self soon after.

Also Read: How Marvel Studios Created She-Hulk's Realistic Live-Action Look

She-Hulk is off to a promising start and it's truly unlike any MCU spinoff series that has come before it. While Episode 1 may have been a bit of a slow burn to some viewers, it's actually pretty engaging and doesn't skimp on the action and that trademark Marvel humor.

The first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is now streaming on Disney+.

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