Who Are In Abomination's Wellness Retreat in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

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Who Are In Abomination's Wellness Retreat in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?
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Warning: This article contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. Read at your own risk!

After a wedding, Jen goes into some empowerment makeover with Emil Blonsky at the "Abomaste," Abomination's Wellness Retreat in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 7. There, new characters are introduced. Who are they?

Who Are In Abomination's Wellness Retreat in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

Who Are In Abomination's Wellness Retreat in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?
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A self-love support group has been put up by Emil Blonsky in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 7, The Retreat, and Jen got to sort out some issues between being "just her," and being She-Hulk. A group of guys with abilities, supporting each other, all thanks to Blonsky's retreat, at Summer Twilight.

Jen learned a lot, to say the least, as she gets into a conversation with Emil Blonsky, Man-Bull, El Águila, Saracen, Porcupine, and surprisingly, the leader of the Wrecking Crew.

Emil Blonsky and the leader of the Wrecking Crew are already familiar. It's just weird, though, that the leader of the Wrecking Crew, Crowbar, was there and he claims he is a changed man but Jen never asked him who ordered the hit on her.

Who is Man-Bull in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

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Played by Nathan Hurd, Man-Bull came in charging into El Águila as his MCU debut. He looks like a minotaur and he is actually one from the comics with the name William Taurens, a.k.a. Man-Bull. He is a henchman who kidnaps for a scientist who experiments on human-animal crosses.

In the comics, the scientist Man-Bull works for is interested on how to cross animals and humans. Man-Bull got his transformation when Daredevil tried to stop him, thus, making him Man-Bull, half-man and half-bull.

Who is El Aguila in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

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Who is El Aguila in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

Just like Mr. Immortal, another mutant coming into the MCU is El Águila, played by Joseph Castillo-Midyett. He was seen with issues as he fought Man-Bull, looking like a matador. Going by the name Alejandro Montoya, he quite looks like Zorro given his Spanish origins.

In the comics, El Águila has a swashbuckler persona then turned himself into a vigilante in New York City in the titles of the 1978 Power Man and Iron Fist. He could make some electric blasts but it is limited to when he has a conductive object to help him channel it. Unfortunately, M-Day took away his powers.

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Who is Saracen in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

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Who is Saracen in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

Saracen introduces himself as a vampire, a clear nod to the arrival of one of the highly anticipated vampire in the MCU, Blade. Terrence Clowe plays the character who first appeared on The Punisher Vol. 2, #22 which makes him the oldest vampire to ever appear in comic books.

Saracen's origins traces back to 18,500 B.C. when he was created by the Darkholders. Vampires were bat-like afterlings sucking blood, made in Atlantis by the sorcerers who got the Chthon Scrolls, the first version of the Darkhold.

Who is Porcupine in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

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Who is Porcupine in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?

Looking really sweet and lovely is Jordan Aaron Ford as he portrays Alexander Gentry a.k.a. Porcupine. This villain seems to be really shy to take off his mask in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law and finally gave into taking it off in Episode 7.

In the comics, there are two iterations of Porcupine, Alexander Gentry and Roger Gocking. Porcupine made his comic book debut in 1963's Tales to Astonish #48 by Stan Lee, Ernest Hart, and Don Heck. Alexander Gentry was the first to don the title of Porcupine.

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Gentry was a scientist who worked for the United States Army and made a porcupine-looking battle suit which has quill-like projections for defense which shoots quills, gases, flames, chemicals, paralysis-inducing pellets or weapons from quill-like tubes.

See how they helped Jen in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 7, now streaming on Disney Plus.

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