Aside from the Marvel Cinematic Universe debut of Jennifer Walters in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 1, her villain finally appeared on screen, too, with Jameela Jamil barging in, literally, into the show. Who is she and what will Titania bring into the series?
Warning: This article contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. Read at your own risk!
Who is Titania in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law?
In She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 1, A Normal Amount of Rage, as Jennifer Walters resumes for her "fun lawyer show," Jen gets to court, about to deliver her closing statement when a woman punched through a wall and Nikki rushes to Jen telling her to do her thing.
Jen takes off her shoes and when the woman asked who she is, Jen responds with class, "Jennifer Walters, attorney at law." Jen knocks down the woman immediately and she fixes her sleeve, as if nothing happened, she says she's ready for her closing argument.
Now, this woman is Jameela Jamil's character, Titania, the villain of the series. As to why she barged in, it has not been disclosed yet and it is something that many should look out for in future episodes of the show and she brings a lot to the table for the MCU.
In the comics, Titania first appeared in Secret Wars in 1984. She-Hulk and Titania have been rivals in the comics a lot of times. Titania trained under the Champion of the Universe, Tryco Slatterus, where she got skills in hand-to-hand combat.
This sets up why Titania is in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law since her character in the comics has been one of the villains who clashed with several heroes including Thor and Spider-Man, which, both are still in the MCU. Jamil even teased whether she would fit into Thunderbolts.
See more of Titania in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law! Episode 1 is now streaming on Disney Plus.