She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the newest MCU Disney+ series from Marvel Studios, had a roller coaster of an advertising campaign. Many of the highs in the series were around the series’ hints of comic book cameos, with Charlie Cox’s Daredevil making the most impact. The lows, on the other hand, entailed significant CGI backlash.
She-Hulk offers more chances for cameos and crossovers than any other MCU Disney+ series because it is a legal, courtroom-style comedy. Fans also thought highly of Daredevil because of Charlie Cox’s comeback as “very outstanding lawyer” Matt Murdock in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Marvel Studios startled fans by officially confirming Daredevil’s inclusion in the program via a new trailer at San Diego Comic-Con in the weeks leading up to She-Disney+ Hulk’s launch. And as if a picture of him in his red & yellow suit wasn’t enough, Daredevil: Born Again, the title of the hero’s Disney+ series, was unveiled by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige.
Marvel fans are all too familiar with the topic of when Matt Murdock will ultimately appear during She-nine-episode Hulk’s run because with every response comes a new question. So, in honor of Jennifer Walters, here is a hypothetical justification for why Daredevil will appear in late episodes of Attorney and Law and which ones.
Actress Jameela Jamil, who plays Titania in the Disney+ series She-Hulk, revealed that viewers wouldn’t see her again after the show’s launch until Episode 5 of the run. Wouldn’t it be intriguing that Titania’s attorney was Matt Murdock if She-Hulk and Titania were to cross paths again in court? Additionally, it would allow She-Hulk and Daredevil to connect as lawyers rather than just heroes. Another theory is that Titania is the cause of She-decision Hulk to team up with Daredevil. So if Titania is reintroduced in Episode 5, why not the person who could be crucial in She-ability Hulk’s to beat Titania?
Last but not least, the fifth episodes of MCU Disney+ programs have a reputation for having lots of cameos. In Episode 5, for instance, Contessa Valentina Allegra Di Fontaine’s debut in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki featured several iterations of the God of Mischief inside The Void, and Yelena Belova made a triumphant comeback in Hawkeye.
Why Episode 7 Features Daredevil
WandaVision is the only other nine-episode live-action MCU Disney+ series to date. The series’ seventh episode, oddly named “Breaking the Fourth Wall,” concluded its second act and prepared its protagonists for its dramatic third act. The animated What If…? film from Marvel Studios is no different. And while the show’s seventh episode concentrated on Party Thor’s antics, it ended with the appearance of Infinity Ultron, who dominated the show’s final two episodes.
Given that film Daredevil, as She-Hulk depicts him wearing a costume and collaborating with Walters, there must be a motive or possibly an Avengers-level threat. If so, it is logical that She-Hulk would introduce him in Episode 7, often when Disney+ shows start to build up to their climax. Plus, Episode 7 might be the perfect moment, given Attorney at Law’s half-hour timeframe every episode. Any later and his cameo would seem hurried or too last-minute.
Episode 8 Features Daredevil
The fifth and last episode of the season. In addition to being when Marvel’s newest live-action hero typically comes to grips with themselves before facing their ultimate test, this is also when the studio likes to surprise viewers.
The Scarlet Witch’s title is revealed, White Vision is introduced, and Wanda revisits her history in the penultimate episode of WandaVision. In Moon Knight, Marc Spector and Steven Grant, played by Oscar Isaac, are shown to have passed on, and their mental hospital is a boat traveling through the Egyptian afterlife.
The second-to-last episode of Ms. Marvel also began with events in 1942. Even if Daredevil’s role isn’t a surprise, Marvel wouldn’t have revealed it so early if the company didn’t have a twist in store. So if Marvel Studios wants to keep teasing us with shocks, now would be the moment to do so.
Finally, and perhaps most crucially, if Episode 8 marks the moment Jennifer Walters accepts her role as a superhero, she will likely require assistance from somebody other than her cousin Bruce to get there. So why isn’t there another superhero who is a lawyer like her?