Best Marvel Animated Show Episodes Featuring She-Hulk To Watch Before The Lawyer


The Sensational She-Hulk makes its live-action debut with Disney+ She-Hulk: Lawyer on August 17, 2022, but she’s had quite the history with animation. Since first appearing in 1980, She-Hulk has garnered one of the biggest cult followings in the Marvel Universe with multiple She-Hulk comic book series and animated show appearances.

To stand out in The Incredible Hulk 1996 animated series to co-star in Hulk and the Agents of SMASH.,She-Hulk likes to steal the show. To give viewers an idea of ​​what to expect from She-Hulk in the MCU, there are several episodes of Marvel animated shows to check out.

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Gate of Destruction – Hulk and the Agents of SMASH (2013) – S01, E01

He is the pilot of Hulk and the Agents of SMASH and it establishes everything anyone needs to know about the show. It’s a bit more of a camper style, but it brings together several gamma-powered superheroes to create a new team and one of them just happens to be She-Hulk.

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She-Hulk AKA Jen Walters is voiced by Eliza Dushku and she brings a lot of energy to the role. It’s clear that she’s having fun with this character and making it her own. In this series, She-Hulk is more of a celebrity than a stunt performer when she’s not doing superhero work. As part of SMASH, she is one of the smartest Hulks and one of the best fighters; she relies on tactics rather than blindly breaking things down.

The Skaar Whisperer – Hulk and the Agents of SMASH (2013) – S01, E11

With Titania confirmed to be in She-Hulk: Lawyer, fans can find out about his rivalry with She-Hulk in this episode. SMASH’s agents are ambushed by the Wrecking Crew and Titania joins them in this episode.

Like the rest of the Wrecking Crew, Titania has a divine strength that makes her a real threat to She-Hulk. Jen and Titania have fun joking around with heroes/villains with Clare Grant providing as much humor to Titania as she usually does with her characters on Robot Chicken.

Mission: Incredible – The Incredible Hulk (1996) – S02, E08

It was the last episode before the cancellation of The Incredible Hulk. It featured She-Hulk, Betty Ross, and Gray Hulk working together to stop a dark entity known as The Hybrid. Cree Summers portrays She-Hulk in this second season and she feels straight out of the John Byrne run.


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From the witty commentary to the fun attitude, She-Hulk is almost always the highlight of every episode she’s featured in. His chemistry with Banner, Betty, and Gray Hulk is fun to watch, and each character is written in a way that shows the writers’ care for those characters.

Fashion Warriors – The Incredible Hulk (1996) – S02, E05

With a fashion show going on, She-Hulk isn’t shy about participating but unfortunately Gargoyle, voiced by Mark Hamill, and other villains such as The Leader spoil the fun.

It’s one of many examples of episodes that are just plain fun, as She-Hulk recruits a team of models, including Betty, to battle the bad guys. These are the types of adventures readers would find in She-Hulk comics where simple distractions for She-Hulk eventually turn into superhero battles.


Condemned – The Incredible Hulk (1996) – S01, E07

Despite being one of the Fantastic Four’s most iconic villains, Doctor Doom was also a villain in The Incredible Hulk animated series. In “Doomed”, he injures Jen Walters, causing Bruce Banner to give an emergency blood transfusion, giving viewers the origin of She-Hulk.

In Season 1, She-Hulk is voiced by Lisa Zane and she gives an equally memorable performance as Cree Summer. This entire episode ends up becoming his episode since his new powers allow him to save the day while spitting out body doubles. It’s easy to see why She-Hulk would become a series regular after this episode.


Tournament of Champions – Ultimate Spider-Man (2012) – S03, E23 – E26

In this four-part episode of Ultimate Spider-Man, Eliza Dushku resumes her version of She-Hulk. It’s actually a complete cross between Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk and the Agents of SMASHand Meeting vigilantes.

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Heroes from all three shows must work together to battle The Grandmaster and his collection of champions. It’s a really fun crossover, and She-Hulk has plenty of opportunities to upstage as she interacts with Spider-Man and the Avengers.

Fantastic Fortitude – The Incredible Hulk (1996) – S01, E08

In the comics, She-Hulk has a longtime friendship with the Fantastic Four, specifically with Ben Grimm AKA The Thing. This episode of The Incredible Hulk adapts this friendship with the Hulk and She-Hulk seeking help from Marvel’s First Family.

They meet Ben Grimm and Jen almost immediately falls in love with the adorable rock monster. Their partnership drives the entire episode and feels straight out of the classic She-Hulk comic books. He also delves more into Jen who loves her She-Hulk state and dislikes the idea of ​​a cure like Bruce Banner.

Down Memory Lane – The Incredible Hulk (1996) – S02, E02

It was the She-Hulk episode from start to finish. It’s about Jen who decides to show up to her high school reunion as She-Hulk to turn heads and get revenge on her former bullies. It’s a beautiful character episode that shows Jen grappling with the duality within her.

Add Abomination and Gargoyle as threats and it’s the stuff of a true She-Hulk adventure. It almost seemed like the show was grooming Jen for her own spinoff series, which sadly never happened. It sounds like the kind of scenario that could happen on the MCU show.

The Cure – Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes (2006) – S01, E12

In general, Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes was one of the most criminally underrated Marvel animated shows. It deserved more than one season, but at least this season offers a lot of great content, like when Ben Grimm returns to his human form.

Thus, the Fantastic Four organize auditions for a new fourth member and the winner is none other than Jen Walters, the She-Hulk. Jen shines throughout the episode, from conception to Rebecca Shoichet’s performance to reimagining the classic storyline. It’s almost as if the Dan Slott version of She-Hulk remakes John Byrne’s story, creating the best of both worlds.


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