Bruce Banner's Revert To Human Form And Why He's Returning To Being Smart Hulk Has Finally Been Explained By Attorney At Law

Bruce Banner's Revert To Human Form And Why He's Returning To Being Smart Hulk Has Finally Been Expl ...

After the Avengers: Infinity War brawl with Thanos, Mark Ruffalos Bruce found a way to combine his intelligence and personality with Hulk's physique, and Smart Hulk was born! However, when Bruce appeared in the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings mid-credits scene almost a year ago, he appeared like a normal human again.

The first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney-at-Laws, which was filmed in the book, A Normal Amount of Rage, focused on mentioning Bruce Banner's theory that Steve Rogers died a virgin, followed by the pair getting caught in a car accident when a Sakaaran space ship suddenly appeared in front of them (yes, this tie into the overall She-Hulk narrative), but we Marvel Cinematic Universe fans appreciate the explanation!

As a result of the appearance of Bruce Banner as a human while appearing over hologram in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, I doubt that this was a deliberate deliberate error in Marvel Studios' decision to rectify the damage.

Jennifer Walters developed a severe arm injury, and Bruce tried to persuade his cousin to keep him away from her, which triggered her to reclaim her identity as She-Hulk. She later returned to his Mexican home where she had reunited with him in his first She-Hulk moment, explaining how she now synthesizes gamma radiation in a special way.

Despite Bruce's early years as Hulk, our time hanging out with him is over once more. Perhaps Hulk will be badly injured again down the line, requiring him to return to being a human for another spell to speed up the healing process. However, Jennifer Walters believes the device will not work for her, because she is able to keep her personality intact.

Jennifer Walters isn't lacking in opportunities to cross over with familiar Marvel characters, as well as soon be seeing her interact with Tim Roths Emil Blonsky/Abomination, Benedict Wongs Wong and Charlie Coxs Matt Murdock/Daredevil (who's now wearing a different costume), so my fingers are crossed that She-Hulk: Attorney-at-Law will be completed.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law gets new episodes on Thursdays for Disney+ subscribers, and, according to Mark Ruffalo, fans might even see Jennifer Walters after the series is over in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty or even Avengers: Secret Wars. Below are links to other current Marvel movies and TV shows that will be released on the Mouse House's streaming service on November 11.