REPORT: Marvel Studios’ ‘She-Hulk’ Adds an Alien Shapeshifter

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WandaVision has come to an end, so all eyes are on Falcon and the Winter Soldier‘s upcoming release. Still, Marvel Studios has been busy developing their various Disney+ series. It looks like the upcoming adaptation of She-Hulk is already well-underway getting its cast together. Illuminerdi has revealed that the series will add a female alien shapeshifter for two episodes. She is described as someone who loves to use her abilities to get “power, money, and attention”. It also states she has an affinity for Earth’s pop culture, which confirms she is from space. The character is being cast under the hilarious code name, A’Dood. Now, the most likely candidate would be the Skrull, Jazinda Kl’rt-Spawn, as Illuminerdi is also theorizing.

For those wondering who this character might be, she is the daughter of the Super-Skrull Kl’rt. After being exiled from the Skrull Empire, she started a new life on Earth. There, she saved She-Hulk’s life and ended up working alongside her for Freeman Bonding Incorporated, which is a bail bond specialized in superhuman law. It is a subsidiary of the Law Firm of Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, where Jennifer Walter would eventually work. 

Now, there’s also the chance the shapeshifter ends up being a different character who has ties to the previously-mentioned law firm. There was also Ditto, who ended up being the cause why Titania attacked Timely Plaza. Yet, why introduce a brand new alien race of shapeshifters after they spend a lot of time focusing on the Skrulls? It would also allow the show to tie into the upcoming Secret Invasion Disney+ series, which will adapt the iconic storyline from 2008. In the comics, Jazinda was informed about the invasion but chose not to tell anyone at the time. It will be interesting to see how this character ties into the overarching story.

Source: Illuminerdi

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