As She-Hulk: Attorney at Law approaches its sixth episode, fans are every day more excited about the following cameos. Hulk, the Abomination, and Wong already had their screentime. Likewise, Daredevil is on his way, but fans hope there are more surprises in store. Marvel Studios promised more cameos, so fans can’t help but wonder who will be a part of the Jade Giantess adventures.
In the comics, She-Hulk teams up and battles many characters. Whether they already met Jennifer Walters in the comics or not, many characters fans want to see would fit perfectly in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
10 Jack Duquesne Deserves A Comeback
Since Jack Duquesne, aka Swordsman, appeared on Hawkeye, portrayed by Tony Dalton, fans have hoped to see him again in the MCU. Given that this character was used as red herring for the plot, the audience was left wishing for more. In the end, his role in the series was disappointingly small.
As a millionaire with a love for swords and a fiance in jail, it wouldn’t be weird if he ended up in legal trouble. Jennifer’s law firm would be his best choice, especially considering his connection to certain heroes and villains.
9 Darcy Lewis Has The Right King Of Humor For This Show
Dr. Jane’s foster former assistant and current S.W.O.R.D. agent gone rogue, Darcy Lewis is one of the best original characters of the MCU. The last time fans saw her, she was helping Jane with her chemotherapy in Thor: Love & Thunder, but now they know nothing about her life.
Given the street-level nature of She-Hulk’s adventures, Darcy could easily stumble upon her. While they aren’t connected narrative-wise yet, Kat Dennings is exactly the feminist, sarcastic, hilarious actress that would bring She-Hulk: Attorney at Law to a whole new level.
8 Hercules Could Ignite A Rivalry Among Jennifer & Mallory
Now that Thor: Love & Thunder introduced Brett Goldstein as Hercules for the first time, the MCU has a golden opportunity. This god’s lack of common sense is key in Mallory Book’s and Jennifer Walter’s rivalry, as Jennifer forced him to forfeit a trial instead of letting his lawyer, Mallory, win it.
Since this broke Mallory Book’s perfect streak in court, the ambitious lawyer spent a lot of time trying to get her revenge. By the end of Dan Slott’s run, the two women had already made amends, but their friends to rivals to friends arc is still one for the ages.
7 Everett K. Ross Might Try To Keep Track Of Jennifer
Portrayed by Martin Freeman, Everett K. Ross is a C.I.A. agent in charge of the superhuman issues with the government. Given that Jennifer is both a new superpowered being and the lawyer in charge of a superhuman division in a law firm, it’s only a matter of time for them to meet.
So far, Martin Freeman has been confirmed to reprise his role as Ross in Secret Invasion, but a surprise cameo in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law would definitely hype the fans. Ross could be key to connecting Jennifer to the Skrull-human upcoming war.
6 Doc Samson Would Be Yet Another Connection To The Incredible Hulk
Since John Byrne’s run, Doc Samson has been one of She-Hulk’s closest allies. Both in battle and emotionally, she often calls him when she’s in need. Of course, the comics’ Doc Samson is quite different from Ty Burrell’s version in The Incredible Hulk, but this could be fixed very easily.
Regardless of the MCU making Samson a new gamma being or not, his potential friendship with Jennifer Walters would strike yet another connection to the Hulk’s 2008 film, like the Abomination is already doing. Additionally, Ty Burrell’s knack for comedy makes him a great fit for the show.
5 Malcolm Ducasse Could Work With She-Hulk If Given A Chance
Besides Daredevil, there’s another Marvel show that deals with lawyers on a daily basis, Jessica Jones. There is no reason to not take advantage of the organic connection that can be done between both series. Kristen Ritter likely won’t reprise her role as Jessica in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and unfortunately, Rachael Taylor’s Hellcat ended the show on a villainous note, but these aren’t the only two options.
Malcolm Ducasse (Eka Darville) went from drug addict to courageous investigator throughout the series, but the show’s unfortunate cancellation trumped his career. His legal expertise and P.I. skills would definitely come in handy for Jennifer.
4 Like Loki, She-Hulk Has Messed With The T.V.A.
Unarguably, Loki is a fan favorite. Fans want to see him everywhere. Since Thor: Love & Thunder failed at delivering this cameo, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law could write this run. Dan Slott’s run on She-Hulk pit her against the T.V.A. and even made her a part of the Magistrati, a cosmic court.
If Loki were to appear on She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, he could be the key to elevating Jennifer’s adventures to a universal level. This would set a precedent for her to appear in upcoming Avengers movies.
3 She-Hulk Helped Spider-Man Sue The Daily Bugle In The Comics
During “Web of Lies,” Jennifer Walters and Augustus Pugliese assisted Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, with a defamation lawsuit against J. Jonah Jameson and the Daily Bugle. In the end, they won the case for Spidey and also set a precedent for Tom Holland to appear on She-Hulk.
After Spider-Man: No From Home, Peter is all alone in the world. Without money, a job, or any kind of legal protection, it would be easy for him to get in trouble as Spider-Man. Hopefully, Jennifer Walter will be there to help him if that’s the case.
2 A Janet Van Dyne Appearance Would Be Top Fan Service
Janet Van Dyne, also known as the original Wasp, has been one of Jennifer’s best friends almost since the beginning. On two different occasions, she has lent Jennifer her apartment and her whole wardrobe. Additionally, she was the one who invited She-Hulk to join the Avengers.
Since Janet Van Dyne is a secondary character in the MCU, it’s unlikely Marvel Studios will explore their friendship, but there’s no need to ignore it. A Jane cameo on She-Hulk: Attorney at Law would be a nice win for Marvel hardcore fans and the perfect opportunity to promote Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
1 Deadpool & She-Hulk Should Meet Amidst A Fourth-Wall Breaking
Like She-Hulk, the Merc without a Mouth is famously known for his meta-commentary and constant fourth wall breaking in the comics. He and Jennifer are some of the few Marvel characters who are aware they’re inside a comic book.
Since Deadpool is now officially an MCU character, Disney shouldn’t waste the chance to confront their meta-humor. It would be extra hilarious if none of them understand who the other is talking to. Where would that leave the audience? This joke would point to an unnecessarily philosophical question, but it would be well worth it.
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