She-Hulk is the upcoming Marvel series which will see Bruce Banner’s family member cope with being a green rage monster as well as a lawyer. In the most recent clip, Hulk can be seen trying to train She-Hulk, but she manages to do all tasks better than the Avenger. 

Banner starts by teaching She-Hulk about balance, but she’s already quite nifty. Even in the show of strength, she outdoes one of the strongest Avengers. When Hulk pushes her off a cliff, She-Hulk just jumps right back onto it. 

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In the comics, She-Hulk is said to be stronger than Hulk and in greater control of her ability to turn into the hero. Viewers understand how she still prioritizes her work as a lawyer over being an out-and-out superhero. Banner’s concern here is touching as he remarks that her powers are bound to put a target on her back. 

The new clip also includes moments of fun. Hulk explains some of the perks of having superpowers, and topping the list is alcohol consumption. Banner explains how the Hulk’s – and by extension, the She-Hulk’s physiology supports a lot of alcohol intake without the consequences. 

“All buzz, no barf”, Mark Ruffalo’s character explains, referring to the high from the alcohol minus the chances of throwing up from excessive drinking. 

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Tatiana Maslany plays Jennifer Walters, who becomes She-Hulk. When Walters is shot and needs a blood transfusion, Banner helps her and as a result, she turns into She-Hulk. Transformative properties of Hulk’s blood have been hinted at in previous movies, like Edward Norton’s portrayal, where consuming Hulk’s blood turned Tim Roth’s character into a monster called Abomination. 

The series promises a sitcom-like vibe while departing from some of the source materials in comics. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law will release on August 17, on Disney+.