She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Episode 5 Made Marvel To Change Its Twitter Handle

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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Episode 5 pushed Jennifer Walters’ story to new heights ahead of her likely membership with the Avengers in projects like Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. And in her own solo series, the Avengers are more connected to her own story than nearly any Phase 4 project to date thanks to her familial ties to Bruce Banner and her own place as a Hulk.

Warning: Spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Episode 5 below.

In this new entry, Jennifer Walters’ paralegal and best friend Nikki took it upon herself to give Jen a fresh look. For the past several episodes, Jen has been wearing men’s suits in her She-Hulk form as they’re the only businesswear that will fit her 6’7” body.

And so, Nikki and co-worker Pug travel to a location where the world’s leader in superhero fashion is supposed to have his offices. Instead, the pair find a man peddling bootleg Avengers merchandise as a front for designer Luke Jacobson.

The phony products, emblazoned with incorrect-looking heroes and the word “Avongers,” were a humorous addition to the episode. Following this reveal, Marvel’s social media team took this ball and ran with it.

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Avongers: Earth’s Toughest Heroes

The official Marvel-affiliated Twitter account for the Avengers has temporarily rebranded in a comical piece of synergy with the latest episode of She-Hulk. The account has been renamed “Avongers” and the bio reads, “Earth’s Toughest Heroes.”

In addition, the profile pic now shows knock-off versions of Captain America, Thor, and a purple take on the Hulk, as designed by frequent Marvel emoji artist 100% Soft. Check out a screenshot of the revamped page below.

Screenshot of the Avongers Twitter profile

The account looked as normal as ever only the day before She-Hulk Episode 5 premiered.

Below is a close-up of the bootleg t-shirt from the show which also features rip-offs of Iron Man, Black Widow, and Hawkeye.

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The Direct Image

A Clever MCU Tie-In

Now, before Twitter users descend into a collective panic, this change to the Avengers‘ profile is obviously just temporary. Still, it’s a funny piece of connective tissue with She-Hulk.

After these funny clothing items ended up acquiring a whole new wardrobe of smart-looking business apparel from Luke Jacobson. Walters will very likely be returning to the LA-based designer for her superhero costume, which has been glimpsed in various trailers and promotional material for the show.

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And Jen isn’t Jacobson’s only client. The fashion guru was also in possession of a certain horned helmet for a specific and notable New York lawyer, as seen in the closing seconds of the fifth episode.

Marvel Studios’ She-Hulk: Attorney at Law drops new episodes every Thursday, with Episode 6 debuting on Disney+ on September 22.

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