It’s the second week of Funko Pop art based on the Marvel Studios series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the second instalment of which, Superhuman Law, was released yesterday on Disney+. Given the events of the show, it’s no surprise that the villainous Emil Blonsky/Abomination (Tim Roth) made his Funko Pop debut today. One surprise is that we’re still waiting for a real pop She-Hulk. Funk works in mysterious ways. The Boomination Funko Pop is available for pre-order here on Entertainment Earth (the free US shipping on orders over $39 with code SUNFREE22) and here on Amazon. The first wave of She-Hulk pop characters included Jen Walters (Tatiana Maslany), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Nikki Ramos (Ginger Gonzaga). All of these iconic Pop figures are available for pre-order here on Entertainment Earth.
The lack of an actual Hulk Girl Pop figure doesn’t mean much at this point in the game, but Hasbro and Disney have included figures based on Jennifer Walters’ character Tatiana Maslany. Hasbro’s Marvel Legends figure is especially cool with the head sculpt. If they just added an alternate angry head – that would be great. The Disney Girl Hulk is actually a 12-inch toy, so you have that option as well. Everyone has a Hulk girlfriend.
“I think people treat Jen Walters very differently when she’s the Hulk,” Maslany said of the star lawyer’s transition to the green-skinned superhero. “I think it’s encouraging to Jen, the way she trusts him, it’s a little bit inspiring. It is interesting to see. But at the same time, he also feels that there is a sense of fraud around it. Or she doesn’t quite feel like she can own it, and people don’t see her, they just see She-Hulk.” She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is now streaming on Disney Plus. The show was well received by critics and fans alike, including our own Jenna Anderson:
Backed by Maslany’s gripping and masterful performance, the series isn’t afraid to be authentically real, whimsically wonderful and utterly brilliant in a way that’s captivating.