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She-Hulk Kick-Off

Comic book aficionado Jessica Plummer joins us to delve into the ethical quandaries presented in the first two episodes of She-Hulk. We’ll discuss whether Abomination’s legal arguments hold water and explore the significance of Jennifer Walters’ unique approach to being a Hulk, contrasting sharply with Bruce Banner’s experience. Our conversation extends to the roots of She-Hulk in the comic book industry and how her inception influences the narratives we see today.

Jessica Plummer, a New Yorker with a profound love for Superman, shares her passion on her podcast, Flights and Tights. She’s also a writer for Book Riot, covering a wide range of comic and literary topics. You can follow her musings on Twitter @jess_plummer.

Don’t miss out on Jessica’s work in the acclaimed anthology Sword Stone Tablet, where her storytelling prowess shines.

Riki Hayashi and Matthew Fox explore the ethical questions from the stories geeks love—superheroes, sci-fi, anime, fantasy, video games, and so much more.
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