Every Easter Egg We Saw In SHE-HULK Episode 4

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’s fourth episode was another one filled with Marvel references galore. Not to mention, the return of the one-and-only Wong. Yes, the Sorcerer Supreme might have exited stage left rather quickly last week, but he wasted no time in coming back. On today’s Nerdist News, we detail that and all the other Easter eggs from the Jade Giantess’ fourth installment.

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First off, the episode centered on a terrible magician named Donny Blaze. He used real magic to make up for his lack of illusionist skills. This got him into a lot of trouble at a magic show, only to enrage Wong who sought Jen’s legal counsel. Now, the name Donny Blaze sounded a lot like Danny Blaze, who was also Danny Ketch, a.k.a. Ghost Rider. Does this mean this dork is our future Spirit of Vengeance? After seeing this episode, we kind of hope not.

Wong, Madisynn, and She-Hulk in court in She-Hulk episode four.
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Later, we saw a hapless party girl named Madisynn sucked into what looked like a Hell dimension. The place contained many little goblin creatures, which later made her ask Wong if he is the “Goblin King.” Now, there is a Spider-Man villain by that name, technically. In the past, Norman Osborn used the title. But Marvel has a far more famous Goblin Queen, named Madelyne Pryor. (She’s Jean Grey’s clone, by the way. It’s complicated). Now, both Madelyne and Madisynn probably go by “Maddy” for short, so could we see Wong’s new BFF become a Goblin Queen in the future? OK, probably not, but we kinda do want to see that.

Hell dimensions confirmed also mean they sort of confirmed Mephisto exists in the MCU, right? How long are you going to make us wait for him, Kevin Feige? It sure would be hilarious if Marvel’s most powerful demon first appeared in the MCU in a half-hour comedy show. We’d kind of be here for that, to be honest. For all the rest of the She-Hulk Easter eggs, be sure to watch the video above.

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