New She-Hulk Trailer Teases Razorback

In the trailer released during the Hall H MCU panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2022 for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe series She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney+, viewers were treated to a look at some potential antagonists that Shulkie’s law firm would be representing this season on the highly anticipated series starring Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters.

In She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the eponymous lawyer takes a job for Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, which first appeared in She-Hulk #1 by Dan Slott, Juan Bobillo, Marcelo Sosa, Chris Chuckry, and Dave Sharpe. Founded by Holden Holliway, the legal firm specializes in superhuman law. This gives Shulkie plenty of opportunities to run into immoral and amoral superhumans from every corner of the Marvel Multiverse, something that was on full display in the trailer, as fans saw a hulked Maslany interact with a slew of familiar and unfamiliar superhumans.


Much of the trailer featured Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth), otherwise known as Abomination. This character originally debuted in the Marvel Comics issue Tales to Astonish #90 (1967) and was created by Stan Lee and Gil Kane. Roth’s interpretation of the Gamma irradiated antagonist debuted in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk. In addition to Abomination, the trailer was also the first time that fans saw the Sorcerer Supreme Wong (Benedict Wong) appear in She-Hulk. MCU fans were already aware of Wong’s connection to Abomination after both of them appeared in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, where it appeared that Wong was opening a portal to free Abomination from prison so that he could fight in the Golden Daggers Club, run by Shang-Chi’s sister, Xu Xialing (M’eng’er Zhang).

Apparent Introduction of Razorback

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Excitingly, also visible in the trailer was Razorback, otherwise known as Buford T. Hollis. This character is a trucker with the ability to drive anything. In the Sensational She-Hulk storyline in which he appears, “Star Truck,” written and drawn by John Byrne, Hollis uses this ability to steal a space shuttle. Encouraged by his accomplice (and fellow trucker) Taryn O’Connell, they embarked on a mission to find Ulysses Solomon Archer, O’Connell’s ex-lover who had left Earth to become a space trucker. Archer, also known as Highwayman, is associated with several other trucking characters, including Poppa Wheelie, Wide Load Annie, and Mary McGrill, aka Midnight, all of whom have the potential to appear in the series.

In addition to these characters, there is plenty of potential for other returning supervillains. Could we see Wanda Maximoff face a class action lawsuit for her actions in Westview, New Jersey? What about getting the Avengers to pay for the car they crushed rather than just having Damage Control bill you to haul it away? There are loads of potential in Shulkie’s new gig!