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She-Hulk Trailer Drops And Fans Still Aren't Sure About The CGI
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She-Hulk Trailer Drops And Fans Still Aren't Sure About The CGI

The new trailer for the She-Hulk series is here and fans think the CGI is looking a little weird.

The new trailer for Marvel's She-Hulk series has just dropped and fans still aren't sure about the way the CGI looks.

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is the latest Marvel series headed for Disney+ and a new trailer for the show was dropped at Comic Con.

In it we get to see She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) getting some training from her superhero cousin Bruce Banner, AKA The Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).

Watch the new trailer below:

While there was plenty of excitement for the trailer among fans, many still weren't entirely convinced by the state of the CGI in the show.

This isn't the first time the CGI in She-Hulk has come under fire from fans, with plenty thinking the titular heroine looked more like Princess Fiona from the Shrek movies than Marvel's statuesque superheroine.

Marvel have seemingly made plenty of improvements to the CGI since the first viewings, but there are still many fans who have been left unconvinced at the way their heroine is going to look.

Many took to social media to complain that a show less than a month away from release still had CGI that looked like it fell painfully down the uncanny valley.

One person said it was 'insane to throw CGI out there like that', while a second said it was 'so bad that it's literally distracting'.

A third compared the CGI in the She-Hulk trailer with that in the upcoming Groot series, wondering 'why is the CGI for a tree better than She-Hulk'.

However, other fans thought the CGI looked much better now, many said they didn't mind the way the show looked and were excited for it regardless, while others said they could see how much it had improved since the first look at the show.

Something that will excite fans is a glimpse at the return of Daredevil (Charlie Cox) after his brief cameo appearance in Spider Man: No Way Home.

Fans were treated to the sight of him making a dramatic entrance as the camera panned up to reveal his costume.

It has long been the hope of Marvel fans that more of the characters from the Netflix roster of superhero shows would make their official debut in the MCU, and more Daredevil is always welcome.

Perhaps fans will also be able to hope for appearances from Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) and Luke Cage (Mike Colter), and maybe to a lesser extent Iron Fist (Finn Jones).

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law will release on Disney+ on 17 August.

Topics: Film and TV, Marvel, Disney Plus