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episode 6 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes, Despite not being as fun as the previous one, it has represented a point of evolution for Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany). This is because, unlike the beginning of the season, in this sixth (6) episode of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes Jennifer Walters’ character has become more accepting of her She-Hulk form.

episode 6 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes it is, as the series itself defines it, an independent episode that occurs at the least opportune moment —like weddings according to Jennifer Walters—. Since many fans of the “man without fear” expected to see his appearance in this sixth (6) episode of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes. So these are the easter eggs and references to the rest of the Marvel universe that we found in episode 6 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes.


Who is Mr. Immortal (Mr. Immortal)?

Who is Craig Hollis, better known as Mr. Immortal (Mr. Immortal)?

The plot alternates to Lulu’s wedding in episode 6 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes presents us with a divorce case, very convenient as a counterpart to Jen’s adventure, of a man who fakes his death to evade his responsibility by divorcing his partner. This man is called Craig Hollis (David Pasquesi), better known in Marvel comics as Mr. Immortal (Mr. Immortal).

She-Hulk, episode 6: easter eggs and references to the rest of the Marvel universe
West Coast Avengers #46 from 1985 is the comic that Mavel has left behind the QR code in episode 6 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes.
She-Hulk, episode 6: easter eggs and references to the rest of the Marvel universe

Mr. Immortal (Craig Hollis) is the only Homo Supreme that exists, thanks to this he has the super power of immortality. In the comics, Mr. Immortal is the leader of the Great Lakes Avengers, a team which Hawkeye (Hawkeye) has also led. Mr. Immortal’s first appearance was in the comic West Coast Avengers #46 from 1985. Throughout his life in Marvel comics. Mr. Immortal has participated in events such as Fear Itself and secret invasion (Secret Invasion). Apparently, in the UCM the presence of this character will not go beyond what was seen in episode 6 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes.

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She-Hulk, episode 6: easter eggs and references to the rest of the Marvel universe

Mr. Immortal during the negotiation scene with his ex-wives mentions that Baroness Cromwell inherited him a certain amount of gold and they could divide it equally. The baroness is Lily Cromwell, who was turned into a vampire by John Falsworth, better known as Baron Blood—an enemy in Sam Wilson’s Captain America comics. Again in the series She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes we find references to the dark world of Marvel. Lily Cromwell, or the Baroness of Blood, debuted in the comic Union Jack #1 from 1998.

What is Intelligence, the organization that controls the villain of the series She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes?

Will it be «Intelligence» in She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes an organization of “incels”?

One of Mr. Immortal’s wives names a website full of “sentient immatures”—like many in our reality—called “Intelligence.” This name is known to Marvel fans as it belongs to a group of intelligent super villains such as Ulysses Klaue, Red She-Hulk, El Lider and MODOK.

The fact is that the little that could be seen of “intelligence” in episode 6 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes, has revealed to us that the next stage of his plan has begun and that his “leader” calls himself Hulking. Additionally, in the «Intelligence» laboratories, the weapon used by the Wrecking Crew, or the Demolition Squad in episode 3 of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes.

Who can be the villain of the series She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes?

Will the new needles be made of vibranium?

Episode six (6) of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes could have given some clues or references about who will be the villain of Jen in this season. Many believe that the villain of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes will be the Leader for the announcement of Disney at D23, which announced that Tim Blake will be The Leader in the film Captain America: New World Order. This immediately made some fans think that The Leader would be after She-Hulk’s blood. This, although it may be true, does not necessarily position El Lider as the great villain of the first season of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes. However, with the arrival of “intelligence” in the MCU, we can theorize who can be the villain of the series She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes.

Our bet is that the villain of the first season of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes it could be Todd. However, we do not believe that “Todd” is his real name. The question is, will Todd be related to The Leader? Hopefully this will be answered in the next episodes of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes.


Meet all the easter eggs and references to the rest of the Marvel universe in the series She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes from Disney+

In GamerFocus we have given a space to each of the episodes of She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes. So if you want to review the Easter eggs and references to the rest of the Marvel universe seen during the episodes of the She-Hulk series on Disney+, we recommend you follow the following links:

  1. A normal feeling of anger
  2. superhuman laws
  3. The people against Emil Blonsky
  4. Isn’t this real magic?
  5. Green, happy and these jeans look hot on me

Stay tuned for GamerFocus, as we will continue to list easter eggs, references and other details of the series She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes on Disney+.

She-Hulk, episode 6: easter eggs and references to the rest of the Marvel universe