>>108336907>why are you thinking only about the movies,
because the movies are where marketing attention is being focused right now, and the comics synergise to reflect that focus.>also you can introduce a character through another character's cast, Jen could be perfectly introduced through Bruce
Well yeah, definitely, but she wouldn't exactly be the optimal choice for the lead female character since she'd just be perceived as an extension of the Hulk's mythos/brand rather than her own thing in the same way that War Machine is an extension of Iron Man and Falcon and Bucky are an extension of Captain America.>People still care and watch characters like Supergirl even if they are derivative from another.
You keep making it out like I'm saying She-Hulk sucks and no one cares about her. If they wanted to introduce her in the MCU, she could definitely be a fun and successful addition, but marketing-wise she wouldn't be the optimal choice for THE female superhero in the Marvel Universe.>Hell Carol was for most of her character life a background character for Mar-vell and the other previous captains before her.
Yeah, but the difference is that she doesn't currently co-exist with any of her counterparts (save Monica, but she's pretty much being written off as the black best friend). She-Hulk would exist alongside Hulk, which would make her seem less prominent.independent and more like a part of his brand.
Again, I'm not criticising She-Hulk. I don't think she's bad and I don't think you're bad for liking her, I'm merely trying to explain the thought process that would go into picking Carol over her.