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‘She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes’ finally made it to the catalog Disney+ and has already conquered the public and the international critics.

And the first episode of the series features several jokes and references to other MCU titles and characters, including the clarification if Steve Rogers/Captain America (Chris Evans) was a virgin or not.

Now, Evans, who has bid farewell to the character in the acclaimed ‘Avengers: Endgame’shared his reaction when watching the chapter: on his official Twitter, the actor posted several emojis laughing at the mention of the hero (and one indicating that he will not comment on the Captain’s sex life).

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For years, fans have joked about the suit and protagonist Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) asks cousin Bruce the same question (Mark Ruffalo).

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In the post-credits scene, Jennifer Walters drinking with Bruce (Mark Ruffalo) at the bar and reveals how sad he is that Steve Rogers died a virgin. Jen even comments on Steve’s butt, noting that America’s ass didn’t “deserve to die a virgin”.

It is then that Bruce drop a bomb. he reveals that Steve was not really a virgin. According to Bruce, Steve lost his virginity in 1942 to a girl. Jen cracks a smile and the scene ends with a big shot of the character screaming “CAPTAIN AMERICA TRAN—“.

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The first season premiered with 94% approval on Rotten Tomatoes, with note 7.65/10 based on 224 reviews until the moment.

Among the comments, the series is praised as one of the best productions of the marvel studios in partnership with Casa Mouse.

In addition to praising the performance of the protagonist Tatiana Maslany because of its versatility, critics also praised the rest of the cast, stating that each character manages to add richness to the plot.

In turn, the roadmaps Jessica Gao are described as something totally unique amidst a saturated genre and that the series came to value the MCU with its non-standard humor.

And all this is very well done by the direction of Kat Coiro.

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“Self-conscious sensitivity and the performance of Maslany help both the character and the show carve their own place within the big, stereotypical MCU universe.” – Rolling Stone.

“’She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes‘ is not only the live-action debut that the title character has always deserved, but it’s a new turning point proving what the MCU shows are capable of.” – Comic Book.

“’She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes‘ is a charming pivot for the MCU into comic legal procedural territory, with a flawless performance of Tatiana Maslany, which manages to elevate all elements of production.” – Perri Nemiroff.

“As a seamless adaptation of the comic book character, this series elevates everything that makes ‘She-Hulk‘ so much fun in the source material.” – The Wrap.

“’She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes‘ is an absolute hit and the funniest Marvel series of all time, with the first episode delivering my all-time favorite line from any production by the studio.” – JoBlo.

Maslany is more than capable of taking the mix from the ‘She-Hulk‘ from drama involving girl power to a superhero adventure. Whether in human or transformed form, she manages to fulfill what she promised.” – Daily Telegraph.

“’She-Hulk: Defender of Heroes‘ works on its own terms. The plot is fluid, fun and loaded with references, but anyone looking for ‘more’ – more darkness, more drama, more cohesion – will be frustrated.” – The Hollywood Reporter.

the editor in chief Renato Marafon interviewed the actress Ginger Gonzagainterpreter of Nikki, the best friend of the protagonist, and said that the fans who criticized the CGI of the series should have fun when they watch.

The series will have 9 episodes lasting about 30 minutes each.

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