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'Humiliating': Marvel's 'She-Hulk' Mocked for 'Whiny Feminist Superhero' Clip

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Marvel fans are criticizing a clip from the show “She-Hulk: Attorney At Law.”

IMDb posted on its Twitter account the clip along with a caption, saying, “Ahem Say it louder for the people in the back.”

The clip shows the character Jennifer Walters, played by Tatiana Maslany, pushing a pro-feminism message during a conversation with Hulk.

“Here’s the thing Bruce, I’m great at controlling my anger. I do it all the time,” Walters says.

She adds, “When I’m cat-called in the street. When incompetent men explain my own area of expertise to me. I do it pretty much every day because if I don’t, I will get called emotional or difficult or might just literally get murdered.”

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Walters continues, “So I’m an expert at controlling my anger because I do it infinitely more than you!”

Watch the video below:

Critics did not have an overwhelmingly positive reaction to the dialogue.

Do you think there is an audience for this character?

One user tweeted, “I am SO ASHAMED of being a woman because of crap like THIS! If we are truly equal, whining and crying all the time is NOT proving that. Humiliating. I thought I would watch this. I take that back immediately.”

Another wrote, “The people that wrote this have never [actually] read a single She-Hulk comic and it shows.”

“There is literally no audience for a whiny feminist superhero and yet they keep producing this shit anyway,” commentator Matt Walsh tweeted.

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The show made its debut on Thursday on Disney Plus.

According to Disney’s description of the show, it centers around a “lawyer who specializes in superhuman-oriented legal cases.”

The show will “welcome a host of Marvel characters to the series, including the Hulk, played by Mark Ruffalo, and the Abomination, played by Tim Roth.”

Watch the trailer for the show below:

The Washington Post noted the character made her debut in Marvel Comics in 1980.

She was introduced in “The Savage She-Hulk” No. 1.

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