Keeping up with the show, when I gather all the evidence, I will see that Blonsky, and therefore the Abomination, has successfully changed his ways to become a better person. No longer an MCU baddie, Blonsky seems to have had the most radical transformation from villain to warm-hearted citizen.
I didn’t take Bucky into account at all, because he was mind controlled while harming people. Meanwhile, Blonsky, though affected by the serum, was destroyed by his own functions. A big hit in “She-Hulk” so far is that Jen is trying to figure out who in her life really wants to interact with her as she is, not her “She-Hulk” form. .
If both Smart Hulk and Wong can confirm his redemption, it can be said that Blonsky is most likely being sincere. Despite the vague explanation of his suppressor malfunction, Wrecker’s appearance, coupled with the appearance of Wrecker, still allows Blonsky to launch a stealth attack. The mid-season trailer released a few weeks back even showed him in Abomination form for a brief second and with two more episodes to go, it will be interesting to see if Blonsky is on the right track or not. go on to become his villain once more.
In case I’m proven wrong, I’ll be sure to add a “we’ve got you covered” addendum at the top of this article.
“She-Hulk: Attorney At Law” is currently streaming on Disney+.
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