She-Hulk Fan Remixes Marvel Comics Art To Show Madisynn Obliterating Venom’s Knull

A She-Hulk: Lawyer fan just remixed art from a Marvel comic book to show Patty Guggenheim’s Madisynn King obliterating Venom villain Knull.

The work in question originally appeared in 2021 The King in Black #4, “Chapter Four: Lightning,” by Donny Cates, Ryan Stegman, JP Mayer, Frank Martin, and Clayton Cowles. It originally depicted Jean Grey/Marvel Girl unleashing a telepathic assault on Knull, however, the edited version on Twitter replaces Jean with Madisynn. This is achieved by re-lettering Jean’s word bubbles to include Madisynn’s trademark phrase in She-Hulk: Lawyerand recoloring her hair and dress to match Guggenheim’s look on the show.

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Guggenheim later shared the edited artwork on his own, describing it as “wild and amazing.” This response is hardly surprising, as the star has previously said how much she enjoys Madisynn’s memes. “It’s fun to know that something I’ve done resonates with people on different levels… It was really fun to hear people’s enthusiasm for it, and the memes are hilarious,” said she declared. Guggenheim also insisted that she was still considering Madisynn’s status as a She-Hulk: Lawyerescape character.

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Madisynn made her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in She-Hulk: Lawyer, Episode 4, “Isn’t That Real Magic?”. The episode establishes her as a good-natured party girl who strikes up an unlikely friendship with Wong (Benedict Wong) after being mystically transported to the Sorcerer Supreme’s Kamar-Taj chambers by stage magician Donny Blaze (Rhys Coiro). This sparks a feud between Wong and Blaze, with Madisynn taking part in the ensuing court case. Episode 4’s post-credits scene sees the pair relaxing on Wong’s couch after the courtroom drama, discussing the cocktails they’ve tried, and revealing that Wong likes gin and tonic.

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Director Kat Coiro then revealed that the Wong/Madisynn post-credits scene was not part of the shooting script and was only added after the crew noticed how well Guggenheim and Wong were playing each other. “When Wong and Madisynn get into a fight…? That didn’t exist in the script,” she said. “It just comes down to the comedic chemistry of the actors and we said, ‘We have to throw cameras at these two, because they’re so funny. “”Coiro added that she and Guggenheim are frequent collaborators and recalled how the actor She-Hulk: Lawyer the audition left Marvel Studios executives in stitches.

She-Hulk: Lawyer is currently streaming on Disney+, with new episodes arriving on Thursdays.

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Daniel K. Denny