Artist Jen Bartel’s Thirsty She-Hulk art, based on the character’s Disney+ series trailer, is reimagined with AEW stars Jade Cargill and Danhausen.
After artist Jen Bartel shared her popular Thirsty She-Hulk fan art, another artist decided to do a very nice, very SHEvil recreation with All Elite Wrestling talents Danhausen and Jade Cargill.
It all started with artist Blackbird sharing an “expedition template” so fans could put their own original characters into the artwork based on Marvel’s final scene. She-Hulk trailer. One such fan who took the opportunity to get into the picture was Danhausen, who photographed himself in the massive arms of She-Hulk. Cargill, AEW’s current TBS Champion, responded to Danhausen, writing, “looks like green skin to me.” Fans had fun adding ideas to Danhausen’s work such as drawing him correctly in the photo and replacing She-Hulk’s head with Hook. However, it was AEW fan and artist Mel Coleman who decided to step into the elite and recreate Bartel’s artwork with smiling Cargill playing the role of She-Hulk and Danhausen with that look he give before anyone is cursed.
Coleman has done several wrestling-related art commissions in the past, including stunning digital portraits of AEW talents such as Dr. Britt Baker DMD, Smart Mark Sterling, Kenny Omega, and Ruby Soho. As a longtime cosplayer who made X-Men’s Storm, Cargill was blown away by Coleman’s work and asked to follow her on Instagram. Danhausen has since shared the artwork on his social media as well.
marvel’s She-Hulk: Lawyer stars Tatiana Maslany in the title role. Although fans have taken issue with She-Hulk’s lack of muscle and CGI effects, the trailer has already garnered the second-highest 24-hour viewership for any Marvel Studios show on Disney+. Veteran avengers actor Mark Ruffalo will reprise his role as Bruce Banner/Professor Hulk, along with Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky/Abomination for the first time since 2008 The Incredible Hulk. While AEW fans won’t be able to see Danhausen and Cargill in the MCU anytime soon, another wrestling personality will be making his Marvel debut, as WWE’s David Otunga plays a part in one of the dates. by Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk.
Danhausen and Jade Cargill can be seen on AEW Dynamite every Wednesday at 8 p.m. on TBS and AEW Rampage every Friday at 10 p.m. on TNT. They will also wrestle at AEW double or nothing à la carte on Sunday 29 May. marvel’s She-Hulk: Lawyer premieres on Disney+ on August 17.
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