I can believe a She-Hulk when I see her as a drawing. If I see a woman dressed up in green paint, my suspension of disbelief goes out the window. I also have a hard time accepting a live-action or CGI Hulk, for that matter.
To put it another way, why make a live-action or CGI Rocky & Bullwinkle or Yogi Bear movie. I have a gut feeling She-Hulk works best as a drawing.
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