She-Hulk Episode 5 End Credits tease Deadpool, X-Men and Ghost Rider in the MCU

After that dramatic helmet reveal She-Hulk: Lawyer Episode 5 shocked audiences with the concept art shown during the credits. While we didn’t get a post-credits scene this week, we did see some unofficial artwork teasing a bunch of new superheroes to be part of the MCU, including a bunch of X-Men members and even Ghost Rider.

What other heroes were teased in the credits concept art?

While the credits artwork is likely non-canon, it’s interesting to see artists flirting with the idea of ​​introducing a whole slew of heroes to the MCU that haven’t debuted yet. Among them were Ghost Rider, Man-Thing, Nova, Storm, Namor, Speedball, Scarlet Spider, Cyclops, The Thing, Cable, Iceman and even Deadpool. There was even a hint of Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man officially joining the MCU as part of the 2021 release of Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The art itself featured She-Hulk’s co-workers Nikki and Pug bonding over the latter’s limited-edition sneaker collection, recalling a conversation the pair had in Episode 5. Pug was hoping to get two pairs of the Iron Man Three, which were actually retired in Episode 2, when eagle-eyed viewers also saw a Wolverine reference on Jen’s computer screen. The chances of seeing shoes come to life in the series are probably very slim, so it was nice to at least get a glimpse of the storied collection that Pug was so proud of.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law continues on Thursdays on Disney Plus.

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Emma Bowman

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