‘Disney’s Mickey Mouse Treatment of Iconic Villains’: She-Hulk clip shows Abomination has lost his monstrous voice, speaks in a human tone unlike the Incredible Hulk’s version


With She-Hulk: lawyer, the MCU plans to dive deep into the forensic comedy genre. Lately, new clips are unveiled almost every day; to generate buzz ahead of the series’ release and provide audiences with exclusive sneak peeks at some of the characters. However, for Abomination fans, things might not look too… great.

The Abomination

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With actor Tim Roth reprising his role from 2008, many looked forward to what the character will bring to the table in She-Hulk: Lawyer. Well, maybe it’s just the monstrous antagonist with as human a voice as it gets that’s on the table right now.

Abomination’s monstrous voice is gone…

Abomination in The Incredible Hulk
Abomination in The Incredible Hulk

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Regarding the grotesque villain whose rage people witnessed in 2008 in the film directed by Louis Leterrier The Incredible Hulk, he was last seen making a special appearance in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021). When the world saw the villainous villain again, critics and fans alike were surprised by his rather affable and calmer demeanor, a stark comparison to his 2008 counterpart. Fans were also curious about the visual changes to the character, but he definitely been updated to be more comic book accurate.

The abomination in the comics
The abomination in the comics

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Now that the bad guy is back in She-Hulk, fans weren’t expecting that the MCU hadn’t quite finished its Abomination changes. In a recent clip from She-Hulk: LawyerAbomination was seen talking and now the character has a voice that many fans are clamoring for “it sounds like Korg.” Unlike his awful, awful, gritty voice from 2008, the villain now speaks exactly like a human would. Final judgment? Fans are not amused. Here’s a tweet that provided comparisons between the two iterations of the villain:

The changes are noticeable and offer quite a contrast. Fans can only wonder what the villain has to bring to the show since his menacing demeanor has clearly been changed. To say that reviews for the upcoming Disney+ series have increased tenfold would be an understatement.

The Fan Reaction To The Reiteration Of The She-Hulk Abomination

She-Hulk: Lawyer
The abomination will be in She-Hulk: Lawyer

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The public is neither impressed nor amused by this change. Many even criticize the show saying it gets the “Mickey Mouse Treatment.” While many were intrigued by the comedic tone of the upcoming Disney+ series, avid audiences are growing increasingly wary of how many other MCU components and their iconic characters will be played just for laughs. Some even wonder if including the nightmarish villain is just for comic relief. “Hope it’s not a joke” said one user on Twitter.

Here’s a bit more of what fans had to say:

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Only time can tell if, regardless of such changes, the villain has anything believable to offer fans who were eager to see him again after so long. Audiences can only hope that these teasers aren’t an accurate representation of the bigger, fuller picture.

She-Hulk: Lawyer will premiere its first episode exclusively on Disney+ on August 18, 2022.

Source: Twitter


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