She-Hulk includes QR codes that link to free Marvel comics

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episodes feature QR codes that viewers can scan to access a free Marvel comic book tie-in to the Disney+ series.

The second episode of She-Hulk is now streaming on Disney Plus, and many people have taken to social media to share their thoughts, opinions and reviews on the final chapter – but some have been studying the executives a little closer. than others and spotted interactive Easter eggs planted by Marvel Studios in certain scenes.

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Episode 2, for example, features a QR code on Jennifer Walter’s laptop. The scene in question sees Jen looking for new jobs online after being fired from her law firm for turning into She-Hulk and derailing a lawsuit. She opens a webpage that lists “10 quirky jobs for a fresh start.” Next to this title is a QR code that redirects those who choose to scan it to She-Hulk (2004) #1.

The She-Hulk premiere also included a free comic giveaway. A QR code appears about six minutes into the first episode as Jen stumbles into a bar after accidentally transforming into She-Hulk for the first time. The code appears on a poster hanging on the wall in the background of the stage, and it leads viewers to a free digital copy of the character’s first comic appearance in 1979’s Savage She-Hulk #1.

This isn’t the first time QR codes have been spotted in MCU shows. Several of these interactive Easter eggs have made their way into Moon Knight, including one tied to Werewolf by Night, which is being developed as a Halloween special for Disney Plus, and a few codes have also been unlocked in Ms. Marvel, logging in to the first issue of the titular superhero’s solo series.

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Episode 2 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is streaming now on Disney Plus. IGN called it “another strong episode” that “strikes a good balance between significant issues and sitcom hilarity” while reintroducing former MCU players and showcasing “significant supporting character roles.” .

You can also view our She-Hulk series premiere review if you haven’t caught up yet!

Adele Ankers-Range is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.

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