Episode 749: She-Construct The Narrative

On the Overthinking It Podcast, we tackle “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.”

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Peter Fenzel and Matthew Wrather overthink She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, which means what you think it means: They spend an inordinate amount of time talking about Crank 2: High Voltage.

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One Comment on “Episode 749: She-Construct The Narrative”

  1. Mike O #

    It may not be my best response, not sure if it’s an improvement even, but.. The end of Dragonball Z.
    Through circumstances of nature and nurture, Goku is the indomitable spirit of compassion, and forgiveness, but also brutal, violent domination of ones limitations.
    Goku has it all, loving family, friends, and freedom to do whatever. All goals achievable, all horizons accessible. But he is unhappy. He needs to fight people stronger than him, to surpass them and himself. But being a demigod at this point means always risking earth, and the very galaxy. So in a moment of grasping happiness, Goku is the one that releases Buu. Buu is a force of nature, evil incarnate, and can’t be killed, just diverted. Goku recognizes the best decision for everyone is for him to leave with Buu to fight eternally in a empty corner of the galaxy, hurling planets, powering up for eternity until they become unrecognizable swirls of energy that become the fabric of the next universe.
    Gohan left behind, has similar compassion, forgiveness, power, but only fights to protect. And any limitations (physical, philosophical) from not constant improvement can be overcome by the combined Z fighter community. So there’s room to continue the franchise without things getting too whacky, the power creep, and leaving Goku out.


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