- Screwed by the Lawyers: Inverted, believe it or not. Noticing the success of the Incredible Hulk TV series and the popularity of shows like The Bionic Woman and the Distaff Counterpart character that was introduced in The Six Million Dollar Man, Marvel was afraid that if the producers of the Hulk TV show created a female version of the Hulk, they would own the rights to the character. She-Hulk was created to ensure that Marvel would have the rights to any female Hulk characters.
- What Could Have Been:
- The She-Hulk: Ceremony mini-series began life as a pitch for an ongoing series. It was scrapped when John Byrne returned to Marvel and asked if he could do his own She-Hulk series.
- Long before She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Marvel tried to make live-action She-Hulk happen in the late '80s and early '90s with Brigitte Nielsen in the lead role. It got far enough along to take a few concept photos◊, and it was even announced as a work in progress at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival. Unfortunately, due to lack of interest (and Marvel's terrible track record with movies at the time) the project fell apart.
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