Once again, the distinction between superheroes and villains is fuzzier in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Emil Blonsky, who had been languishing in jail for a while, had been brought back by SheMarvel is once again undergoing dramatic changes between superheroes and villains.
-Hulk: Attorney at Law. His reintroduction as a villain who has changed suggests that the MCU is shifting its position on what constitutes a bad guy.
Emil Blonsky (aka Abomination) tends to make his long-awaited return in She-Hulk season 1, episode 2. Tim Roth’s Abomination made his MCU debut in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, which starred Edward Norton as Bruce Banner/Hulk before being replaced by Mark Ruffalo in 2012’s The Avengers.
Jennifer Walters is put in an unusual position in the Disney+ series, requiring her to defend Blonsky, who fought and nearly killed the Hulk. Emil Blonsky, on the other hand, appears to be a completely distinct person than the one fans met in The Incredible Hulk
. He’s much more Zen, reads extensively and has taken something upon himself to help others while incarcerated.