You've likely heard the news by now: She-Hulk is getting her own Disney Plus series, and fans couldn't be more excited! Now, we just have to wait for all of the news to come out about it (casting, directing, plots, etc). Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk, has long been appearing in comic books.

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She's had her own comic runs on more than one occasion and has made appearances in other single series or as part of the Avengers. So there's plenty of plots they could source from when it comes to her newest live-action series.

Here are five plots we're hoping to see, and five we'd prefer that the writers just overlook, at least for now.

10 Want: She-Hulk Lives

Also known as the classic origin story. Every hero needs one, and since She-Hulk has yet to make an appearance in the MCU, we're going to need them to explain her sudden appearance. Especially for any newer fans out there (with any luck this series will draw in a newer crowd).

This is the plot that explains how Jennifer Walters balances her day job with her superhero life...and how she ends up becoming green. So we're left wondering, will we be seeing the other characters classically shown in her origin, or will they come up with something entirely new?

9 Don't Want: Fantastic Four

In this plot, She-Hulk joins the Fantastic Four. Or rather, she helped to replace the Fantastic Four. You see, the original four members of the Fantastic Four were heading out into deep space, and knowing they'd be gone for quite a while, they opted to have other superheroes take up the team to help protect the world the Four were leaving behind.

This plot is actually a lot of fun. However, the Fantastic Four have yet to be officially shown or introduced in the MCU (the previous movies don't count as canon). So we think it's too early to even consider seeing them replaced. Though maybe someday.

8 Want: Time of Her Life

In this intense storyline, She-Hulk's two sides of her life - one as a lawyer, the other as a superhero - merge into one. Jennifer Walters is forced to defend her right, along with the right of every other hero and mutant, to be who and what they are.

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It's an intense and emotionally compelling plot. For many fans, it's the best plot in her series (to date). Any adaptation just wouldn't be the same without touching upon Time of Her Life.

7 Don't Want: The Sensational She-Hulk

Once again, The Sensational She-Hulk's plot is actually fantastic. S.H.I.E.L.D. become concerned about She-Hulk going the way of her Hulk family and losing control, so they bring her in. Things go wrong (because of course, they do) and, in a weird twist that only fits comic books, She-Hulk is forced to protect the very people who had just tried to arrest her.

This plot is a great deal of fun, but it doesn't fit in well with the current MCU setting. For one thing, we need to learn a bit more about the stability of S.H.I.E.L.D. For another, the Hulk is currently in pretty good standing, publicly speaking. That may change, but for now, it wouldn't fit.

6 Want: Let Them Eat Cake

This is one of the more recent She-Hulk storylines, and it is an intense read. Jen must balance the issues of learning to deal with her anxiety and depression (the causes of which will have to be altered, naturally) with her new Grey Hulk form while doing her superhero thing as well. Oh! And let's not forget her work as a lawyer again.

Let Them Eat Cake shows She-Hulk desperately seeking out a cure to a new form of monster forced onto a cooking show star. In the process, Jennifer learns a lot about herself (and her Grey Hulk form). It makes for an interesting read and will likely be great to see on the screen as well.

5 Don't Want: Web of Lies

This is another plot that's actually quite a lot of fun. There's just a lot of complications with making it work with the MCU right now. In this plot, Jen Walters and Peter Parker are brought into the same room. Here, Jen Walters defends Spider-Man in court. Why? Well, remember all of those attacks Jonah Jameson made through the Daily Bugle? That's why.

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This plot could be a blast to watch on the small screen, but Web of Lies just doesn't fit the current MCU. Then, of course, there's the whole mess with who owns Spidey's rights and such. It's just too much to ask for right now. That said, Jennifer could defend another hero in court. There are certainly enough of them.

4 Want: Court Costs

This storyline is a single issue existing within The Avengers series. Jennifer Walters argues about the legality of the Superhuman Registration Act (as shown in Avengers: Civil War) in court. Though it's not quite that simple...because She-Hulk keeps getting pulled away to do her superhero thing.

This sort of plot shows She-Hulk at her best, as Court Costs highlights both the lawyer and the superhero, focusing on Jennifer's struggle to balance both sides of her life. This plot could and should be a basis for much of her series, as it would be perfect.

3 Don't Want: Civil War II

There are some great elements that happen in Civil War II surrounding Jennifer's character. However, we'd rather not see them in her solo series. Yes, it is brilliant to see her get involved in another war, and we did love seeing the way she handled the consequences and fallout of the conflict

However, the truth of the matter is the MCU is not ready for another war. Not yet and possibly not ever. We certainly don't want to see it happen in a solo series like She-Hulk.

2 Want: The Final Host

In one of the more recent Avengers plots, the Avengers (and She-Hulk) went up against Celestials as the fell to earth. Jen Walters becomes infused with an even heftier dose of gamma radiation than we've ever seen before.

The side effects of this extra dose have been fascinating and are yet to be fully resolved, possibly due to the fact that The Final Host did not occur as part of She-Hulk's solo series. But should Disney Plus adapt this idea, fans could finally get some answers about what this means for Jen's Hulk form.

1 Don't Want: Secret Wars

Secret Wars seems like an unlikely plot, at this point, but hope still remains that an adaptation is on the cards. This arc revolves around the Skrull invasion, which is currently not an issue in the MCU. In the comics, Secret Wars ended up pulling the one and only She-Hulk into the mix.

Specifically, Jennifer got pulled into it because one of her close friends (another superhero) died in the line of duty. At this point, the MCU should refrain from killing characters who could eventually earn their own series. After Avengers: Endgame, the cinematic universe has witnessed enough death and destruction recently.

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