Hulk has long been pushed aside in the MCU as the green Avenger hasn't starred in a solo outing since 2008's The Incredible Hulk - in which he was played by Edward Norton.
Marc Ruffalo has taken over as Bruce Banner for eight live-action appearances, but he has yet to take the solo spotlight again.
The nine-episode Disney+ legal comedy will star Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walters, the cousin of Bruce Banner who gets her own gamma green transformation after a blood transfusion.
Marvel Studios has introduced plenty of CGI characters over the years, but this will be the first time a motion-capture character will take the leading role on Disney+.
With VFX hold-ups plaguing Hollywood productions and causing delays due to the COVID-19-induced backlog, Marvel Studios couldn't have picked a much worse time for this step.
As reports indicate the backlog is only just beginning to ease, the first full look at She-Hulk just debuted, and not everybody is happy.
Marc Ruffalo's Smart Hulk appears suitably polished in most scenes, while Tatiana Maslany's She-Hulk noticeably sticks out as being somewhat unfinished in the majority of her clips.
Marvel Studios - much like most of the movie industry - has been suffering great difficulty as of late due to VFX delays.
She-Hulk is a nine-episode series starring a fully CGI-created hero, making the project an enormous undertaking from a post-production perspective.