Titania Takes Over She-Hulk’s Real-Life Phone Number
Anyone called 1-877-SHE-HULK lately? 😏
— Titania (@titania) September 16, 2022
WELL? #titaniacs pic.twitter.com/r0dIR7Wx9z
— Jameela Jamil 🌈 she/her (@jameelajamil) September 17, 2022
“Titania stands out because I believe she’s the most irritating of them, really,” Jamil made sense of in a new meeting with ScreenRant. “I think she almost doesn’t have to use her strength; she could just disturb you to death. What’s more, I feel that is a superpower that we haven’t really sufficiently used. She’s also extremely glamorous. I like the way that she’s a piece breathtaking, and I like the way that she’s totally unselfconscious. She’s totally unselfconscious thus, so unusual. We’ll see.”
Who is She-Hulk’s Titania?
Made by Jim Shooter and Mike Zeck, Titania first appeared in 1984’s Secret Wars #3, and immediately became one of the longest-running rivals for She-Hulk. While she has worked in somewhat a greater amount of a screw-up setting over the years, she’s generally associated with that contention, as well as her stints in the Masters of Malevolent and the Horrible Four.
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