In the Final Act of “the She-hulk,” We Meet Skaar, the Hulk’s Alien Son From Sakaar.

That was certainly a grand ending, wasn’t it? In the season finale of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, every thread that had been left hanging throughout the first season was finally tied together. While some of the surprises were completely unexpected—after all, Todd was the Hulk King—they also contained the Disney+ fourth wall break for the ages.

While most of the She-Hulk standouts from the season returned, including Blonsky, Titania, Daredevil, and even Wong (though Madisynn was missed! ), there was one major event that everyone is talking about: Bruce Banner’s return from his hiatus on Sakaar and the revelation that he has a son, aptly named Skaar.

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Whoa! After Thor, who adopted Gorr the God Butcher’s daughter, Love, at the conclusion of Thor: Love & Thunder, and the late Tony, who has a young daughter named Morgan, Bruce is now the third member of the original Avengers to become a parent. He joins people like Clint Barton and Scott Lang, who have been doing the “parenting” thing for a while.

We’ll discuss everything that happened in the She-Hulk finale—K.E.V.I.N? The X-Men reference? Don’t worry, we’ll keep saying “Daredevil?“. But let’s focus on one item for the time being: Has The Hulk got a son? A son of The Hulk exists. Here is everything we know about Skaar, including his origin story, information about his Marvel Comics past, and potential implications for the future of the MCU as a result of his participation in She-Hulk.

Who is Skaar?

Skaar is Bruce Banner’s kid, as we learn at the Walters/Banner family barbecue at the episode’s conclusion. You might remember that a Sakaaran spaceship that was trying to communicate with Bruce when it caused the automobile accident that gave Jen her She-Hulk abilities was also responsible for Bruce’s departure to Sakaar in Episode 2 of the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law season.

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Bruce returns at the end of the season. And things have been worked out—he tells everyone about his son in “Whose Show Is This?” Skaar is silent when first presented, but we can see that he is wearing war gear akin to what Bruce wore in Thor: Ragnarok while he was under The Grandmaster’s (Jeff Goldblum) control. It’s anyone’s guess where things will go from here. Who is Devon Diep the New Cast Member of Bling Empire Season 3?

Who is the Mother of Skaar?

As previously mentioned, you might recall that Bruce was stranded on Sakaar for two whole years, only manifesting as The Incredible Hulk, from the time following Avengers: Age of Ultron (when he fled in a Quinjet) until the events of Thor: Ragnarok, when he reunited with Thor in The Grandmaster’s battle arena.

Skaar appears to be older than just a few years old because time works differently in Sakaar and on other planets. However, it’s reasonable for you to ask who Skaar’s mother is.

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In the well-known comic book stories “Planet Hulk” and “World War Hulk,” the Hulk frequently interacts with Caiera, a Shadow Person on Sakaar who possesses “The Old Power,” or, to put it another way, what amounts to superpowers. She joins forces with the story’s antagonist, the Red King, at first, but then deserts him and joins forces with the Hulk (who later transforms into the Green King), marrying him.

She perishes in an explosion that obliterates the majority of Sakaar, but posthumously gives birth to not one, but two sons—Skaar and Hiro-Kala—using her otherworldly abilities and a cocoon. If we encounter the second one in the MCU anytime soon is still to be determined. Who is Gleb Savchenko’s Love Partner? All Focused on His Wedding

What is the Marvel Comics Background of Skaar?

Greg Pak and John Romita Jr. created Skaar for the well-known “Planet Hulk” Marvel Comics storyline, which took place between 2006 and 2007. Skaar made his debut in What If Planet Hulk #1.

Though What If? comics, like the MCU series of the same name, operate outside of the main timeline, his first canonical appearance was in World War Hulk #5. In addition, he has had his own spin-off stories and series, such as Planet Skaar and “Son of Hulk.”

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All of which is to imply that, in terms of Marvel, he is a rather fresh character. We won’t give away too much of “Planet Hulk” and “World War Hulk,” which are regarded as two of Marvel’s best stories ever. However, Skaar ages quickly after birth (in a cocoon after his mother dies), and once he is fully grown, his main objective is to travel to earth and kill The Incredible Hulk.

That entire issue appears to have been changed by the MCU. But we’ll have to wait and see.

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