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Where Is The QR Code In She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 5?

"She-Hulk" Episode 5 continues to explore what being a superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe looks like for people with normal jobs, like Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany). She's constantly having to justify her own existence against people's preconceived notions of what she should be like thanks to her status as a Hulk. The comedic value of it all — mixed with the fourth wall breaks and interesting character dynamics — is probably why the series is getting such good reviews. Empire Magazine's Sophie Butcher wrote, "Maslany is dripping with charisma and comedic timing, which come through just as clearly when in Hulk form, indicating the strength of her mo-cap performance."

But while Walters has avoided superheroism for four episodes, she starts to realize that she needs to at least take complete ownership of the She-Hulk name — mainly because influencer Titania (Jameela Jamil) copyrights it for herself. Oh dear. Thankfully, this leads to more hilarious courtroom hijinks for the mean green lawyer and the incredibly sharp-witted Mallory Book (Renée Elise Goldsberry).

But the sub-plot sees Nikki Ramos (Ginger Gonzaga) and Pug (Josh Segarra) trying to track down stylish clothes for Jennifer to wear that won't get shredded when she transforms into her She-Hulk persona. This leads to a surprising corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe involving a superhero tailor — but the side story also hides a QR code for a free "She-Hulk" comic, like in previous episodes.

It's in the Drip Broker's cafe front

It seems like Marvel Studios is constantly adding new worlds and dimensions to its various properties at the moment, whether it's Ta-Lo in "Shang-Chi," the Time Variance Authority in "Loki," or the realm of Eternity in "Thor: Love and Thunder." But "She-Hulk" Episode 5 adds an entirely new realm to explore: the superhero fashion industry. Oh yes, Pug reveals that he's trying to get his hands on the Iron Man Threes sneakers through his connection, the Drip Broker (Griffin Matthews) — which is where Nikki gets the idea for trying to sort out suitable outfits for Jennifer.

Their quest takes them to a boba tea store, which is actually a front for the Drip Broker's operations — this makes sense, since he's all about client confidentiality. While Nikki and Pug are in the store, there's a QR code that can be spotted on the wall that takes audiences to the Marvel website, where they can read a copy of Dan Slott's "She-Hulk" #10

The issue dives into Titania and why she hates She-Hulk so much in the first place. It's revealed that Titania, aka Mary MacPherran, was picked on as a teen and was dubbed "Skeeter" because a bully thought she was a pest. After getting her powers from a certain Latverian madman — spoilers, it's Doctor Doom! — she battles She-Hulk in the "Secret Wars" event. Unfortunately, Jennifer also winds up calling her "Skeeter." And so Titania's hate was born.

Obviously, that's just a very brief overview of the full story, which really dives into Titania and what makes her tick, but it's easy to see why Marvel included it since the villain is a key part of the episode.