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Who Sketches The End Credits For Disney+'s She-Hulk?

Disney+ has proven to be very good at developing Marvel properties for the realm of streaming (via Rotten Tomatoes), and their efforts have resulted in some uniquely entertaining titles, such as the superhero workplace comedy "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." The Certified Fresh series rarely disappoints and has arguably become a must-see endeavor that fans will watch from the beginning all the way to its noticeably well-crafted credits.

The long-awaited debut of Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a much different experience than previous Hulk-related titles. But the fourth-wall-breaking legal comedy has plenty of Easter eggs, hulk-smashing action, and intriguing characters like many of the other shows and movies within the ever-expanding shared universe. Whether it was the Intelligencia teases, Emil Blonsky's (Tim Roth) therapy group, the return of Wong (Benedict Wong), or the introduction of his new bestie Madisynn the "Sopranos" spoiler, there is no denying that there are numerous reasons for viewers to watch every second of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law."

But it isn't just what happens in each entry that is worth noting. Usually, the post-credit scenes are the main reason people stick around. But that isn't the case with "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." The end credits for the show have some absolutely magnificent artwork portraying the characters, including the finest mean green lawyer machine ever to come out of GLK&H Law Firm. Some people that enjoy the series and the works of art featured in the closing moments may be wondering who is responsible for these Marvel masterpieces.

Kagan McLeod is the artist behind the She-Hulk end credits art

Kagan McLeod is the talented individual behind the fantastic works of art featured in the credit sequence for "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law." On August 18, 2022, the outstanding artist took to Twitter to let the world know his mastery was the force behind the spectacular designs for each entry's gorgeously realized credits.

The artwork seen capping off every episode has featured some notable moments with the scene-stealing Nikki Ramos (Ginger Gonzaga), including her watching Daredevil take the walk of shame and checking out Augustus "Pug" Pugliese's (Josh Segarra) impressive Avengers-themed sneaker collection that may have hinted at the impending arrival of certain mutant-related personas. But that's not all, as there is an assortment of other great depictions, including extra courtroom scenes, moments with Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), and She-Hulk interactions with fans (via Imgur).

McLeod has been a commercial illustrator for over two decades. His work has been published under the banner of several big-name outfits such as GQ, New York magazine, and the Wall Street Journal (via Penguin Random House). The fantastic artist is responsible for creating graphic novels like Infinite Kung Fu and has also done the artwork for several well-known comic franchises, including "Cobra Kai," "Street Fighter," "GI Joe," and "Samurai Jack."

If the end credits scenes in "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" aren't enough for some viewers, fans can check out more of Kagan McLeod's excellent work on his website, KaganMcLeod.com, and by following his Twitter.