She-Hulk: Attorney at Law director, Kat Coiro, talked about the changes in combat techniques between Daredevil and She-Hulk. 

Charlie Cox plays Daredevil once more in She-Hulk, and spectators’ reactions to his arrival and following character changes were mixed. 

He first appeared in the first season’s penultimate episode and dominated the entire run.  

Notably, he now fights in a fashion that more closely resembles the comic books rather than realistic movements and physicality, which is perfectly appropriate for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. 

The plot of She-Hulk centres on Jennifer Walters, the title character, and her experiences as a lawyer with a focus on superhuman cases.  

. With the help of the infamous superpowers that come with being an all-green, 6-foot-7-inch Hulk. 

In an interview with ScreenRant, Kat Coiro outlined the differences between the fighting methods of Marvel heroes Daredevil and She-Hulk.

She went on to say that while Daredevil is adaptable, skilled, and experienced, he still has flaws since he is still a human.  

Coiro goes on to say that these components are what ignite the chemistry between the pair and provide harmony since they complement one another. 

The series also emphasises his inherent flaws as a normal human without superpowers, as shown by the fact that he held onto She-Hulk when they leaped from a building.