Graphic artist SPDRMNKYXXIII imagined The Mandalorian star Gina Carano as She-Hulk.

SPDRMNKYXXIII captioned his depiction of Carano as She-Hulk writing, “How about Disney Plus cast Gina Carano as She-Hulk.”

He added, “She already killed is as Cara Dune in The Mandalorian. She’ll kill it as She Hulk.”

SPDRMNKYXXIII is not the only graphic artist to depict Gina Carano outside of The Mandalorian.

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Graphic artist The Imaginative Hobbyist imagined Carano as Red Sonja.

He wrote on his Instagram, “Stand and Fight! Red Sonja – Gina Carano.”

Marvel Studios and Disney announced a She-Hulk series will debut on Disney Plus back in August 2019.

Related: Rumor: General Thunderbolt Ross and Red Hulk to Appear in She-Hulk Disney+ Series

Marvel Studios hasn’t made any further announcements regarding the show. However, rumors have indicated the show will feature General Thunderbolt Ross as Red Hulk.

In the comics, Thunderbolt Ross allies himself with M.O.D.O.K. and The Leader. They use their resources to high jack Tony Stark’s satellites and siphon the energy coming off of The Hulk. That energy is then used at Gamma Base in combination with Banner’s DNA to transform Ross into the Red Hulk.

Red Hulk

Other rumors indicate that The Abomination and The Leader could also return after first showing up in The Incredible Hulk movie.

She-Hulk Rumor: The Abomination and The Leader to be Featured Villains

There have also been rumors that She-Hulk could first appear in the upcoming WandaVision show. Others have indicated the character could debut in the third Spider-Man movie as Peter Parker’s lawyer after he was publicly accused of murdering Mysterio by J.K. Simmons’ J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

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What do you make of Gina Carano becoming She-Hulk? Would you want to see her take on the role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

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