Skaar’s introduction by She-Hulk: Attorney at Law raises the obvious question: who is his mother? As many had predicted, She-enigmatic Hulk’s plotline involving Mark Ruffalo‘s persona resulted in Smart Hulk returning home with Skaar. The Hulk’s kid Skaar is a fictional character created while he was on Sakaar in Marvel Comics. Here’s What (tvacute.com) discover.
Who is Skaar’s mother?
Skaar’s mother must be Caiera if Marvel doesn’t entirely alter Skaar’s comic book origin tale. After the Illuminati shot the Hulk into space, he met a number of people, including Caiera. Hulk met Caiera and started dating her after arriving in Sakaar and becoming an experienced gladiator. He had no idea that during their time together, his son Skaar had been secretly born on the planet, but only after the Hulk had left for Earth. After Skaar went home and began his own crusade against the Illuminati, that is when Hulk and Skaar first came into contact.
In Marvel Comics, Caiera belonged to the Shadow People, a mysterious race that originated on the planet Sakaar. She held the Old Power, a magical power connected to the planet’s natural surroundings. Caiera was able to increase her physical power and perform other amazing feats by channeling the Old Power. Only a select few of the Shadow People actually had access to the Old Power, thus her affinity for it made her a significant figure among them. The baby she eventually had with the Hulk was born in a cocoon, which helped him grow into an adult quickly due to the peculiar physiology of the Shadow People and her connection to the Old Power. Of course, this explains why Skaar in She-Hulk episode 9 seems to be fully grown.
When Caiera was 13 years old, the alien leeches known as Spikes attacked her community and devoured many people, including her family. Caiera was the only survivor, and Prince Angmo II “rescued” her by making her serve him. Caiera became the Red King’s devoted aide and Warbound Shadow as he ascended to the imperial throne. Caiera and the rest of her tribe served a warlord known as the Red King, which is how she comes into Hulk’s narrative. Hulk was made to compete as a gladiator on Skaar because of his oppression. She was given the assignment to watch over the Hulk by the Red King, but over time, she lost allegiance to him. She assisted the Hulk in revolting against him after learning of his wicked nature and subsequently consented to become the Hulk’s wife. Later, when Galactus arrived to devour her world, she passed away. Through the Old Power, Aiera gave birth to two boys after her death: Skaar and Hiro-Kala.
Will Caiera Show Up In The MCU?
It makes likely that Caiera will play a role in the film or television project that Marvel was teasing in the She-Hulk: Attorney At Law season 1 finale, whether it’s World War Hulk or something else, given her connections to the histories of the Hulk and Skaar. If the action takes place on Earth, her part might not amount to much more than a flashback, but Skaar’s live-action debut is too significant to be left unexplored. Caiera’s canonization in the MCU seems to be a matter of time.