Warning: This article contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. Read at your own risk!
Before She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 3 ended, four men jumped in on Jennifer Walters and while it may be hilarious that she screamed first before turning into a superhero, who are these people, the Wrecking Crew? Who do they work for, where did they get their weapons, and what do they want?
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law: Who are the Wrecking Crew?
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 3 marks the debut of yet another villain in the series, or so they thought they are, the Wrecking Crew, as they tried to take or inject something from Jen but miserably failed because they are, hilariously, no match for her.
The Wrecking Crew is composed of four men with varying construction tools which seem enchanted by Asgardian runes. One wears a construction helmet, another has some tactical arm pad, a masked guy carries a wrecking ball, and the leader of the band holds a crowbar.
Jen easily took four men with enchanted construction tools and one of them, the masked guy, the one who carries the pink glowing wrecking ball, tried to inject a needle on Jen's arm. It is still unknown whether he will inject her something or take a sample from her.
Well, it didn't penetrate Jen's skin, not at all, as the needle only got crooked. (It's a nice touch, though, very Superman-like.) However, they seemed to be more worried about their boss not liking it.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law: The Wrecking Crew Comic Book Origins
The comic book origins of the Wrecking Crew seem nothing like the one on She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. In the comics, they were formed by The Wrecker/ Dirk Garthwaite, an opponent of Thor on multiple occasions who wields some mystical invulnerability, strength, and a Mjolnir-like crowbar.
Garthwaite got help from other inmates such as Dr. Elliot Franklin who later became Thunderball and got a wrecking ball, Henry Camo who became Bulldozer and got a helmet, and Brian Calusky who became Piledriver and got super-fists.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law: Where Did They Get Their Weapons?
In the comics, the Wrecking Crew's weapons were enchanted after the crowbar of The Wrecker was hit by some freak lightning. In She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, however, Jen laughed at them saying they robbed an Asgardian construction worker.
With Jen's remark, it suggests that the Wrecking Crew may have robbed the armory of New Asgard and it appears that they don't possess powers beyond their weapons.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law: Who is the Boss of the Wrecking Crew?
When they failed to stab Jen with some kind of a syringe, their first thought is that their boss wouldn't be happy. This ultimately sets the fact that they are working for another villain that may have something against She-Hulk.
At first, people thought it was Titania or Kingpin who is the boss of the Wrecking Crew but She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 6 revealed that they are working under a sinister group having conversations through a website, Intelligencia.
The group seems to be comprised of scientists and despite Todd being a rich client of GLK&H, it does not discount the fact that he could be working with the Intelligencia to bring She-Hulk down. With no face yet, anyone is possible!
Aside from the death threats and hate comments, one of the doctors at the lab carries the syringe of the Wrecking Crew as he prepares for a thicker syringe to draw blood from She-Hulk!