Just as much as the story of revenge revolves around Hulu’s astonishing monkey around the protagonist and the ghost of the killer, Bryce, who hunts yakuza and other assassins in Japan, there are a few Marvel cameos. There’s Fat Cobra, Lady Bullseye, and Silver Samurai. However, the series may have done something Marvel fans have been waiting for by slipping into a Mephisto camouflage flying under the radar.
Mephisto’s character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is controversial. Speculation is rising as it was confirmed in Phase 4 that Doctor Strange would stick to the ruined multiverse and reach a crescendo when he saw Spider-Man fans do “One More. Day.” – as a move to destroy his identity in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Even before that, fans had wandered around WandaVision for a possible look when the demon helped bring their kids to live in the comics. Still, unfortunately, Mephisto did not show up there.
Since this Hulu series is not a straightforward sequel, it’s not the wrong place to pay tribute to the person who happens to have the monkey who realizes that Bryce is married in his life. Talk to the blind priest who tells him to fight his inner and outer demons.
Inside, the monkey thirsts for a murder that he must question as he walks a dark path, not to mention hurt others. It even led to a massacre of his clan. So the monkey must lose the unhealthy weight and return to the light, even though Bryce needs his help to kill the people who killed her.
It ends when the monkey, a breeder, returns to his hotel room and uses the salt to build a supernatural round trap. He then pretends that Bryce is a demon, the ghost later portrayed as a red figure with horns similar to the books about Mephisto. Bryce’s anger is unleashed. Also, his voice distorted as he asked the monkey to let him go. Unfortunately, this visual representation confirms the monkey’s belief that his partner was the devil from the beginning.
They end up fixing things and eliminating their enemies. Still, Mephisto’s treatment seems subtle in the last moments when she sees Bryce ascend to heaven. After all the bloodshed, when Hit-Monkey comes out of Japan, Bryce returns and admits he has been to hell but talks to “the red man” to return to Earth.
He was bored, and now he wanted to be the monkey’s “guardian angel,” but now he could be a puppet. Many believe Mephisto may have been the devil who brought Bryce out, which is why his ghost was in that form in the beginning. Still, only time will tell whether Marvel TV will get these bragging rights to MCU.
When you see how Mephisto’s cameo can get stuck in Hit – Monkey, Hulus’ first season is streamed now.