A new piece of Daredevil fan art imagines Charlie Cox in the hero’s awesome red-and-black suit from the comic books for Daredevil: Born Again.
A new piece of Daredevil fan art imagines Charlie Cox in the hero’s red and black suit from the comics for Daredevil: Born Again. Matt Murdock is about to become a huge Marvel Cinematic Universe player following the cancellation of Netflix’s Daredevil series. After making a cameo in Spider-Man: No Way Homethe Devil of Hell’s Kitchen appeared in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law and is set to pop up in Echo. However, Cox is also about to star in his own project: Disney+’s upcoming Daredevil: Born Again. While it won’t be a sequel to the Netflix drama, it also won’t reboot the character fans followed for years in his other series. Vincent D’Onofrio’s Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, will also star in the Disney+ drama.
While Matt got a new Daredevil costume in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, fans are already hoping for a suit upgrade in his own show. A talented fan artist, Daniel Savage, shared a design of what the MCU’s take on the red-and-black suit from the comics could look like. This would be the fourth Daredevil costume adapted from the lore, including the ones he wore in his Netflix show and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Check out the fan art below:
Will MCU Daredevil Get A New Suit For Born Again?
Thus far, very few plot details have been disclosed about Daredevil: Born Again, despite filming starting in the next few months. Outside of Cox and D’Onofrio, Michael Gandolfini, Margarita Levieva, and Sandrine Holt have been tapped for mystery roles in the series. Daredevil: Born Again season 1 will also set a Disney+ record as the longest of any MCU show, planned for a total of 18 episodes. Production is expected to run for nearly 11 months, according to Cox, meaning there will be many opportunities for potential set photos.
Given that Marvel Studios has remained silent on what Daredevil: Born Again will focus on, it’s hard to guess if Cox will get a new suit. However, his new show has a different tone from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law may provide the need for a costume upgrade. Despite the red-and-yellow suit being something Matt got recently, the setting is crucial to remember in this case: When Daredevil teamed up with She-Hulk, he was all the way in Los Angeles, rather than in his native New York. Once Matt is back in Hell’s Kitchen, he may need a darker suit, not just for the story setting but also to fit his nighttime activities.
Matt’s Daredevil costume from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law could essentially be his West Coast suit, while he dons a different one in Daredevil: Born Again. The MCU is known for wanting to change up their heroes across films and TV shows while also pulling in more designs from the comics. It’s also worth remembering that the show has a different creative team, and they may want to find their own look for the hero. With Daredevil: Born Again filming coming up, it likely won’t be long until the first looks from set start to roll out online.
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