The moment Marvel fans have been waiting for all year has finally arrived! Daredevil suits up for Season 2 on Netflix, and Matt Murdock has some deadly new friends and foes alike to keep things in Hell’s Kitchen more punishing than ever. See for yourself, as Daredevil battles The Punisher in our first full Season 2 trailer!
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Before Marvel’s Daredevil officially confirmed The Punisher would take center stage in Season 2, producers described Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock as one bad day from becoming Frank Castle. Now, Jon Bernthal lays out the line verbatim, as a new teaser confirms the full Daredevil Season 2 trailer will arrive Monday, February 15.
If there’s one thing both TV and movie branches of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have taken to heart, it’s that no costume shall be worn without some functionality. We certainly saw that with Netflix’s Daredevil, saving Matt Murdock’s comic-costume for the very end, but should we expect the same Season 2 treatment for Punisher and Elektra?
Surprise! Earlier this week, word got around that Daredevil Season 2 might go head to head against Batman and Superman with a March 25 premiere, but it seems Matt Murdock will beat even the world’s finest to the punch. Not only will we have Daredevil Season 2 a week earlier, but check out the latest teaser and poster!
Just when you thought Daredevil Season 2 would keep all its cards until 2016 (anytime ya wanna drop a Bullseye casting, Marvel … ), even more photos have emerged from the 2016 premiere. Get our best look at Daredevil’s suit, along with Jon Bernthal’s Punisher, Elektra, Foggy, Karen, and a major Season 2 sequence!
Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil leaked another early treat for fans last night, as our first Season 2 photos spotlighted a deadly meeting between Matt Murdock and Jon Berthal’s Punisher, but the best was yet to come. Get inside scoop on Marvel’s “walking NRA ad,” as well as the season’s faster pace, love interest, and a new photo of Matt in action!
The grand debut of Daredevil Season 2 footage from New York Comic-Con quickly made its way online, but will we be so lucky with the next trailer? A new report has emerged of trailer footage screened at Brazil Comic-Con has emerged, teasing our first major throwdown between Daredevil and The Punisher.
We’re just one day away from the Netflix premiere of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, and already looking ahead to Daredevil Season 2, but with so much of Luke Cage already established in our second Defenders series, many a rumor have spread over the absence of Iron Fist news. Now, Marvel boss Joe Quesada shoots down recent reports Iron Fist has been downgraded to a film, as well as the possibility of a Punisher extension.
Marvel has revealed a slate of new titles at a retailer summit in London ahead of this weekend's MCM Comic Con, including the long-touted second Iron Man book from Brian Michael Bendis, International Iron Man, which sees him reunited with his former Daredevil collaborator Alex Maleev.
Marvel also announced a new Punisher series from Becky Cloonan and Steve Dillon; a Nighthawk series from David F. Walker, with no artist named; and a Hyperion series from Chuck Wendig and Nik Virella, plus a digital first five-issue mini series, X-Men: The Worst X-Men Ever, from Max Bemis and Michael Walsh, which is not about Maggott and is therefore misleadingly named.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our years on the Internet, it’s that there’s no aspect of comics that can’t be broken down and quantified in a single definitive list, preferably in amounts of five or ten. And since there’s no more definitive authority than ComicsAlliance, we’re taking it upon ourselves to compile Top Five lists of everything you could ever want to know about comics.
Halloween is just over a week away, so this week we're counting down different comic renditions of the original literary monster, Frankenstein! Since the publication of Mary Shelley's novel in 1818, the story of the Modern Prometheus and his monster has been adapted into basically every other medium there is. While people probably known Frankenstein's monster best from Boris Karloff's portrayal in the Universal series of movies, the lurching metaphor for the consequences of man's hubris has been no slouch in comics either. Join us as we count down comics' five best portrayals and adaptations of Frankenstein.