There’s been a few photos and a trailer, but all off the shots of Charlie Cox in his first version of the Daredevil outfit in Netflix’s upcoming “Marvel’s Daredevil” TV series have been literally so dark that it has been near impossible to make out any details of the black suit.
Now, Film Ink magazine have made the character the cover boy of their new issue and have included the best shot of Cox’s outfit yet, a more rough-and-ready version inspired by Frank Miller’s take on the Matt Murdock character. Cox will reportedly slip into the iconic red Daredevil suit towards the end of the show’s thirteen episode run which goes live on April 10th around the world.
Meanwhile a new photo from the series shows that the show includes a boxing match poster promoting the fight between Matt’s father Battlin’ Jack Murdock, and Carl “Crusher” Creel (aka. Absorbing Man).
This has raised interesting questions – if “Daredevil” is a part of the connected Marvel universe, then Creel being represented on screen would need to be played by Brian Wade who guest starred as the character in the second season premiere of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
That is unless of course this a flashback involving a younger Creel, in which case it raises questions about the show’s timeline compared to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Speaking of SHIELD, ABC has aired the first promo for the show’s mid-season return. Sadly it is only visible to people located within the United States, but it does include the first use of a certain term on the show: