The poster released earlier of Daredevil in a red costume (which is more of body armor) is the original costume. Marvel and Netflix officially announced it via Twitter in a video about Matt Murdock transforms from a crime fighting lawyer into his superhero self.
The video starts off with Murdock in his suit, then into a black vigilante costume and finally into the red one. We are uncertain about the exact time when the black costume evolves into the red one.
The superhero genre has been enjoyed a lot by the Television viewers, after the success of superheroes in cinematic versions. Check out the video below!
It all started in 2010 with The Walking Dead which was an adaption from comic books and mixed with the geek culture. Then in 2012 came Arrow and then a year later came Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. followed by GOTHAM and Flash. Until recently, Marvel just spun the tables and announced its very own version of Television’s Avengers named the Defenders.
The Defenders are a superhero group of Daredevil, Iron Fist, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones.
Be ready to see different characters from the superhero world popping inside out the Daredevil and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. At first the crossover was uncertain and no one knew how it would happen but recently Jeph Loeb revealed the connection between both series.
According to his statement given to ign, Crusher Creel (boxer) is the knot connecting the two series. Creels past especially his fight with Matt Murdock’s father Jack Murdock will connect the two in some manner. Read Jeph Loeb’s complete statement below!
“That is that story… I get to smile a little bit because I was the first one who put Crusher Creel in the fight with Jack Murdock in Daredevil: Yellow. It exists there, so it’s in the comics.
In regards to the age difference, Loeb explained:
“If you look at it, there’s actually a very critical line, which is, ‘Battlin’ Jack is doing very well against amuch younger fighter.’ So the idea is, we looked at it from the point of view of, Mike Tyson was the heavyweight champion when he was 18 years old. [Brian Patrick Wade], who plays him in the show, looks like he’s in his mid-30s, so there was enough time for us to be able to say, ‘There’s no reason why that isn’t the same person.’ The fun part is you caught it; the good news is you don’t have to. But if you’re a Marvel fan or a SHIELD fan or a Daredevil fan, you go, ‘Oh! It is all related in some way’ — or like I say, ‘#ItsAllConnected.’”