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A lover of Netflix’s Daredevil series has created a cosplay that incorporates Matt Murdock’s two identities working as a lawyer, and the vigilante known in Season 1 of the show as the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen.
Confident_Door8862, a Reddit user, posted a collection of photos showing his costume in both. Three of the photos show the cosplayer in a suit with a tie, Daredevil’s iconic red glasses and hair that is tousled. In a nod to the character’s propensity to be a victim of fights, leaving injuries that he tried to hide in daylight hours, the character includes a bloody lip and some bandages that cover his face.
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The other two pictures show the black outfit that Matt wore in Season 1 for his vigilante missions, complete with a mask that covers his eyes as well as ropes that are wrapped around his hands to shield them.
Daredevil’s TV Evolution Through Costumes
Daredevil began airing on Netflix in 2015. Charlie Cox played Matt Murdock who was an attorney during the day who is the Daredevil of Hell’s Kitchen. The show’s first season, Matt obtained a red costume sporting a horned helmet which was inspired by the helmet featured in the Marvel comics that influenced the show, and was referred to from that point on as Daredevil.
Cox returned to his character in two Marvel Cinematic Universe productions since Daredevil was removed in 2018. He will also lead an upcoming show in 2024 called Daredevil born Again. In 2021’s Spider-Man The No Way Home series,he appeared as Peter Parker’s lawyer without specific connection to his superhero character However, in the Disney+ series She-Hulk, Cox played Daredevil wearing a red and yellow costume, which pays tribute to the comic character’s first costume.
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Daredevil : Born Again will bring Cox together with his Daredevil stars Vincent D’Onofrio, and Jon Bernthal in their roles as Wilson Fisk (a.k.a. Kingpin, and Frank Castle (a.k.a. the Punisher. The new series is recasting Daredevil, but it’s not known yet if other actors from Netflix Marvel’s series will return for the MCU reboot.
Disney+ offers all episodes of Daredevil. Daredevil Born Again will air in 2024. The show will air the first season consisting with 18 episodes.