Born Again Fan Art Highlights The Hero’s Red And Yellow Costume

Daredevil’s iconic red and yellow costume, featured in the She-Hulk trailer, is given a gory MCU reimagining through brutal fan art.

Daredevil’s new red and yellow threads of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been brought to life by an enthusiastic fan.

Posted to Instagram by, the image shows Man Without Fear’s signature horned helmet, now yellow, shattered and bloodied from battle. The work imagines the poster of the next Daredevil: Born Again series, which was recently announced during the Marvel panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

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The 18-episode series, which is set to premiere on Disney+ in Spring 2024, will see the return of Charlie Cox as the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen and Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin. Both actors have reprized their roles from the Netflix series in recent Marvel projects. Cox made his first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a Spider-Man: No Coming Home cameo, while D’Onofrio joined the MCU in Hawk Eye on Disney+. New daredevil The series shares its name with Frank Miller’s 1986 script, although little is known about the show’s fidelity to the comics. There’s also no definitive word on how close the show is to its predecessor.

To date, all MCU content has been PG-13, suggesting that future Daredevil content will share the same rating. While Marvel Studios has yet to address born again, Cox supports a toned down version of the character. “Whether [Marvel] wanted to make a more PG version of daredevilI’m supporting them to find a way to do it where it totally lines up with everything we’ve done,” the actor said. “Maybe there’s a little less blood, maybe there’s there’s a little nonsense, but I support them.”

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Marvel teased the first look at Daredevil’s updated costume in a tag attached to the second trailer for She-Hulk. The brief moment features Daredevil somersaulting into frame before the camera pans to reveal a glimpse of the character’s new color scheme. Although new to the on-screen version of the character, the red and yellow uniform is a staple of daredevil comics. The flashy outfit debuted with the character in daredevil #1 in April 1964. The all-red suit first appeared on the cover of daredevil #7 in an underwater skirmish with Namor, the submarine.

Fans don’t have to wait long to get their first full look at the new costume in action because She-Hulk: Lawyer premieres on Disney+ on August 17.

Source: Instagram

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