‘Daredevil: Born Again’ Debuts New Logo at D23
Few days are as important to Marvel fans as the highly-anticipated D23 event that takes place annually in Anaheim California.
It may stand alongside San Diego Comic-Con as the most important announcement day for Marvel, as both present the opportunity for president Kevin Feige to present to fans just what’s in the works for the coming years.
Although D23 is always set up for Marvel to focus on everything from their video games, to their expansive work on the Avengers Campus theme park, to its Disney+ series and theatrical releases, this year provided plenty of content on the upcoming MCU title.
Of all of those titles, there are few as anticipated by fans than the return of Matt Murdock to the fold, and what that story could mean for the character’s place in the universe moving forward.
D23 presents the perfect opportunity for discussion on that project, as a brand new Daredevil: Born Again logo was unveiled at the panel for the event.
Production doesn’t kick off until next year for Marvel Studios’ Daredevil: Born Again, but #D23Expo got to hear from the stars themselves. Welcome back to Hell’s Kitchen: https://t.co/D8dWeGP1ms pic.twitter.com/nCtlekTe9a
— Daredevil (@Daredevil) September 11, 2022
Kevin Feige was joined on the stage by Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrion, who are both adored by fans for their roles as Matt Murdock and Wilson Fisk.
Presenting one of the best dynamics in all of the MCU, the two brought to life the incredible Daredevil story for four seasons on Netflix, with this marking the fateful and long-awaited return of the character’s journey.
There may not be a series that fans have such high expectations for than Daredevil: Born Again, which is slated to feature a massive 18-episode season in which the character is reintroduced to MCU viewers.
With his appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home marking his return, Matt Murdock will be seen as Daredevil for the first time in an upcoming episode of She/Hulk, and it should be a monumental moment prior to the arrival of his very own series.