Artist Josh Nizzi has worked on a number of productions as Concept Artist, and he was involved with the design of the costume for the Netflix show.
On his site, he's posted two images of concept artwork he created... have a look and see if you like his designs better than the final product on-screen.
On Friday, I found this curious listing on Marvel.com...
It was a solicit placeholder for a Daredevil and Punisher Infinite Comic coming out in March, and there's also a #2 solicit as well.
Later on that day, Punisher Central found an image drawn by Reilly Brown, and they say whatever this project is will be coming out in May. More details at their site:
Obviously this is timed to coincide with the Netflix show... Marvel is also reprinting the Daredevil vs Punisher TPB by David Lapham as well.
More details about this DD/Punisher Infinite Comic as soon as I can get them...
UPDATE: Some May solicits have leaked online, and Newsarama posted this:
"A simple change of venues for one of Matt Murdock’s cases becomes more complicated when THE PUNISHER attempts to send the defendant away…permanently!," reads the issue's solicitation. "If DAREDEVIL and BLINDSPOT want to get this mobster his day in court, it will take every ounce of wit and wile they have. All Frank needs to get what he wants is a bullet. The race is on!"
The summary continues for the Irwin Allen TV show from 1983... as Daredevil confronts Leopold's attorney, and meets a stereotype of a goon...
ToyArk.com visited the Pre-Toy Fair event today, and took some pics of a new line from Mezco. Included in the line are three different Daredevils, red, yellow and black costumes.
The site has a full gallery of the DD figures, as well as Captain America and Punisher. Expect the figures to ship in November.
Want to get in shape just like Charlie Cox did for his role as Daredevil on Netflix?
Well, now you can follow his training routine, thanks to BodyBuilding.com and Train Magazine, which showcases all the details of his workouts and his dietary plans.
Netflix Italy posted an interesting promo for the Daredevil show today... is there trouble ahead for Matt Murdock?
Marvel's Jeph Loeb and actress Elodie Yung spoke with the press at the TCA a few weeks back, and Collider has a transcript of the talk.
Yung speaks about her audition process for the Elektra role, and Loeb talks about some of the decisions made for the tone of Season 2.
Action Academy has a new interview with Daredevil stunt double Chris Brewster, and there's lots of focus on the stunt business and skills. Have a read!
CBR has posted a very informative interview with Jon Bernthal from last week's TCA.
Bernthal has some great comments about playing Frank Castle and he says his Punisher will be "completely unapologetic".
The summary continues for the Irwin Allen TV show from 1983... as Freddie learns Matt's secret and Ben Urich is introduced to Daredevil!
Collider has a nice feature with Deborah Ann Woll and Elden Henson as they discuss season two of Daredevil and what the Punisher brings to the show.
Some interesting quotes:
Woll: "For a lot of different reasons, I have a policy that I don't actually watch the work that I do. There are all kinds of reasons to do that, but one really interesting side effect that has come about from that is that I have no imagery of the show that isn't from first-person, through Karen's eyes. So, I haven't actually seen Daredevil more than twice, in my life."
Henson: "This is just from a personal standpoint, but the energy and excitement that people bring, being new on the show, gets us all super pumped. When we heard Jon [Bernthal] was going to play The Punisher, I know I was like, 'That’s perfect casting!' He's like an exposed nerve. He's just really, really intense. I was excited. We just have such a great group of people on our show, with cast and crew and everyone, so any time we can get more people at the party, it's always good."
The new LEGO Avengers game has over 200 different characters, and both Daredevil and Jessica Jones are playable.
However... fans expecting the Netflix versions aren't going to get them, as Jones appears as Jewel and DD is in his regular red costume.
Game Informer goes into great detail to help you find the characters in the game, so check it out if you're interested.
The summary continues for the Irwin Allen TV show from 1983... hope you're enjoying this new feature on the site!
Here's a preview of DAREDEVIL #3, as we learn more about Tenfingers and the Hand!
DAREDEVIL #3, by Soule, Garney and Milla ships January 27th.
Coming in June!
Coming in May!
This Daredevil bust bank is also coming your way in March! $19.99 pic.twitter.com/0krrLNXST6— Daredevil Manw/oFear (@manwithoutfear) January 20, 2016
At Hot Topic!
Already at your comic store!
Shipping today: Marvel Contest Of Champions Daredevil Life-Size Standup $39.95 pic.twitter.com/1cTTElhmZh— Daredevil Manw/oFear (@manwithoutfear) December 30, 2015
Look for these, already out!
Just got a press release from Marvel with details of Daredevil, Punisher, Jessica Jones, Deadpool merch pic.twitter.com/hZlsZxDUKv— Daredevil Manw/oFear (@manwithoutfear) November 19, 2015
Some interviews from the weekend's TCA presentations have some interesting views from Jon Bernthal and Charlie Cox...
First up, an interview with Entertainment Tonight, with Cox mentioning some curious news that he could be replaced for a Daredevil appearance in Marvel films...
Next, Bernthal and Cox talked with Collider, and had a great discussion about the characters and what's coming for Season 2...
April 2016 solicits are now on the site, and we've got DAREDEVIL #6 (with a fantastic Bill Sienkiewicz cover) and an early solicit for the first TPB for the Soule/Garney run!
It was a long day for members of the Television Critics Association, as Netflix presented many of their shows, and the last panel of the day was for Daredevil.
Showrunners Doug Petrie and Marco Ramirez were joined by Elden Henson, Deborah Ann Woll, Jon Bernthal, Charlie Cox and Elodie Yung.
Panel guests were shown a clip of Elektra and Matt.
Elodie Yung spoke about her role as Elektra...
More from the show...
"Elektra is kind of a sociopath. This world is a game for her. She’ll use anything she needs to get to her goal.” - Elodie Yung #TCA16— Daredevil (@Daredevil) January 18, 2016
"Punisher's superpower is his rage. That he’s not going to quit. That he’s going to keep going no matter what.” - Jon Bernthal #TCA16— Daredevil (@Daredevil) January 18, 2016
Earlier in the day, Deadline reported that Netflix is looking to spinoff Punisher from the second season of Daredevil.
While not official, this Punisher series would be in addition to Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Defenders.
This afternoon, Entertainment Weekly had an interview with actor Jon Bernthal about his role as Frank Castle.
"This is a guy who pushes the envelope. He's brutal, but he's coming from a place of unbelievable hurt. And the best thing about the character is he just doesn’t care. It's a highly personal mission he's on and if he offends you, it's completely unimportant to him."
Announced today at a panel for the Television Critics Association, JESSICA JONES will return for a season 2.
While no word on when it will happen, Netflix is already promoting it.
If you call that number (and don't get a busy signal), you will get Alias Investigations' voice mail.
Anyone want to try sending mail to the address in the promo too?
It's the site's 20th anniversary, and here's a special new feature I'm introducing! I hope you enjoy this look at unpublished scripts.
First up is an unproduced 1983 script for a Daredevil TV show and I hope to write out a summary each week.
In the future I hope to write about the Miller/Simonson script for DAREDEVIL 235 and many others.
The 20th anniversary celebration continues, with this new interview with actor Peter Shinkoda!
We discuss the Daredevil show and his role as Nobu (and if he'll return). Many thanks to Mr. Shinkoda for this quick chat.
The 20th anniversary celebration continues, with this new interview with Chris Brewster, Charlie Cox's stunt-double on the Netflix show!
We talk about the stunt team and his new-found appreciation for the Daredevil comics and fandom. Many thanks to Mr. Brewster!
And here we are.
I don't believe it, can you? I've been working on this site for twenty years. I've known my site longer than I've known my wife and kids!
In 1996, I was a university student, struggling to get myself through my final year and the World Wide Web was still really new. Some of my classmates were making "home pages" and learning this new language called HTML.
I really can't tell you why I made a Daredevil site to learn HTML. He was my favourite character, but I had really stopped reading for a few years, as I just bought the issues following "Tree of Knowledge" but never read them. By this time, the JM DeMatteis/Ron Wagner/Bill Reinhold arc was almost done.
But a strange thing happened... I enjoyed updating the site, cataloguing the information, and helping people learn about the character. Corresponding with fans all over the world was such a new concept (to me anyway).
It helped me rediscover my appreciation of the character.
And so, here we are.
Thank you for visiting, if this is visit 1000 for you, or visit 1. It's great to have "met" all of you.
To help celebrate, I'm going to post two new interviews later today and the first part of the DAREDEVIL: LOST TALES feature on the Irwin Allen unproduced TV show.
Hope you enjoy all of those, and thank you once again.
-- Kuljit Mithra
Jon Bernthal's Punisher on Daredevil Season 2 is Extraordinary, says Marvel EVP
Jeph Loeb spoke with ComicBook.com about Jon Bernthal and Elodie Yung's performances in Daredevil Season 2...
Steven DeKnight tells us what he's been doing post-Daredevil
Former DD showrunner Steven DeKnight speaks with Hypable about his secret projects coming soon, and what he's been doing since the end of the first season...
Daredevil showrunner responds to Frank Miller's diss
So what did Daredevil's Doug Petrie think of Frank Miller's comments about the show and Elektra?
Daredevil Promo Card
There's a new Daredevil promo card for season 2 that has the poster on the front, and this SPOILER(?) filled synopsis printed on the back...
Another day, another Daredevil promo... which continues the theme from yesterday...
And if you missed yesterday's poster...
Get ready! It's officially confirmed... March 18th will see the release of Daredevil Season 2.
Here's the latest promo that reveals the release date at the end.
Now to go talk to my boss about booking that day off...
UPDATE: The poster!
If you've loved the advertising campaigns for DAREDEVIL, I found out today that Ignition Creative is the company behind them.
Whether you've seen the motion posters, the print ads, the social media, outdoor billboards and more, the team has been working on a complete campaign for the show.
Have a look at their site for more information on the various things they created for the show... and the data about the advertising reach is interesting to see as well.
To celebrate Netflix's launch in 130 countries today, this special video was released for DAREDEVIL!
Still no official word on when Season 2 is coming our way, but this is a cool teaser.
ICYMI: New DAREDEVIL teaser to celebrate Netflix Worldwide today https://t.co/tSXjB1wbAn— Daredevil (@manwithoutfear) January 6, 2016
If you've seen the promo pics from ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, you may have also seen that the print magazine copy also says "March". This led to sites speculating that we would be seeing Daredevil sooner than we expected.
I contacted EW's editor and he said that March was not confirmed and should have been removed.
Today, ComicBook.com has posted that, according to their sources, Daredevil season 2 will be coming out on March 25th.
Why does March 25th sound familiar? That's the day Batman v Superman also comes out. Coincidence?
If you are thinking of taking the day off, you may already have the day off... it's also Good Friday.
Updated from last night...
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY has some new pics in higher resolution from yesterday, and they also have some details about the new season.
There were also some other pics released today as well through Netflix. Here's all of them!
Several of the recent relaunches for Marvel have gone back for second printings, and DAREDEVIL #1 is among them.
Here's a first look of the reprint cover, which has a colored logo and is marked with "Second Printing".
If you want to order the comic, let your shop know about code OCT158857.
It is scheduled to arrive in stores January 20th, 2016.
Retro Punch has a great feature today, as DAREDEVIL writer Charles Soule does a commentary on his first issue with Ron Garney and Matt Milla.
Soule talks about the artwork, some of the supporting cast and how he wanted to continue what Mark Waid did but make his own mark.
Here's a preview of DAREDEVIL #2, as we learn more about Tenfingers!
DAREDEVIL #2, by Soule, Garney and Milla ships December 23rd.
March 2016 solicits are now on the site, and we've got DAREDEVIL #5 with two covers and new printings of some classic omnibuses.
DAREDEVIL 3 has two variant covers, and today Comic Vine has an exclusive first look at the cover by Paolo Rivera!
Also another update, in case you don't follow the site on Twitter (@manwithoutfear), there's a second printing coming for DAREDEVIL #1, and you can let your shop know this code "DAREDEVIL #1 SEC PRINT (OCT158857)" to get it ordered.
While there weren't any nominations for the cast of DAREDEVIL from today's Screen Actors Guild list, there was a nice surprise as the stunt team was nominated.
The full nomination is "Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series"
Congrats to Phil Silvera, Christopher Brewster and the many other members of the stunt team!
It appears Marvel and Netflix have surprised everyone by releasing a short teaser for season 2 at the Comic Con Experience show in Brazil yesterday.
User "cherryvane" on Tumblr was there, as Netflix panel guests were shown a scene with Daredevil vs Punisher.
If you don't mind being spoiled, head on over and read the gruesome scene details. Hopefully the teaser will be released soon!
Entertainment Weekly is doing a Best of 2015 feature, and Daredevil's hallway fight is on their list.
They spoke with fight coordinator Philip Silvera about the planning and execution.
The five-minute-long take took a day to film, and Silvera describes the exhaustion involved.
DAREDEVIL #1 was released today! For those of you who picked it up, what did you think of the change in direction and tone?
Just in time for the new series, there are several interviews and articles to check out.
First up, writer Charles Soule talks about taking over the reigns of DD:
Marvel.com asked Soule what his favourite DD stories are:
Marvel.com asked Ron Garney about his DD work, and he shared his sketchbook:
The Watcher sat down with Soule and talked about DD and Inhumans:
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