spideyboy1111 wrote: ↑Fri May 07, 2021 2:10 amLol more like we've just been following media reportssepster wrote:It's like the trades are reading theFwoosh:
https://www.comicbookmovie.com/tv/marve ... #gs.06qpd0
"Marvel does want to bring back the characters from the show, but will treat them as new to audiences," the site claims. "It will essentially be a soft reboot of the property and characters that will act as a tip of the hat to old fans while being completely accessible to anyone who never saw Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
As much as her voice can be a little annoying ive grown to really trust Grace Randolph with beyond the trailer on YouTube. She tends to have pretty reliable sources and tends to know what she's talking about.
Shes been saying all this for a while
[Edit] not about AoS but about netflix.
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Daredevil would be their safest bet. It's easily the best received superhero TV series. Only competition perhaps being Amazon's The Boys, and most recently Invincible.
Season 3 really ties up most of the loose ends. An MCU Daredevil movie could really be separate, but still not conflict with the TV show.
A logical place to start would be 7 years later, Vanessa and her son are killed by a superpowered version of Bullseye (in full costume), and this brings Fisk (D'onofrio), and 'Murdock, Nelson and Paige' back into the fold.
And like I said earlier, introduce a new character as the audience POV who learns about Hell's Kitchen and Daredevil as if encountering them for the first time.
Daredevil: The Man Without Fear. Phase 5. They recently got the rights back. Make it happen Feige!