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Daredevil impostor staring.

New ‘Daredevil’ Netflix Trailer Reveals the Next Evil Villain

Calling all Marvel fans: A new trailer has been released for the third season of Daredevil for Netflix! It looks like the season will not only harken back to the storyline of Daredevil’s Born Again comic, but also show an even darker side of Daredevil that fans haven’t seen before.



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The new trailer was released at New York Comic Con on Thursday and showed the long-awaited return of the blind lawyer/masked vigilante of Hell’s Kitchen. Spoilers from The Defenders series, it seems that Matt Murdock has come back from having a large building being dropped on him. Now, Murdock is on a darker path trying to fully embrace the “Daredevil” side of his personality especially since Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin, has also returned to the spotlight after getting out of prison. The trailer shows glimpses of the return of the show’s beloved characters such as Foggy Nelson and Karen Page while also briefly introduces a possible new villain masquerading as Daredevil, is it the super sharpshooter Bullseye perhaps? 





We’ll have to see how much they might include of this possible new villain that may or may not be Bullseye if they stick to the storyline of Frank Miller’s Born Again from 1986. The story, similar to the third season, focuses on Daredevil’s descent into darkness and insanity plus his own struggle to create a new life for himself. There’s also the Kingpin’s new obsession of killing Matt Murdock after he discovers he’s Daredevil. The comic not only shows Daredevil’s downward spiral, but also Karen Page’s as she becomes a heroin addict and betrays her friend Matt in a horrible way. We’re unsure if they’ll show much of a downfall for Karen this season since she’s a reporter on the show rather than an actress in Miller’s comic run. 


However, time will only tell where these characters end up, whether they survive the season or if Matt will forget the consequences and become Daredevil for the rest of his life. All episodes of the new season will drop on Netflix October 19th which definitely seems to fit the Halloween vibes this time of year. Will you be watching? 




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Thanos reaching out his hand.

Marvel Fans Check out This Crazy ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Fan Theory!

The Marvel community doesn’t joke around when it comes to their favorite characters and heroes! That’s why fans are really taking this new fan theory to the next level. Perhaps they’re thinking too hard, or maybe they’re in for a huge surprise.




Spoiler alert if you have not seen the end of Avengers: Infinity War







After the shocking ending of Avengers: Infinity War, many Marvel fans are impatiently waiting to see how the fourth movie will bring back their favorite characters such as Black Panther, Spider-Man and most of the Guardians of the Galaxy. This is because we already know that Spider-Man and the Guardians are returning with their next installments Spider-Man: Far From Home and Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 3. One can never be too sure, but there’s a new fan theory from Reddit that states that one hero was already brought back to life: Captain America.


The Reddit user who goes by the name of Commander Wong posted a theory this week stating that Captain America was killed by Thanos during the battle of Wakanda.




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The user says Thanos ended his short battle with Captain America with a punch to the back of the head. They add that several fans wondered how Cap recovered in mere seconds from a punch that even took out the Hulk. The most logical explanation is that he didn’t. Thanos had used the Time Stone to bring Vision back and mentions how even his own surroundings went back in time. “Natasha was no longer trapped under the pillars of stone,” Commander Wong stated. “Bruce was no longer fused to rock, and Cap showed no signs of injuries that should’ve easily killed him.” 


Many fans feel that this theory is credible because it does give reasons how the remaining Avengers were able to bounce back so quickly after taking Thanos’s beating. Although, according to ComicBook.com, whether Captain America actually died and came back to life or if he was hit and got back up, the result of their defeat is unchanged.



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Captain America is still alive from Thanos’s snap and so are the original Avengers. ComicBook.com does seem to be right when they say that this theory doesn’t affect Cap or the future of the MCU. Also, the scene possibly shows how Thanos used the power of the Time Stone to bring Vision back to life in order to reverse the explosion of the Time Stone caused by Wanda/The Scarlet Witch.


On the other hand, what if there is a slight chance that the theory is completely true and it was a sign from the Russo Brothers that proves the Avengers can defeat Thanos? I guess we’ll just have to wait until next May when Avengers 4 arrives in theaters. 




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‘Batwoman’ TV Series Will Feature DC’s First Lesbian Superhero!

It would be so exciting to see Kate Kane, a.k.a. Batwoman, the first lesbian superhero in DC comics, make her first appearance on TV!


American TV network The CW previously announced that they were going to introduce Batwoman to their Arrowverse, a setting of the shared DC-comics-based universe that is featured in several of their TV series. Now, the company has announced that Batwoman will be an independent program like the other shows: The FlashArrowLegends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl. Greg Berlanti (Arrow; Supergirl; Love, Simon) will be the leading producer.



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Kate Kane, alias Batwoman, is an out lesbian living in Gotham City. Inspired by Batman, she also masks her identity and becomes a superhero to fight evil forces. Ironically, according to the BBC, “Batwoman was introduced in the 1950s as a love interest for Batman to dispel rumors of his own homosexuality. The character was reintroduced in 2006 as a gay woman called Kate Kane.” 


No matter what intentions generated Batwoman, Kate Kane has already established her own vivid story in many DC comics. She is not an accessory to a male costumed crime-fighter; instead, she gets her own adventure, embodying hope for Gotham’s citizens while dealing with her own demons. 

Let’s hail Kate, the Batwoman, and eagerly wait for the upcoming debut of Batwoman in 2019!



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