As the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand, it’s inevitable that the company will continue to bring in more and more iconic comic book characters throughout history, and continue to announce project titles that fans can inspire themselves with. But one particular title revealed at the Marvel Studios panel at this year’s San Diego Comic Con may inspire fans more than anything else: the announcement of Charlie Cox’s return as Matt Murdock in a new series called Daredevil: Born Again. .
If this title sounds familiar, it’s because it’s also the subtitle of one of the most popular and influential parts of Daredevil, Frank Miller’s iconic Born Again. And, of course, this title suggests that nothing particularly good awaits Murdoch Cox, since it was this storyline that largely determined the image of suffering that has since become his lot in comics.
The series will run for eighteen episodes, which is longer than all of the Disney+ Marvel series so far. Series are usually limited to six or eight episodes, but when you consider that the original Daredevil ran on Netflix, where three seasons averaged thirteen episodes each, eighteen episodes for The Man Without Fear is not that much.
Daredevil: Born Again is set to premiere in Spring 2024 on Disney+. The exact release date will be announced later.
The show’s logo is shown below: