5 Ways Marvel Could Bring Daredevil Back Into The MCU
Thanks to being monstrously successful, you'd be hard pressed to find even a trailer as heavily discussed as an MCU trailer, outside of maybe a Christopher Nolan film.
The hype around these films is largely due to the character in question, and there are few superheroes in either Marvel or DC that are as interesting as Daredevil, the lawyer-turned-horned-vigilante who defends the Hell's Kitchen region of New York City.
The Man Without Fear is widely regarded as one of the coolest street-level Marvel heroes, and he had his own acclaimed series on Netflix that ran for three solid season before being unceremoniously canned. The show still (arguably) takes place within the MCU due to some references in the show to events and characters in the films, so it shouldn't be that hard, right?
Admittedly, DD had a movie spin-off in 2003 starring Ben Affleck in the title role, but the show was much more warmly received, so it makes sense to bring the character from that series back in some manner.
So, in that vein, here are the best ways Marvel could rescuscitate their blind badass in proper MCU form.