Last year, Marvel Studios made its first foray into the world of television Wanda Vision, but this isn’t the first so-called MCU series to be released. In the years prior to Disney+, Marvel TV produced a number of hero series for Netflix, ABC, etc. that claimed to take place in the MCU, but were never mentioned in the movies.
Spider-Man: Nowhere to Go and Hawkeye The latest game-changer, Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdoch and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kim and from Daredevil Netflix series into the wider MCU. But even after that, some continued to argue that the actors were playing variants of their Netflix characters.
The plot continues to thicken recently Daredevil, Punisher, and the entire “Defenders Saga” was dropped from Netflix and made the jump to Disney+. But since Marvel has yet to settle their canon status, the official page on the company’s website may have settled the debate.
Marvel may have settled the Netflix canon debate
The official Marvel website may have just fixed it Daredevil The canon debate as the character’s screen history report mentions the events of his Netflix series, Defenders teamwork, and his recent Spider-Man: Nowhere to Go.
Matt Murdoch’s characters page on Marvel’s website includes a detailed “full report on screen” of events that Charlie Cox’s hero went through.Not only does the report detail all three seasons of his Netflix adventure, but it also mentions “It wasn’t long before Matt was hired as a lawyer to defend Peter Parker.”
Here is an excerpt of the important parts:
Soon after, Matt attended Father Lantom’s funeral, where he reconciled with Sister Maggie. Now in better spirits than before, Matt has made a complete reconciliation with Karen and Fudge, and the three of them have discussed the idea of reforming their law firm, with Karen now serving as the firm’s lead investigator and third partner .
after a while, Matt was hired as a lawyer to defend Peter Parker as Peter was publicly revealed as Spider-Man and charged with murdering Mysterio. Although Peter has done nothing wrong with the law, Matt warns him that he still has to face public opinion and advises Harold “Happy” Hogan to hire a good lawyer. As if on cue, a protester threw a brick from the window of Parks’ apartment in support of Mysterio. Fortunately, due to his high sensitivity, Matt was able to catch the brick before it hurt anyone inside. When Peter asked how he did it, Matt claimed it was because he was a very good lawyer, so that’s it.
Marvel Confirms Murdoch as Peter Parker’s Lawyer “after a while” than a dramatic ending Daredevil Season 3 seems to suggest that Charlie Cox will continue to play the same version of his character, rather than the multivariate variant that many have speculated.
Kingpin’s “Full Report on Screen” has yet to mention his history with Alaqua Cox’s Maya Lopez or his relationship with Kate Bishop Hawkeyebut it did include images from his recent Disney+ comeback.
A closer inspection of the resumes of other characters revealed that Clint Barton, Wanda Maximoff, Sam Wilson, Loki and other Disney+ stars have yet to update their pages to reflect the events of their respective series.
Did Marvel just confirm Daredevil is the MCU canon?
Debate over canon or non-canon Daredevil, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., while another Marvel TV series is one that shows no signs of slowing down after all these years. Despite the debate on both sides and the occasional new evidence, the canon status of the Marvel TV series remains a mystery with no answer in sight.
As official Marvel website now lists Netflix’s Matt Murdoch as the same one who assisted Peter Parker Spider-Man: Nowhere to Goby all indications that the series is an MCU classic, which will make a lot of people happy.
although Daredevil and Defenders Becoming an MCU classic has created several problems for Marvel Studios.since Defenders is a cross between Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cageand Iron Fistwhile the punisher appears in Daredevilwhich seems to have extended their range of Canons.
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although Daredevil It may have proven popular with audiences across all three seasons, but not all Netflix series have been equally popular. Jessica Jones, Punisherand Luke Cage Both were well received by audiences, making their reintegration into the MCU smooth, but Finn Jones’s Iron Fist The hit was much smaller.
Not only did most people seem to dislike the entire series — 37% of critics and 68% of viewers on Rotten Tomatoes — but Finn Jones wasn’t a popular choice for the role. Since he was first announced, a lot of people thought he was miscast, and the show just cemented that view.
Then again, Marvel Studios hasn’t shied away from recasts before.Mark Ruffalo replaces Edward Norton as Bruce Banner the AvengersDon Cheadle took over the role of Roddy from Terrence Howard Iron Man 2so there’s no reason Iron Fist couldn’t be similarly recast for the MCU return.
With the MCU now mostly set for 2025 projects, the events of the Netflix series are in the rearview mirror so far and need not be mentioned again. After all, even the latest episodes of the Netflix era, Punisher Season 2 took place in 2019, more than a year before The Blip.
although Daredevil, Defenders, and all of the Netflix series seem to be MCU classics, after so long, Marvel Studios can continue to make new stories with these characters, who can now introduce other heroes. The greatest joy in these series is the canon, which comes from the increased chance of seeing the same actors reprise their popular roles, but even that’s not a guarantee.
Whatever the answer to the never-ending canon question, fans will no doubt continue to discuss it and see new hints emerge in the coming months.Charlie Cox’s Daredevil will reportedly return she-hulk, Armored War, echoand his own Disney+ series later this year, which should better illustrate what he’s doing at the end of season 3 of his Netflix adventure.
All six series of “Defenders Saga” are now streaming exclusively on Disney+.