A hero well known to Marvel fans is making his first appearance in the MCU. Look at the consequences that the arrival of this character among the Avengers could have.
Everything that follows in this article SPOILE Spider-Man: No Way Home and the Hawkeye Series. Read on if you’ve seen the movie and all of the available episodes of the series or don’t mind the spoilers.
Spider-Man: No Way Home features a character from the Marvel / Netflix series for the first time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A promising novelty for fans of the superheroes that they have been able to follow for several seasons and get to know in depth.
When lawyer Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil, played by Charlie Cox) comes to legal counsel Peter Parker in No Way Home, it is obviously a milestone for the fans, rewarded for having diligently followed the superhero in his adventures on Netflix, but more importantly, it means that all the Marvel characters in the other series of the platform are also “guns” in the MCU.
The Defenders team (Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, and Iron Fist) is therefore potentially somewhere in New York City, able to pop up anytime in the movies, as well as any villains they’ve faced and who still are. living. Incidentally, Jon Bernthal’s Punisher is also officially validated.
This cinematic revelation comes the same day as the confirmation that the Kingpin, a supervillain played by Vincent D’Onofrio in Daredevil will appear in Hawkeye, a series currently broadcast on Disney +.
Small flat: the Marvel characters from Netflix have been authorized to act in a graphic violence which will not be compatible with the atmosphere generally all public or almost of the Marvel / Disney films. We must therefore take the potential arrival of these heroes with a grain of salt, because they will certainly not be able to do all the things to which viewers have been accustomed by discovering them in their series.
The advantage for Kevin Feige and the universe he oversees is that these are characters that do not need any special introduction, since fans know them in depth thanks to their series, and that they will be able to explaining to viewers less versed in the MCU the ins and outs of each event.
In any case, this is the bet that Marvel seems to be making, which more than ever is continuing its cinematic adventure on a scale never seen before, and is relying more and more on the fact that the fans watch everything and that it is to them, in priority, that the films are addressed.
Are you excited for the arrival of the Marvel / Netflix universe in the Avengers and the new storytelling that this could allow? Are you going to catch up with these series now that they are officially becoming MCU-validated?
Have you spotted all of the Marvel characters that appear in No Way Home?