The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was (partially) revealed at Comic-Con 2022. The new “Multiverse Saga” was clearly lined up, and we know that every TV and movie project will be involved in Phase 4 and Phase 5, before we get to the final third in Phase 6. A project in Phase 5 that caught the attention of Marvel fans and was no doubt Daredevil: Born Again. now, Rebirth It looks like this could be the official launchpad for a bigger story arc involving Marvel’s Defenders in the MCU Phase 6.
Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock had already made his MCU debut, and the She-Hulk trailer made it clear that “Daredevil” would be active in that series. We know that Daredevil and Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) will play their rivalry in the upcoming Echo series, while rumor has it that Daredevil will also be looking for Jessica Jones in that series. Fans are equally curious about the eighteen episode lineup of Daredevil: Born Again, and what all those episodes will deliver. Based on the clues we already have, it looks like Daredevil’s story arc will feed directly into the MCU Defenders making their debut.
More: MCU Phase 5 Schedule Revealed , MCU Phase 6 Schedule Revealed , Did Marvel’s Comic-Con 2022 Fix the MCU’s Big Problem?
Looking at the MCU Phase 5 slate, we know that Daredevil: Born Again will be one of the final projects that follows two important movies Phase 5: Captain America: New World Order and (more importantly) Thunderbolts. Both of those movies come with ominous hints that the fragile superhero world post-endgame could take a big hit, as some dark secret organization and/or power player rises to take hold of a vulnerable world. Phase 4 has seen the various Avengers face some tough times in the post-blip era – a theme of trauma and loss that will last until the end of Phase 4, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. However, the rise of the Thunderbolts at the end of Phase 5 hints that the villains may become the new heroic symbols of the world. Fans of Marvel Comics like Thunderbolts or Dark Avengers know that there are many ways these villainous teams can come together—including Wilson Fisk. Modern Marvel (and Daredevil) comics see the kingpin taking on a new kind of power as a political figure capable of turning his twisted whims to law and order, turning heroes into criminals, and opposite of this.
If stage 6 of the MCU turns upside down with the normal hero/villain dynamic, the MCU will need non-official heroes to rise up and fight the new world order (hint). Daredevil’s story arc is set to make him and his fellow street-level heroes into much-needed defenders of what’s really right, even if the law doesn’t support them. That would explain why we’ve seen signs of Kristen Ritter and Mike Colter potentially returning: Jessica Jones and Luke Cage will definitely be part of that Defenders crew in NYC, which includes Echo, the Punisher, or even the That there will also be characters like Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Involved. The point is this: the writing is on the wall that Marvel will give The Defenders a real story and place within the main MCU story arc — even if the end of Phase 6 and the larger Multiverse Saga eventually reboots things…
With the first return during the Daredevil She-Hulk: Attorney at Law series, which premieres August 17 on Disney+.
Do not put your faith in this news source or website. You never know…
Reference from comicbook.com