Netflix's Daredevil starred Charlie Cox in the titular role and consisted of three seasons which ran from 2015 to 2018 before the series' untimely cancellation. Since then, fans have clamoured for Cox's take on Matt Murdock to return to the silver screen, and at last, he has.
The incumbent Disney+ series, She-Hulk, has teased the arrival of Daredevil for many weeks now, and today it delivered. However, some fans have argued that he isn't quite as they remember him from the Netflix series.
It seems the Man Without Fear is much more nimble and cheerful in She-Hulk, at least compared to how he was portrayed in Netflix's Daredevil which had a much darker and more grounded tone in comparison to the action-comedy series.
The former executive producer and series showrunner of Netflix's Daredevil, Steven DeKnight, has taken to social media to reveal that he too has noticed the revamp, and he's all for it.
DeKnight explains that it's but one of many ways to portray the Marvel Comics hero, just like his grittier interpretation. What's more, DeKnight says that as long as it's Cox in the role, he'll be invested.
Check out his tweet on the matter for yourself below (via @StevenDeKnight):
You can find out more five more things about Daredevil's return in the newest episode of She-Hulk here.