Is DAREDEVIL Silly Now? – What The Yellow Suit Means for BORN AGAIN

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She-Hulk formally introduced Daredevil into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sporting a yellow suit and a more light-hearted tone. but what does this mean for the MCU version of the man Without Fear? Is he going to be a silly MCU hero? Or will hey stay true to the Frank Miller/Netflix Dark roots?

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Written by Jack Piccone
Hosted by Ryan Arey
Edited by Harriet Lengel-Enright, Randolf Nombrado, and Rohail Mistry

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Ever since Charlie Cox debuted as Matt Murdock on Netflix’s Daredevil, Marvel fans have been clamoring to see the Man Without Fear fight alongside the Avengers.

In 2016, there were even rumors he’d appear in Civil War. In fact, if Marvel couldn’t negotiate sharing Spider-Man with Sony, there’s a chance that might’ve even happened. But it wasn’t until 2021’s No Way Home that we first got to see Matt Murdock in the MCU’s prime timeline.

It took another year before we saw him in costume as Daredevil. His first masked appearance in Earth-616 was on the Disney+ series She-Hulk, setting the stage for his own solo series. That show, Born Again, will debut in 2024, and will feature his old Netflix nemesis Wilson Fisk, played perfectly by Vincent D’Onofrio.

Seeing Daredevil in the MCU was a BIG moment for fans of the character and Netflix show. But a lot of them may have been surprised to see his costume. Instead of dark gym sweats or his traditional red outfit, Daredevil was wearing a certain shade of yellow. [CLIP: Gold Devil]

And you know what? It kinda worked. But still, it was a bit surprising to see. So today I’m going to answer a question a lot of people have been asking since Matt’s She-Hulk appearance.

Doug (confidently): When is dinner?

Ryan: What? No. The question I’m talking about is: Why is Daredevil Yellow?

I’m going to talk about the yellow costume’s origin in early Daredevil comics and why Marvel probably decided to switch it up for the MCU. I’m also going to talk about what Matt’s NEXT costume might look like—in Born Again, or even beyond in Avengers: Kang Dynasty. Before I do, let me get one other question out of the way.

Doug (confidently): What is for dinner?

Ryan: Ham and eggs.

Doug: Oh no ham for me please, it’ll make me poop through a screen door. [high five]

No, the OTHER question you might have is why I keep referring to Daredevil’s costume as yellow. Unless your TV is stuck using the Amaro filter or something, you’d probably say Daredevil’s She-Hulk appearance is more gold than yellow.

And you wouldn’t be wrong. It WAS pretty much gold, along with Daredevil’s traditional red as an accent color. The reason I keep saying yellow is because these colors are a deliberate homage to Daredevil’s yellow origins. [CLIP: Simpsons “Yellowest”]

This is important. This original yellow costume gives a lot of insight into what Marvel has planned for Daredevil in the MCU—whether he’s wearing gold, canary, lemon, or any other shade of yellow.

Doug: Mellow yellow.

Ryan: Sure. But Daredevil is anything but mellow. [CLIP: Matt wailing]

Daredevil was created in 1964 by Stan Lee and Bill Everett, with Jack Kirby providing a lot of design input. When he debuted in Daredevil #1, he wore a costume that was yellow, with black and red accents.

This original yellow costume was clearly modeled on circus acrobats. His name after all refers to stunt performers known as daredevils. Men (and women) without fear who would make death-defying jumps and other dangerous feats for audiences.

Even The Simpsons acknowledged this in one of their earliest episodes. Bart’s hero is a motorcycle daredevil named Lance Murdock. [CLIP: Lance Murdock]

He’s obviously inspired by Evel Knievel, one of the most famous real life daredevils ever. But Daredevil debuted before Evel became a household name, so it’s fitting that his Simpsons counterpart shares a name with the Marvel character.

In his origin story, Matt makes his suit out of his father’s boxing robes, which is where the colors come from. Matt’s Dad, Battlin’ Jack Murdock, didn’t want his son to use physical violence. Matt originally created a vigilante alter ego not to hide his identity from the police or media, but from his own Dad.

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21 thoughts on “Is DAREDEVIL Silly Now? – What The Yellow Suit Means for BORN AGAIN

  1. While Disney will likely tone down rhe violence from Netflix's version there is a weird hope .. the Muppets Mayhem series. How? Let me explain…
    In one episode Mayhem the band goes to the desert for a retreat & to find inspiration. They wind up eating expired marshmallows & start hallucinating! Its a thinly disguised reference to psychedelics; a rather adult subject for Disney & the Muppets to address.
    Later Peter Jackson (director of the Lord of the Rings) does a cameo. When talking with the band its mentioned that the Electric Mayhem once mwt the Feebles through Peter Jackson. Who are the Feebles? Well before PJ made LotR he started with a few ultra gory hortor comedies; Brain Dead (aka Dead Alive) & Bad Taste. He also made a VERY adult parody of the Muppet Show called Meet the Feebles. Think Muppet show with Drugs, prostitutes, criminals & other adult themes.
    So while Mayhem doesnt show the Feebles ir anything on that level it did mention them & does show Muppets tripping.

    So how does that effect Dare Devil? It may mean Disney is testing the waters & pushing the envelope a bit for what is acceptable on Disney+. If so DD on Disney+ could be more violent than She Hulk but maybe less so than Netflix's version.
    Time will tell but I feel it may be a sign that Disney has begun to realize what fans really want & will be accepting of.

  2. It’s parallelism as is the title born again. It’s not 💯 the DD you knew but it’s still DD and back but it’s a beginning so start w the yellow and red suit. Symbolism

  3. I would love some of your mentioned arks. I don’t think they have the pre civil war 2008 -2014 caliber of writers and direction I am still on the fence, but a good sign is Jon burnthol said he would only come back if it was not watered down esk in short what he said so that’s good I suppose that he is in it.

  4. Fans when Daredevil acts different in a show that’s not even his nor in the same genre: 😡😖
    In all seriousness though, let’s wait to see him in Echo to see what it is they actually do to his character. Y’all seriously cannot make a whole assumption about him for being slightly humorous in a comedy show, regardless if y’all liked She Hulk or not. Echo and his stand alone show are what will really reveal his fate.

  5. As far as a love interest dying to develop the main character… That always happens its only become an issue now in modern politics. What if a female character lost her significant other to advance her story… No one would bat an eye

  6. Jen Walters? She was horrible for him. She was not the original She-Hulk. It’s like he would be dating a super powered Karen. Also the character they wrote is so low class.

  7. I don't like the new costume at all. And I don't like him teaming up with crappy characters like she hulk, or fighting stupid villains like kang.

    Why couldn't disney just leave him alone to finish his series.

  8. DDs yellow suit was a nice footnot, like Iron mans grey armor and Hulks grey skin or Caps triangle Shield. its early days, fine tuning but crops up over the years.

  9. First off, Batman and Daredevil's eyes must, MUST, be made flush white in post-production. Otherwise, the characters look silly. Really that's all I have to say.