A new fan art depicts the Punisher and Daredevil joining the MCU with their respective series on Disney+.

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The Punisher and Daredevil are prominent as new fan art reflects the characters who will be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe soon with a new MCU and Disney+ series, Daredevil.

The fan art was posted on an Instagram page, Agt Design. It depicts some intriguing and mixed moments from the Netflix and MCU series. The Marvel fans were waiting for so long to see it on screen. The thrill and curiosity even led to launching the #SaveDaredevil campaign across all the social media platforms. In this regard, the latest fan art posted by Agt Design depicts what fans should get and what the series might look like in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


If we look closely at the fan art, the middle section of the poster depicts Jon Bernthal’s Punisher and Charlie Cox’s Daredevil. On the other hand, the lower section of the artwork includes some materials that are used from the first season of Daredevil. However, the fan art also includes other characters, such as Zendaya’s MJ and Tom Holland’s Spiderman. Centering all the characters is none other than Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin. He was the main antagonist of season one.

Right after the moment when the third season of Daredevil was released on Netflix, it was canceled and removed from the platform. At that point in time, the streaming platform just axed some MCU projects such as Iron Fist and Luke Cage. It was also deemed that The Defenders might remain a limited version of the series, and there could be hardly any next season of it. Along with it, The Punisher and Jessica Jones will also get dumped by the end of 2019.

There has been a rumor around the fanbase that Charlie Cox might return as the “Devil of Hell’s Kitchen” in Spiderman: No Way Home. However, there has been no official statement shared by the makers on this. Even the trailer of Spiderman: No Way Home has no inclusion or hint of Cox’s presence in it. But, surprisingly, there has been a report that claimed in January that Cox has just finished filming his scenes in the movie.

The Chief Creative Officer and Marvel Studio’s President, Kevin Feige, has faced multiple questions on whether Netflix’s characters will return to MCU or not. He has always dodged the question by saying: “been at Marvel long enough to never say never about anything.”

Many actors who worked in Netflix and Marvel series earlier have moved on with other projects in hand. Even Charlie Cox acted in Betrayal with Tom Hiddleston right after Netflix took Daredevil down from the platform. Other promising actors such as Jon Bernthal took on other projects after The Punisher ended. He has even played a prominent role in Ford v Ferrari. Jon got an opportunity to act in an Oscar-winning movie. At the same time, other shifted their career towards television shows and series.

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