Marvel's New DareDevil Makes A Brutal But Brilliant Debut
The small screen's latest comic book adaptation promises a dark and riveting origin story...
Those who remain scarred by Ben Affleck's decidedly disastrous 2003 outing as the Man Without Fear might finally find peace with the Marvel hero.
Brit actor Charlie Cox has taken on the role of Hell's Kitchen's self-proclaimed protector in Netflix's upcoming series based on the comic book favourite, and it looks like we're in for some gritty but gripping drama.
The series will see Matt Murdock - brilliant attorney by day, and blind vigilante by night - struggle to come to terms with the deeds he must do in order to keep New York's innocent safe on the streets.
"I've been preoccupied of late, with questions of morality. Of right and wrong, good and evil," he ominously explains in the trailer.
"I'm not seeking forgiveness for what I've done, father. I'm asking forgiveness for what I'm about to do."
What follows is a lot of bloodshed, as the sightless superhero takes advantage of his heightened other senses to… well… dish out a bit of brutal punishment on those who (presumably) deserve it.
Put simply - Captain America, this ain't.
The full first season of Daredevil hits Netflix on 10th April, 2015.