‘She-Hulk’: Charlie Cox’s Daredevil 'kicks some a**es', fans says it's 'long overdue'

‘She-Hulk’: Charlie Cox’s Daredevil 'kicks some a**es', fans says it's 'long overdue'
Tatiana Maslany as 'She-Hulk' with Charlie Cox as Daredevil in 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' (Disney+)

Previously fans of Daredevil were furious as the 'She-Hulk' creators teased Daredevil in the trailer and were not showcasing him until last week. It was a big rave as they kept waiting for their favorite dark superhero to share screen time on the new Marvel series. The fans are laughing hysterically and loving the portrayal of their favorite character as the episode showcases Charlie Cox's Daredevil "kicking some a**es," winning a lawsuit, and finally getting "laid" before he bid adieu. 

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The new Marvel series revolves around the life of Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) who has a complicated life as a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk. The writers initially believed they would not have been able to feature the character in the series, and were eventually told the studio was able to use the character with Cox returning to the role from Marvel Television's Netflix series. Featuring Murdock in the series allowed the writers to have the character "play in the tone" of the series and explore a "lighter side" to him from his darker portrayals previously, while still being faithful to the character as he appears in the comics.

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In the new episode, Walters takes on a new case, representing Eugene Patilio / Leap-Frog, who wishes to sue Jacobson for giving him a faulty super suit. Jacobson is represented by Matt Murdock in court and wins the case due to Patilio inadvertently revealing that he disobeyed Jacobson's instructions for using the suit. Afterward, Patilio contacts Walters asking for help against an unknown assailant. Walters arrives and battles the assailant, who she discovers to be Murdock as his superhero persona Daredevil. Murdock reveals to Walters that Patilio kidnapped Jacobson, and the two work together to rescue the latter before sleeping together. The next day, Walters attends the Southern California Law Awards gala, where she accepts the Female Lawyer of the Year award, but the gala is interrupted by an Intelligencia broadcast, which smears Walters' reputation by displaying footage of her in bed with Miller. Walters goes on a rampage, destroying the gala stage and attempting to capture a nearby Intelligencia member, only to be stopped by Department of Damage Control (DODC) agents.

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However, after the episode aired fans could barely contain their excitement and feelings over the depiction of the superhero in the series. A fan tweeted. "Man #SheHulk was perfect this week. Long overdue to see Charlie Cox as Daredevil again and it was everything I wanted." A fan wrote, "people were so concerned about if #SheHulk would do #Daredevil right then they went ahead and gave us one of the most accurate depictions, Matt Murdock being a total wh**e.. THATS MY GOAT". 

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A fan said, "ME WHEN THEY PLAYED DAREDEVIL’S THEME #SheHulk," while another user added, "Tatiana Maslany & Charlie Cox need to be cast in a romcom YESTERDAY because their chemistry is out of this world. #Daredevil’s MCU debut is everything, but above that I’m glad it wasn’t an empty fan service bit, and instead has a purpose in #SheHulk’s journey as a superhero."

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A fan mentioned, "Daredevil is back!!! This episode of She-Hulk was amazing! They gave DD the perfect treatment! Man's a goat. Came in, won a lawsuit, kicked some a**, got laid, and went. Charlie Cox 🥵." while another fan adds, "we got a comic accurate light hearted Matt Murdock who has healed from his struggles in the Netflix series, they gave him a dope a** hallway scene, and he and Jen literally F**KED. best episode of Marvel TV yet."

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After showcasing Daredevil, it is safe to say fans are satisfied with the portrayal of Charlie Cox's Daredevil. The Disney+ series, 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' will return one last time for its final episode of Season 1 on Thursday, October 13, 2022, at 12 am PT, 3 am ET and 2 am CT.

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