The marketing for Daredevil Season 3 continues to ramp up as we inch closer to the show’s giant presentation next week at New York Comic-Con. Following a series of promotional teasers, we finally have a new one teasing Wilson Fisk’s revenge on Matt Murdock and a cool poster drawn by Daredevil artist Paolo Rivera. Let’s talk about the Kingpin teaser first.
Easily one of the biggest highlights of all the Marvel-Netflix shows combined is Wilson Fisk’s “I am the ill-intent” speech in Daredevil Season 1 as it is emblematic of the final stage in his transformation into New York’s kingpin of crime. From the looks of this teaser and the gravitas Vincent D’Onofrio delivers in his speech, Daredevil Season 3 is going to be all about D’Onofrio going full-Kingpin, out to fully bring the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen to his ruin.
As for the poster, it’s one of the rare Marvel-Netflix NYCC posters not drawn by Joe Quesada. Instead, we have Paolo Rivera, one of the many celebrated artists to ever draw the Man Without Fear. More commonly associated with Mark Waid‘s lighthearted DD run, Rivera takes a page from Hornhead’s former grim and gritty artists Alex Maleev and Michael Lark to deliver a poster that promises lots and lots of blood.