Forget Daredevil V Batsoup, March 18th Is The Day Without Fear

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Well, that March 25th Marvel/DC showdown rumor didn’t last long.  Netflix has officially announced Daredevil Season Two is dropping a week earlier than Batsoup on March 18th.  With Punisher and Elektra joining the fray and probably more Frank Miller influences than you can shake a baton at, this season is something to get very excited about.

Marvel at the poster above then check out the teaser trailer/date announcement after the cut.

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Daredevil And The Punisher Take On Superman And Batman

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Marvel/Disney and DC/Warner Brothers have been circling each other, looking for weaknesses, as befits a pair of business rivals looking to earn some of the mighty audience dollars, the most powerful substance in either universe.

So, how has the most recent iteration of this rivalry come up?

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Moon Knight? Really?

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Daredevil has been a roaring success for Netflix, and with Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist on the way, plus Elektra and the Punisher being added to Daredevil, it does seem to be a good place for Marvel’s street level heroes to get some exposure.

As it is, rumors suggest Netflix may be interested in Moon Knight for his own show.  Who is Moon Knight?  Answer after the cut.

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Secret Wars #7 Cover Who’s Who?

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I was recently writing up my walk through for Secret Wars #6 and when I reached the end I flipped the page to see a preview of the cover for issue #7.  I had seen it before.  But as it sat there before my eyes, the longer I looked at it, the cooler I realized it was.  “Is that the Lou Ferrigno Hulk?  Forbush Man??  Goose Rider???”  What was going on with this cover?

It seems the Marvel multiverse is back and they are not happy with one Victor Von Doom.  After the cut, check out the full cover and our best guesses at who’s who.  We’ve identified must, but there are a couple we need your help with.  So get your Marvel dukes shined up and have a look…

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Daredevil Season 2 Trailer

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All of us here at Gabbing Geek loved Netflix’s Daredevil.

So, what say we check out the trailer that dropped at NYCC over the weekend?  It has glimpses of Elektra and the Punisher.  What’s not to like?

See it after the cut.

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Superhero TV Poll

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The Flash returns tonight to the CW, and fans probably couldn’t be happier.  But there’s a lot of superhero bouncing around TV right now.  Which one excites you, dear reader, the most?  Answer the poll after the cut.

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The Secret Wars Power Rankings – September 28, 2015

powerThe best part of Marvel’s Secret Wars is that virtually every facet of the massive event starts with an issue #1.  This presents 49 different jumping on points.  Some stories may be based on characters you know, some series may be from another event or world you’ve read about, but all of them are different enough that you can pick up the series and start reading.  With that in mind, we’ve harnessed the powers of Jimmy Impossible (who’s actually reading the entire event) to power rank every single Secret Wars series.  Each week the rankings will change as new issues come out, so come take a look at the latest power rankings after the break!

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The Secret Wars Power Rankings – September 21, 2015

powerThe best part of Marvel’s Secret Wars is that virtually every facet of the massive event starts with an issue #1.  This presents 49 different jumping on points.  Some stories may be based on characters you know, some series may be from another event or world you’ve read about, but all of them are different enough that you can pick up the series and start reading.  With that in mind, we’ve harnessed the powers of Jimmy Impossible (who’s actually reading the entire event) to power rank every single Secret Wars series.  Each week the rankings will change as new issues come out, so come take a look at the latest power rankings after the break!

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The Secret Wars Power Rankings – September 14, 2015

powerThe best part of Marvel’s Secret Wars is that virtually every facet of the massive event starts with an issue #1.  This presents 49 different jumping on points.  Some stories may be based on characters you know, some series may be from another event or world you’ve read about, but all of them are different enough that you can pick up the series and start reading.  With that in mind, we’ve harnessed the powers of Jimmy Impossible (who’s actually reading the entire event) to power rank every single Secret Wars series.  Each week the rankings will change as new issues come out, so come take a look at the latest power rankings after the break!

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Marvel’s Civil War Caused By Captain America: Civil War

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“I’m a two soda kinda guy.”

It was only a matter of time before more details emerged about the Marvel Studios reorganization that led Kevin Feige to directly report to Disney Studios rather than Marvel COO Ike Perlmutter.  The Hollywood Reporter revealed that it may have been the budget for Avengers 2.5 Captain America: Civil War that was the final straw.  Follow the link for more interesting details, but the biggest takeaway that surprised me is that Marvel TV shows (including Agents of SHIELD and the Netflix series) will remain on the Perlmutter side of the fence rather than the Feige.  The Netflix series have been too new to overlap much, but SHIELD has had some interesting movie tie-ins.  Will those continue or will the two mediums begin to separate?  Perhaps we’ll find out when Agents of SHIELD starts back up and Jessica Jones releases on Netflix in the next few months.