Leaked Images of His Return Hint at Potential Excitement

The next Daredevil series will be an opportunity to see the Punisher again and clearly Disney has not done things by halves for his big return.

We could announce it to you just yesterday right here on Gameblog, the Punisher, played by Jon Bernthal, is arriving at Marvel thanks to his very first appearance in the Daredevil: Born Again series. And once again, we are treated to brand new mouth-watering photos. It's going to be a real killer, literally and figuratively. Perfect for restoring Marvel's image a little.


The best version of the Punisher returns

Exciting new footage from the set of the highly anticipated series Daredevil: Born Again has been revealed, showing Jon Bernthal reprising his iconic role as Frank Castle, also known as The Punisher. The actor, covered in blood in these images, promises a series tinged with great violence, faithful to the spirit of the character he had previously played in the Netflix series Daredevil and The Punisher. His participation in Daredevil: Born Again, now under the aegis of Disney+, had already aroused the enthusiasm of fans, announcing continuity with the Marvel universe previously developed on Netflix.

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Bernthal, in an interview with Collider, shared his deep affection for Frank Castle, emphasizing the importance of remaining true to the essence of the character and the integrity of the original story. These statements build excitement among admirers of the actor and character, promising an authentic interpretation. Currently in production, Daredevil: Born Again does not yet have an official release date. The project aims to once again weave the narrative links of the Marvel series initially broadcast on Netflix.

With particular effort to integrate deep and coherent narrative elements. In addition to Bernthal's return, the series will see the return of Deborah Ann Woll and Elden Henson in their respective roles as Karen Page and Foggy Nelson. Wilson Bethel will also reprise his role as Bullseye, while Charlie Cox and Vincent D'Onofrio will once again star, playing Daredevil and Kingpin.

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The good dose of hemoglobin present in the images is quite reassuring about Disney's direction. It's true that everyone was a little afraid to see the American company completely water down the character to the point of making him too smooth. At least the soul of the vengeful warrior is still present. A very good point