The footage also allowed us to see Moses doing graffiti, so it could be a hint of what we’ll see in ‘Daredevil: Born Again’.
In the shadows of New York City, something sinister stirs. Recent behind-the-scenes images from ‘Daredevil: Born Again’ show us a hidden corner, where the image of Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin, catches the eye. But it’s no ordinary mural: it’s signed by Moses, the Daredevil icon and fearsome villain. Is this a hint that Moses will be making his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)?
The Dark Arts of Moses: More Than a Cameo in the MCU?
A video from the set of ‘Daredevil: Reborn’ shows us a hidden character with this amazing graffiti. The inclusion of Muse, known in the comics as a graffiti artist and serial killer who uses the blood of victims for his work, is not only a wink for fans, but also a dark and complex set of characters in the MCU.
Moses isn’t the only one who gets attention in ‘Daredevil: Born Again’. Set photos also hint at the return of fan-favorite characters, including Jon Bernthal as The Punisher and Wilson Bethel as Benjamin Poindexter. This creative revival of the series seems to be aiming for a darker and more complex tone, in line with what audiences have come to expect from MCU Chapter 5.
The Double Face of the Kingpin: Symbolism in Art
Kingpin’s mural is a work of art that reflects his duality: half in white and half in black, symbolizing his complex personality. This detail is not just a decorative element, but a deep expression of Fisk’s inner conflict and his influence on the world of Daredevil.
Moses’ addition to the MCU is a bold move, especially considering the comic book character’s gruesome nature. However, with the ‘Echo’ series and ‘Deadpool 3’ paving the way for more mature rated productions, Moses may well suit this new direction.
Clash in the Streets: Daredevil Vs. Kingpin
It looks like the MCU is preparing a big showdown between the street heroes and the crime kingpin. What kind of dynamics and conflicts can we expect Moses in the mix? The story of the ‘Dark Art’ in the comics gives us a hint, with Daredevil and Bladespot teaming up against Moses and his horror.
As ‘Daredevil: Born Again’ continues production, fans are speculating about Moses’ role. Will he be a symbolic cameo or a central antagonist? From past comics and the current direction of the MCU, everything points to Moses being a key character in this new era.
Possible villains in ‘Daredevil: Rebirth’
Moses’ arrival in ‘Daredevil: Rebirth’ opens the door to other iconic antagonists from the Daredevil universe. One of them could be Bullseye, known for his deadly accuracy and obsession with defeating Daredevil. His appearance adds a dynamic and personal rivalry to the series. Another potential villain is Typhoid Mary, whose multiple personalities and pyrokinetic abilities make her an unpredictable and dangerous enemy. Its inclusion can explore themes of mental illness and girl power.
We can’t help but be excited that the criminal empire and its unique strategy and fighting skills will pose a great challenge to Daredevil. The appearance of these villains not only enriches the plot, but also infuses the darkness and complexity of Daredevil’s world in the MCU.