These Marvel comic franchises deserve the Telltale treatment

Dealspwn: "The time is right for The Man Without Fear to make a transmedia comeback. In our opinion the Netflix series was something of a masterstroke for the blind barrister thanks to some stellar casting, brutal action and a stupendous performance from the ridiculously versatile (and newly shaven) Vincent D'Onofrio. With a second season in the pipeline for next year, a well-timed game could really round out the universe and cement Daredevil as a top-tier hero outside of the graphic novels.

More to the point, though, the fact that Matt Murdock is also a lawyer grants huge potential for investigations and courtroom procedural drama too."

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TheImprobableMulk1034d ago

Absolutely agreed on Daredevil included in this list if it's based on the Netflix series, and had the cast do voices for it. I'd play it just for Fisk. That, and you know, the ridiculous levels of violence.

Blues Cowboy1034d ago (Edited 1034d ago )

Yeah, the series was immense. Never rated Daredevil but the Netflix casting and scripting was spot on. And the fight scenes... wow. Kinda Raid/Oldboy-esque in places.

Agree tho, Kingpin stole the show! Can't believe it's D'Onofrio, didn't recognise him without the hair/beard!

bggriffiths1034d ago (Edited 1034d ago )

I think a lot of the most popular Marvel brands (X-Men, Avengers + Spidey) are a bit too family friendly for Telltale to get stuck into as they're (Telltale) at their best when going darker. My non-movie Marvel knowledge is pants though. Give me another season of Wolf Among Us though for sure.

Blues Cowboy1034d ago

"Give me another season of Wolf Among Us though for sure."

Yes. Absolutely yes. I hope that Telltale aren't taking too much on too soon, that's what sparked their slump in reputation and quality just a few years ago (pre-TWD).