Netflix and Marvel, the reunion

The series Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Daredevil offered on Netflix have had some success and deserved it, because they are well done and well played. Although you may like one or another, the fact remains that these Marvel characters are interesting.
Netflix does not stop there since Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) and Charlie Cox (Daredevil) met to The Defenders, a kind of three crossover will happen on the streaming platform this year. Note that you will also have onscreen The Punisher and Iron Fist, in the same genre. I do not expect all these series to be good, but I like the idea of ​​building the universe as broadly as possible, most importantly with Marvel characters really underrepresented.

We are tired looking at the same characters in so many reboots and remakes, which is damn shame when you see the number of superhero available in the Marvel’s Universe! I read elsewhere that Deadpool 2 (in theater) would also be the opportunity to discover new people and new powers.

In short, this is one more reason to support Netflix, which is the first alternative to the aging (and distressing) TV, packed with pubs and bad quality series.