Marvel Studios is officially onboard the Daredevil train with Charlie Cox riding shotgun as the actor finally gets to reprise his fan-favorite role as Matt Murdock from Marvel TV’s Defenders Saga on Netflix. He’s already appeared in two MCU entries in just over a year, and he’s set to play a pivotal role in the Echo series on Disney+ before taking the reins in his own solo outing in 2024.
Three years after his Netflix show ended, Cox made his highly-celebrated return in Spider-Man: No Way Home, with Daredevil offering his services as an attorney to Peter Parker after his identity reveal.
Now, collectors have a unique opportunity to commemorate that moment thanks to a historic piece of merchandise for the Man Without Fear.
Daredevil Funko Highlights Spider-Man Cameo
Entertainment Earth unveiled a new Funko Pop! depicting Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock from Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: No Way Home, which came to theaters in December 2021.
The figurine depicts Cox's Daredevil in his grey suit and the classic red sunglasses he wore while meeting with Peter Parker, Aunt May, and Happy Hogan in Peter's apartment. He also has his arm extended, holding the brick that was thrown through the window at the end of their meeting.
This Pop! is an exclusive limited edition from Entertainment Earth, and it marks the first time that Marvel Studios has collaborated with the collectible company for a Daredevil figurine.
The Pop! commemorates Charlie Cox's memorable moment from the beginning of the movie as he let Peter and his family know he was "a really good lawyer."
Daredevil Merchandising Future With Marvel Studios
Marvel Studios has become famous for its regular Funko Pop! collaborations after every new MCU entry, with Spider-Man: No Way Home already providing a number of exciting figurines and sets with how massive the threequel turned out. Even though Daredevil only had about 70 seconds of screen time in 2021's final MCU movie, his scene was one of the most memorable in the Multiversal adventure as the story finally integrated him into the larger MCU.
Although this Pop! won't release physically until April, it will give fans a chance to celebrate his inclusion in the MCU storyline after so many years spent away from Marvel Studios' movies and TV shows.
That will also be a couple of months after Cox's Daredevil: Born Again series begins filming for most of the year, with the actor set to lead the MCU's longest Disney+ series to date in an 18-episode first season. More Funkos will likely be developed as the actor appears in other MCU projects, especially considering his popularity on-screen only continues to rise.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is streaming on Starz and available for purchase wherever movies are sold. Daredevil: Born Again will begin streaming on Disney+ in Spring 2024.