This is true, but Disney has also been known to... well...I know people really want to rag on and complain about Disney, but they're very smart about acquiring successful creative outlets and enhancing their creative skills with their improved funding and distribution systems.
I now want to see an A-Team/Hercules-styled show with Cage and Rand drifting from place to place, answering classified ads placed by the downtrodden, writing wrongs and kicking ass.Yeah, Heroes for Hire would be way radder than just either of them on their own.
Netflix now has more US subscribers than HBO, with a lot less pretentiousness and need to add breasts to everything.This could be great. Might actually get Netflix just for this.
Is it just me or is Netflix turning into a network on it's own rights now? It's producing original content, but it's doing it on it's own terms.
I'm suddenly reminded of Shannow's signature.
Indeed. I'm hoping that they end up setting these shows in the 1970s, personally.http://www.bleedingcool.com/2014/04/28/the-daredevil-netflix-series-will-be-part-of-the-marvel-cinematic-universe/
Daredevil - and assumed by association, the rest of the Netflix series - will tie in with the rest of Marvel's cinematic universe. So it's in the same universe as SHIELD and The Avengers. Interesting. Hopefully, it doesn't get too bogged down with crossovers so it can breathe on its own.
Unlikely, but hopefully they can retain some of that vibe.Indeed. I'm hoping that they end up setting these shows in the 1970s, personally.
To be fair, Dr. Strange is just too big a character to be slumming it on TV. Much as I love Daredevil, the TV setting is good for him.Unlikely, but hopefully they can retain some of that vibe.
Having a Defenders Mini that doesn't have Dr. Strange *who was one of the first people listed on the kill list in Cap 2* just feels wrong to me, though.