DAREDEVIL Season 1 Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight Has A Harsh Response To A Critic Of The Hero’s SuitDAREDEVIL Season 1 Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight Has A Harsh Response To A Critic Of The Hero’s Suit

It’s become commonplace for comic book movies and TV shows to take liberties with certain costumes and that was the case with Daredevil during its first season. In the finale, the Man Without Fear donned a suit which paid homage to the source material but it still wasn’t exactly like seeing the hero step straight out of the pages of the comic books. 

Recently, season one showrunner Steven S. DeKnight took to social media to reveal that he had purchased Daredevil’s season one costume now that’s props from all the Marvel TV shows are being sold in online auctions. 

However, one troll responded to that by saying that the suit “belongs in a dumpster fire or a Joel Schumacher film” and accompanied that with a picture of Daredevil’s classic comic book costume by Frank Miller.

DeKnight was having none of it, though, and as you can see in the Tweet below, he had two very simple words for this so-called fan! 

It’s worth noting that this costume did receive some backlash from fans when it was first revealed at the end of Daredevil season one. The use of black on the traditionally red costume confused many people and the lack of the classic “DD” logo was definitely disappointing. You can’t blame DeKnight for standing up for it, though, and the Tweet sent by that fan was totally uncalled for. 

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