The debut trailer for Netflix’s Marvel made ‘Daredevil’ series has just hit, giving us our first real look at Charlie Cox as the blind superhero. The 90 second clip shows Cox as Daredevil’s alter-ego Matt Murdock in a confessional with a priest and hinting at dark times ahead.

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“I’ve been preoccupied of late with questions of morality, of right and wrong, good and evil,” Murdock tells the priest. “I’m not seeking forgiveness for what I’ve done, Father. I’m asking forgiveness for what I’m about to do. I’m just trying to make my city a better place.”

If your idea of Daredevil is based on the 2003 Ben Affleck movie, then get ready to be re-educated on the Marvel creation. Judging by the first trailer, Netflix looks to be doing a much better job at capturing the true character of the Hell’s Kitchen hero.

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Speaking at New York Comic Con last year showrunner Steven S. DeKnight gave us hope by saying, “What I love about this show is the moral gray area that’s inherent to Daredevil. He’s one day away from becoming Frank Castle [aka Punisher] instead of Matt Murdock.”

Watch the trailer for Marvel's 'Daredevil' here:

Along with showing fans Cox as Murdock, the trailer also gives us glimpses of a number of other characters including Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Elden Henson as Foggy Nelson and Vincent D’Onofrio as Daredevil’s fiercest enemy, Kingpin.

Also starring in the series will be Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple, Ayelet Zurer as Vanessa Marianna, while Scott Glenn will have a recurring role as Murdock’s mentor Stick.

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‘Daredevil’ is the first of four new series Marvel is producing for Netflix, to premiere on the streaming service this year. Krysten Ritter will be taking the lead role in the upcoming 'A.K.A Jessica Jones', which will also star David Tennant. The female led series will then be followed by ‘Iron Fist’ and ‘Luke Cage’.

The four series will be leading towards miniseries ‘The Defenders’, which will see the shows’ lead characters team up. ‘Daredevil’ will hit Netflix on April 10th, with 13 episodes, each lasting an hour. 

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