Maya Lopez/Echo (Alaqua Cox), who made her Disney+ debut in Hawkeye last year, will soon have her own series. The character, who portrayed a deaf gang leader in Hawkeye, will be followed in the origin narrative as “she must face her past, reconnect with her Native American roots, and embrace the meaning of family and community.” A large number of Marvel shows, like Agatha: House of Harkness and Ironheart, were revealed on Disney+ last year, and the Echo was one of them.
Fans have wished for another on-screen confrontation between Daredevil and the Kingpin ever since the appearance of Echo in Hawkeye. But if at all, how much of the program will Charlie Cox appear in? In the end, this show is about Echo rather than the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen. Audiences may now be aware of what to anticipate from Echo as a result of a recent rumor.
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How much of Daredevil can we expect in Echo?
Fans now know how much of Daredevil to anticipate in the new Disney+ series Echo thanks to the staff at Weekly Planet’s Hot Scoop or a Shot of Poop segment. Daredevil will appear in three episodes and will be “rocking a red and black suit,” according to James Clement.
“Yep, Daredevil is in it for three episodes, as in Charlie Cox. Kingpin, Vinnie D’Onofrio is in four. The Kingpin storyline is building up to him running for mayor of New York City. Apparently, he’s going to be wearing an eye patch because he was shot in the head in Hawkeye… Daredevil is also going to be rocking a red and black suit and is looking for Jessica Jones.”
Although in no way confirmed, it’s reasonable to assume Cox will appear for at least a little amount of screen time. Even if he only appears in three of the six episodes, that’s still not too awful; Charlie Cox might have a few entertaining sequences, but not enough to overshadow the main character. Marvel Studios is undoubtedly laying the groundwork for his entrance with his participation in Spider-Man: No Way Home and his alleged work on She-Hulk. Given the link Maya has to the comic book character and the additional Kingpin element, it would almost seem odd for him to not make an appearance once or twice.
Echo is expected to release on Disney+ in 2023.
Source – Weekly Planet