Daredevil: Born Again’s New Logo Continues A Long-Running MCU Mystery

Matt Murdock's Daredevil in his yellow and red costume with Daredevil Born Again's new title card

A new logo for Marvel Studios’ upcoming Daredevil: Born Again series has been revealed, continuing a long-running MCU mystery. After Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio reprised their Defenders Saga roles of Matt Murdock’s Daredevil and Wilson Fisk’s Kingpin in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Hawkeye, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, and Echo, Marvel Studios confirmed that the archenemies would return in a new MCU-set TV show, Daredevil: Born Again. Daredevil and Kingpin previously came to blows in Netflix’s Daredevil series, but Marvel Television’s Daredevil: Born Again will reestablish their rivalry in the MCU’s Phase 5, set to premiere in March 2025.

Shortly after 2023’s WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, Marvel Studios executives began a major creative overhaul for the MCU’s TV show productions, based on the disappointing original plan for Daredevil: Born Again. This prompted huge changes for the series, which is now more closely tied to the original Netflix Daredevil series, with many characters returning in Daredevil: Born Again’s cast. The Punisher’s Dario Scardapane was hired as Daredevil: Born Again’s showrunner, with directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead returning from previous MCU projects. These changes included a newly-designed title card for Daredevil: Born Again, which inadvertently continues a major MCU mystery.

Daredevil: Born Again’s New Title Card Omits Avengers Tower From The New York Skyline

Daredevil Born Again's new title card

Daredevil: Born Again’s new title card is more reminiscent of the logo for Netflix’s Daredevil series, particularly through the use of vivid red, reminiscent of the dripping blood from Daredevil’s memorable title sequence. Daredevil: Born Again’s new logo also depicts the image of the New York City skyline, however, firmly cementing the series as a street-level project in the MCU’s Phase 5. However, while some iconic landmarks can be seen in the new title card, the shape of the former Avengers Tower cannot be seen, continuing the mystery of the building’s new owner and current status.

Avengers Tower was first seen in the MCU’s The Avengers back in 2012, originally known as Stark Tower, Iron Man’s New York base of operations. After the Battle of New York and the official founding of the Avengers, the superhero group used the New York City landmark, which sits in the place of the real-world MetLife Building, as their own headquarters. However, Tony Stark sold Avengers Tower to an unknown buyer during 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, and its new resident hasn’t been revealed, though popular theories suggest it could now be used by the Fantastic Four, Norman Osborn, or Kingpin himself.

Daredevil: Born Again Is The Perfect Place To Answer Major Avengers Tower Mysteries

Young Kate Bishop looking at Stark Tower in Hawkeye

Netflix’s Defenders Saga never included Avengers Tower as a landmark in New York City, despite its claims of being set in the MCU. Now that Daredevil: Born Again is firmly planted in the world of the MCU, with Charlie Cox’s Daredevil and Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin already having interacted with several other MCU characters, the upcoming series is the perfect place to address Marvel Studios’ Avengers Tower mystery. Daredevil: Born Again will be expanding the MCU’s street-level narrative, so could reveal who now owns one of New York City’s biggest landmarks, perhaps even confirming Kingpin as the building’s new resident.

The omission of Avengers Tower, with its recognizable landing pad, from Daredevil: Born Again’s new title card could imply that the series will follow in Daredevil’s footsteps, ignoring the landmark. However, 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home saw Peter Parker fly through the mid-section of the old Avengers Tower, suggesting that the entire building may have been redesigned. This could mean that Avengers Tower is simply unrecognizable, so could actually appear in the New York City skyline in the new logo for Daredevil: Born Again without anyone realizing, allowing the series to keep its potential Avengers Tower reveal secret.

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