You might not have the reflexes of Matt Murdock or the indestructibility of Luke Cage, but thanks to a collection of costumes about to be auctioned off by Netflix and Marvel next month, you can be a much more convincing poser. Last fall, Netflix canceled three Marvel shows — "Iron Fist," "Luke Cage" and "Daredevil" — for undisclosed reasons, to the chagrin of Defenders fans and comic book readers. But months later, a slim silver lining has emerged: An extremely wide array of nearly original costumes and props used in each show will be up soon for online bidding. One real star of the collection are the full red and black superhero bodysuits donned in fight scenes by Matt Murdock as Daredevil Charlie Cox. Matt Truex, marketing manager for Prop Store and the auction's clerk, is pretty excited for Murdock's action get-up. Truex explained to SFGate that of the many superhero suits the auction house has seen from movies over the last few decades, few are actually meant to be worn.
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I don't think Marvel is going to go with the bandana-mask because I don't think it will translate well to live action, but I can see them going this route:. I can see them going for a more casual look, although I do actually hope they honour the martial artist aspect of his costume as that's kind of the whole point of his character. Or if they don't have him wear the mask while he's out superheroing, have it at least just be a formal thing he wears when he's in K'un-Lun. The only way I can see them pulling off a mask similar to the one in the comics is if they turn it into an oni-style half-mask.
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All the important visual elements to Iron Fist were laid down from the get-go: The yellow mask with the pointed black and white almond eyes, the yellow sash, the sweet dragon chest tat, and the obsessive use of green. In several notable appearances, mainly in , and when Iron Fist starred in some very brief runs, his looked hardly changed, if at all. But without much fuss, Danny also adopted a sleek, modern costume that covered his entire body, with his dragon symbol imprinted on top of the suit than as a chest tattoo he bared like it was spring break. But it was never an official change.