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Daredevil and Jin Ping return to join Marvel’s new drama “Echo” | Daredevil | Echo |

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Daredevil and Jin Ping return to join Marvel’s new drama “Echo” | Daredevil | Echo |
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According to foreign media reports, Daredevil and Kim are back together: Actors Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio will join Marvel’s new drama “Echo”. Previously, Cox made a cameo appearance as lawyer Ma in “Spider-Man: Homeless”, and Donofrio played the villain in “Hawkeye”.

“Echo” is currently filming in Atlanta, with Araqua Cox as “Echo,” who has appeared in “Hawkeye.” The repercussions of her New York cruelty in her hometown forced her to confront her past and reconnect with her Native American roots and embrace the meaning of family and community if she hoped to move on.

Chasco Spencer, Tanto Cardino, Dovere Jacobs, Cody Lightning, Graham Greene, Zayn McClanon also star, Sidney Freeland ( “Nancy,” “City Story”) and Katriona MacKenzie (“Supernatural”, “Forensic Mystery”).

Echo, formerly known as Maya Lopez, is a deaf Native American who can perfectly imitate someone else’s moves or fight style, making her a formidable opponent. In the comics, when Lopez was 9 years old, her father was killed by Kim and the latter raised her and used a lie to convince her that the murderer who really killed her father was Daredevil. Lopez was sent by King to meet with Matt Murdoch, and the two fell in love without knowing he was Daredevil, during which she took the alias of “Echo”, a costume featuring a white face A handprint, in memory of her father’s hand touching her face before she died. Lopez, who later learned the truth, confronted Kim, shot him blind in the eyes, left the United States, and returned to become a “ronin”.

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Echo was the first person to hold the title of “Ronin” and later passed it on to Hawkeye, who briefly used the title after he lost his family in “Avengers 4” and broke away from the Avengers.

(Meng Qing)

(Editor in charge: Camus)

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