Marvel's antihero Daredevil is more of a solo act – probably even more so than Batman (who did eventually take on Robin and there was The Justice League membership).
The lone wolf act makes fans wonder whether the character will be able to play well with others when the time comes - to be more precise - when Marvel decides to include him in their upcoming 'Defenders' TV series featuring Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and...well, Daredevil.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, actor Charlie Cox (who plays Daredevil/ Matt Murdock in the Netflix series) revealed that Daredevil becoming part of The Defenders is a possibility but as of now it's something too far-fetched for the character. One of the roadblocks to a team-up is that he would have to actually rely on other people, something that Daredevil does not do on a regular basis.
"Something that's very tricky for Matt is to allow anyone to help him. He finds it impossible to ask for help, for a number of reasons. One he doesn't want to endanger the people he loves, but also because he has an arrogance about him. A self-confidence and a belief I believe in his own invincibility, which is false." Cox said. "One of the lessons that he's going to have to learn this season is that he needs other people, he needs help, we all need help."
In a different interview with ComicBook.com, Cox also weighed in on the idea of Daredevil (not necessarily the Netflix version of the character) working with The Avengers.
"I was reading Civil War [Marvel comic] the other day, and Matt Murdock... is kind of an ass. He's in the back, standing around grumpy a lot of the time, and every now and again, he just says 'Well, we're not doing that' or something to that effect, and I'm like, 'That's the character, we're fine.' So tonally, with Matt I think we're right on point and he'd be a perfect fit in the larger MCU."
Daredevil season two releases on Netflix on 18 March 2016.