In the comics, Matt wore the yellow suit in his debut issue of 1964’s Daredevil #1 by Stan Lee and Bill Everett, and was featured heavily in the expanded origin story of 2001’s Daredevil: Yellow miniseries by Jeph Loeb and the late Tim Sale. Whether this Matt is still early in his hero life, and how much he’ll be involved in She-Hulk, will have to wait for another few weeks.
Given the significance of Matt’s yellow suit in the comics, and the fact that Spider-Man’s costume was a running subplot for that character throughout his Home trilogy, it’s possible that this new-ish iteration of Daredevil will be working his way up to the red costume that he’s more commonly associated with. After all, we know he’ll be popping up a few more times before he gets reborn (rehorned?) in a series of his own.
She-Hulk premieres on Disney+ on August 18.
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