Summer is at its peak, which means Comic-Con International in San Diego is around the corner. Known for its movies, and television shows, Hasbro houses plenty of toy exclusives. With Marvel’s new series “Daredevil” set to appear this year, Hasbro has revealed new action figures to create excitement among fans.

The 12-inch tall “Daredevil” figures come off the Legends line. They are based on the characters of Daredevil novels and comic books and go with a bunch of interchangeable parts and beautiful accessories. One of the most notable aspects of the Hasbro toys is their look, rather than the packaging.

Hasbro representatives are aware that “Daredevil” fans love to see Charlie Cox, which is why a figure looks exactly like Charlie.

At $59, it is one of the best deals for those who are looking for real-life “Daredevil” characters.

The television series

This American series is developed by Marvel and Drew Goddard for Netflix, based on the MCU character of the same name. The show is mutually financed by DeKnight Productions, Goddard Textiles, and ABC Studios, with Steven DeKnight, Doug Petrie, and Marco Ramirez serving as showrunners. All episodes of the first season were made available on Netflix in summer 2015, while the second season was released in June 2016.

“Daredevil” features Charlie Cox as Matt, Deborah Woll as Page, Elden Henson as Nelson, Toby Moore as James, Curtis Hall as Urich, Bon Gunton as Leland, Ayelet Zurer as Marianna, Rosario Dawson as Temple, Vincent Onofrio as Fisk, Jon Bernthal as Castle, Élodie Yung as Netchios, and Stephen Rider as Blake.

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Season 3

Following the success of its second season, “Daredevil” was renewed for the third season in June 2016. Initially, it was scheduled to release on Netflix in January 2017, but the director said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter that the third season would not debut until 2018. Finally, Marvel scheduled the new episodes for August 8, 2017. Just like the previous seasons, visual effects for the new episodes are completed by Shade VFX.

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports a 94% approval rating for the first season based on 46 critics, and 67% rating for the second season based on 51 reviews. Metacritic assigns a score of 78 out of 100 based on 58 critics. In October 2015, IGN named “Daredevil” as one of the best Netflix programs ever released.