In She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Charlie Cox's Matthew Murdock makes his long-awaited comeback to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Daredevil, bringing with him some intriguing new developments and questions about his future.

In the eighth episode of She-Hulk, Matt Murdock and Jennifer Walters make their television series debuts before Matt Murdock's own show (scheduled to premiere in 2024).

How She-Hulk Changes Daredevil’s Power

She-confrontation Hulk's with the Devil of Hell's Kitchen is unlike any fight Murdock has ever been in because She-Hulk initially fails to realise that Daredevil is a hero (or his cover identity as Matt Murdock).

While fighting a real Hulk (before they both understand they're on the same side), Daredevil seems faster and more nimble while displaying the same range of skills he boasts in his Netflix series.

Why Daredevil Looks So Different Now

In She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, one of the major alterations is that Daredevil is now donning a brand-new outfit, swapping off his red and black appearance and adding yellow to the arms and helmet (courtesy of Luke Jacobsen).

Given that the creator had previously created a couple outfits for Daredevil, which is why the new helmet was hinted at in She-Hulk episode 5, Matt travelled all the way from New York and Hell's Kitchen to represent Luke in Los Angeles.

She-Hulk’s Daredevil Is Lighter (And That's Good)

It should be noted that Daredevil does have a friendlier disposition than he had in his Netflix series, and that he felt more at ease cracking a few jokes in this particular episode.

Is Daredevil More Powerful Now?

The Man Without Fear easily dispatches a sizable number of Leapfrog's goons in She-Hulk, getting his own mini-version of a corridor scene from the Netflix Daredevil series.

Can Matt Murdock's Change In Tone Work?

The new tone for Charlie Cox's character works despite the fact that Daredevil should fit She-tone, Hulk's which has primarily defined the series as a comedy.