We Have a Teaser for Marvels The Punisher
Netflix Cancels Marvel’s ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘The Punisher”The Punisher’ Season 2 Trailer Teases Frank Castle’s Masked Enemy After the conclusion of The Defenders, it’s going to be a little bit before we see any of those four heroes in action again. The soonest we can expect any of the Defenders back is some time in 2018 with Jessica Jones season two. There is another Marvel Netflix series on the way this year, though. The Punisher will see a release sometime in the next few months, though Netflix still isn’t giving that information away just yet. Just look at that taunting redacted release date at the end of the teaser that dropped today. Stay on target Fall in. pic.twitter.com/nq7kxyidIC— The Punisher (@ThePunisher) August 28, 2017Though it stops just short of telling us when we can expect to watch Frank Castle murder everyone (we hope), it does give us a first look at the main characters of the series. What they mean to the story exactly, we’ll probably have to wait until the show’s release date to find out. The teaser does give off a military conspiracy vibe that could make for a great Punisher storyline.Before the release of the trailer, the show’s Twitter account posted a series of tweets, all written in Morse Code. Translated, they read:3 A.M.Two Dead MenKandaharResupplyGunnerThe Judas GoatCrosshairsCold SteelFront Toward EnemyVirtue of the ViciousDanger CloseHomeMemento MoriGiven that there are 13 of them, these are probably the episode titles for the first season. Those all sound like Punisher stories to me. I especially like Front Toward Enemy, named for the should-be-obvious instructions written on a Claymore mine. While it’s frustrating that we don’t have a release date just yet, one has to be coming soon. There just aren’t very many months left in the year. If they want to start promoting this thing, they need to let us know when we can watch it. Soon. Until they do, we’ll just have to be content with what they’ve shown so far. Which includes the surprisingly story-heavy teaser that premiered at the end of The Defenders. Coming to collect. ███ 2017. #ThePunisher pic.twitter.com/VmP6fCtFfx— The Punisher (@ThePunisher) August 21, 2017Speaking of The Defenders, Netflix released some data about the order in which most people watch Netflix’s Marvel shows. If you’ve been a fan since the beginning, you probably watched them in the order they came out. First Daredevil, then Jessica Jones, then season two of Daredevil, followed by Luke Cage and finally Iron Fist and The Defenders. And since each series is accompanied by a big marketing push, you’d think that’s how most people watched the shows as well. But you’d be wrong.For most people, Comic Book reports, Jessica Jones is where they jump on. From there, they’ll watch both seasons of Daredevil, then move on to Luke Cage and Iron Fist. I guess there’s not enough data to see whether or not The Defenders jumps the line at all. Netflix also estimates that one in eight audience members who watch their Marvel shows aren’t familiar with comics-based content beforehand. Meaning for a lot of people, Jessica Jones is their first comic book TV show ever. Not a bad one to start with, though it’s good enough to spoil you for any superhero series you watch next.Netflix vice president of product innovation Todd Yellin says what really surprised him are the shows that lead from one to another. People who started with Jessica Jones move on to Daredevil, and vice versa. Likewise, people who started with Luke Cage go on to Iron Fist. That pairing makes some amount of sense given that Marvel Comics has often paired the heroes up. Yellin says he’s really surprised that Jessica Jones doesn’t lead people to Luke Cage, considering Luke’s story begins in the former.They also have some interesting data regarding which audiences gravitate to which Marvel series first. Fans of Breaking Bad and House of Cards typically start with Daredevil. Jessica Jones is a popular starting point for people who like Orange is the New Black, Friends, and Master of None. Luke Cage is popular with fans of shows like The Walking Dead and Black Mirror. And the younger viewers of shows like The 100 and 13 Reasons Why like Iron Fist. Hey, at least someone does.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.