Thunderstruck wrote:Punisher on Netflix, HBO, possibly FX could be wonderful.
Heroes for Hire would right it's self! 3 main characters with a rotating cast of other "heroes" for specific missions and clients. Misty Knight much like she did in the last incarnation of the comic book would be the one that sets up all the mission and brings in the heroes for hire. Danny Rand aka Iron Fist could fund the whole operation through his company Rand Industries. Luke Cage aka Powerman, if it's got Iron Fist you gotta have Powerman, it could all be his idea as he brings all the parties together. Then the entire Marvel Universe of B, C, and D list characters are at your disposal. Need someone to steal some precious items: Black Cat, need a martial arts master: Shang Chi, etc, etc, etc. The possibilities are endless for this one.
I like this, but I'd throw in the detective agency/bodyguard angle. Have it as a modern day A-Team meets Burn Notice. They could easily build up minor characters like Prowler.
Daredevil, superheroics meets Law and Order. Crime dramas. especially court room crime dramas have always been popular with viewing audiences, and superheroes are at the height of their popularity right now. Combining these two with a underdog hero like Daredevil that people could really get behind and root for is a no brainer. Throw in in Foggy Nelson as his comedic relief and this show should easily be a ratings success.
I like the idea of Dr Strange, House meets Supernatural but I think I really want to see Strange on the big screen instead.
Me too, but I think a Dr. Strange series (or maybe call it "Strange Tales" or something) has serious potential, too. Using flashbacks like Arrow does, we could see Strange training with the Ancient One & his rivalry with Mordo. We could see heroes like Jack Russell, the Bloodstone family and even Blade appear. As for enemies, how about werewolves, vampires, Deacon Frost, Nightmare, Mordo (after a slow burn), and Dormammu (eventually)?