New Daredevil Photo Contains Interactive Punisher Easter Egg


Daredevil is trying to tell us something about Punisher in a new photo posted on the former show's Facebook page. At first glance, the photo doesn't seem to offer that much information, as it shows only a keyboard, a monitor with some old New York Bulletin articles and a pad of yellow paper with a sticky note containing Karen Page's username and password. With the caption "Congratulations on all your hard work with the New York Bulletin, Karen. You’ve come so far," the post seems innocent enough -- at least, until you visit the New York Bulletin website.

Congratulations on all your hard work with the New York Bulletin, Karen. You’ve come so far.

Posted by Marvel's Daredevil on Thursday, September 28, 2017

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The New York Bulletin website has been updated with a new feature: a staff login page. This new staff login page can be found on the website's header to the right of the New York Bulletin logo, as below:

As promised, the "Staff Login" button takes users to a login page. If you enter Karen Page's login information, as seen in the original Facebook post, the New York Bulletin website takes user to Karen's personal profile page. The profile page features her profile picture and several folders: "Research," "Trial" and "Evidence."

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The folders will expand when clicked, and the files within will look mighty familiar to those who watched Daredevil Season 2. The "Research" folder contains a photo of Frank Castle's family, while the "Trial" folder has a photo of Frank Castle's traumatic brain injury from the Massacre at Central Park and the "Evidence" folder shows several photos of the massacre's aftermath. What's more, the "Evidence" folder shows proof that District Attorney Samantha Reyes covered up the event, seeing as it happened in the wake of her botched sting operation.

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This new New York Bulletin page is just one more piece in the Punisher puzzle. Recently, Netflix has really stepped up marketing on the show, which does not yet have a release date but will drop sometime before the end of the year. As such, it wouldn't be surprising for this Karen Page profile to keep on updating as time goes on, especially considering the fact that she will be part of the upcoming series. Our advice? Keep checking back for more!

The Punisher stars Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle, Ben Barnes as Billy Russo, Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Micro, Amber Rose Revah as Dinah Madani, Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page, Daniel Webber as Lewis Walcott, Shohreh Aghdashloo as Farah Madani, and Paul Schulze as Rawlins, with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio in an undisclosed role. The series is slated to debut on Netflix this year.

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