We could be getting the new Blade TV series after all. MCU Cosmic is reporting that Blade will soon be used by Marvel in a project. Source tells the site that Marvel is planning on introducing Blade to star in their new trademarked Spirits of Vengeance show.
Written by Victor Gischler with art by David Baldeon and cover by Mark Texeira, Spirits of Vengeance ran from 2017 to 2018 as part of Marvel Legacy. Robbie Thompson was credited for the story.
A dead angel. A silver bullet. A kept promise. For ages, the war between Heaven and Hell raged in the unseen corners of society, both sides in delicate balance that could topple if the right weapons were in the wrong hands… When an undercover angel is murdered, Johnny Blaze, the Ghost Rider, must find the killers and punish them… But this time he won’t do it alone: A deadly team must rise from the darkest depths of the Marvel Universe to form an unholy alliance – HELLSTORM! SATANA! BLADE! They are the SPIRITS OF VENGEANCE!
Now that Helstrom and Ghost Rider are already confirmed, it would make 2 out of the 4 “Spirits Of Vengeance” getting their own shows on Hulu. Which means Blade and Satana could very well be on the way.
Created by writer Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan, Blade made his debut as a supporting character in The Tomb of Dracula #10 (July 1973). Blade, later on, received a 56-page solo story in the black-and-white showcase magazine Marvel Preview #3 (Sept. 1975). Wesley Snipes played the character in 1998’s Blade film, Blade II (2002) and Blade: Trinity (2004). Sticky Fingaz then portrayed the character in the 2006 television series Blade.