Daughters Of The Dragon: 8 Reasons Why It Should Be Netflix's Next Marvel Series

Honestly, who doesn't want to see Misty and Colleen kicking butt in their own show?

Colleen Wing Daughters Of The Dragon
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Coming off the back of both Luke Cage and Iron Fist, it was clear for all to see that both those show's two leading ladies, Misty Knight and Colleen Wing, were the clear standouts; the former in a great show, and the latter in the perennially dreadful Iron Fist.

With Matt Murdock and the rest of The Defenders all getting another solo season each, and with Frank Castle getting his own Punisher spin-off, it would make sense that Netflix are already anticipating some new additions to their line of Marvel-ous programming. They need not look to the wider Marvel library just yet, however, seeing as how they're already (perhaps unwittingly) sitting on a show with dynamite potential.

We are, of course, referring to the Daughters of the Dragon themselves, Misty and Colleen. Simone Missick and Jessica Henwick were both electric in Luke Cage and Iron Fist respectively, and, while it would be optimistic to hope that a series focusing on the duo would supplant Danny Rand's small-screen presence, there's every chance that a spin-off based on the Daughters of the Dragon series could fly on Netflix.

While Luke Cage and Iron Fist fronted the most famous super-themed business in Heroes for Hire, Colleen and Misty had their own in Knightwing Restorations Ltd. - a PI agency not all that dissimilar to Jessica Jones' Alias Investigations. With that premise in mind, it's not hard to envision the pair fronting their own show, especially with Missick and Henwick in the leads.

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