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Netflix has been adding new movies and TV shows to its catalogue for years, and now the streaming service is launching new series in comic book formats.

The company says that it’s adding new series like “The Punisher” and “Marvel’s Daredevil,” which were both created by Frank Miller.

In addition, Netflix is adding “Futurampocalypse” and the upcoming “The Walking Dead,” which are both based on comic book characters.

The company also says it will launch “Marvels Daredevil” on April 12, which is based on a comic book from Marvel Comics’ Jessica Jones series.

Netflix also announced “Marvel Daredevil” as a stand-alone series in April.

The series will follow the title character, who has a special connection to Daredevil’s sister Jessica Jones.

Netflix has said that “Marvel” is the first new comic book series that it will be producing since “Black Panther.”

Netflix is also adding a new comic called “Fantastic Four” and two comics based on the X-Men, which are set to debut this fall.

Netflix’s comic book offerings are currently available in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Latin America.