It’s been an interesting year for Marvel shows on Netflix. Jessica Jones had mother issues. Luke Cage dealt with a guy who was stronger than him and wanted revenge against a crooked councilwoman. The Punisher made his debut and tried to exact revenge against military officials who double crossed him. Iron Fist lost his powers, […]
Luke has to raise money for a trumped-up lawsuit, while Mariah hopes to have a triumph with her new community center. Neither of them work out. Bushmaster is ramping up his revenge against Mariah, and Detective Knight may be headed out of the NYPD.
All four heroes in the Netflix version of the MCU are about to get together as The Defenders. First, though, this episode shows where each of them are, and the villain they’ll have to fight to save New York City.
Rifftrax is known for its “commentaries” of Marvel movies, and decided to take on the first episode of Netflix’s “Daredevil”. Their comments show they’re still hurting from the 2003 movie.
Season two of Daredevil features two new characters that will have a big impact on Matt Murdoch’s life, but the overall story seemed a bit overstuffed with plotlines.
The second half of Netflix’s Daredevil is darker but also more interesting than the first. Matt Murdock’s activities may threaten the firm, while Wilson Fisk is depicted as ruthless but still all too human.
We’ve seen the first half of Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix, and the most frightening guy on the show isn’t a crime boss. It does show different ways to seek justice.
Here’s one more trailer for Marvel’s Daredevil, premiering tomorrow, April 10th.
Netflix has posters of the main characters in its upcoming show, Marvel’s Daredevil, less than two weeks before the premiere.
Check out the new teaser trailer for Marvel’s Daredevil, which will be released on Netflix on April 10, 2015, and is executive produced by Buffy the Vampire Slayer alums Steven S. DeKnight and Drew Goddard.