How many times do the characters of Daredevil say “this city” on the show? What other character do the Russo Brothers wish they could bring into the Marvel cinematic universe, and who do they pick for their own fantasy superhero teams? How much has Captain America: Civil War pulled in overseas. All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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What special features will be on the Deadpool home video release? Was Supergirl almost a love interest for the Man of Steel in Superman III? Which side does Hugh Jackman choose for Captain America: Civil War? How is Marvel trying to make superhero technology a reality? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Why did Joss Whedon feel like a “miserable failure” after Avengers: Age of Ultron? Where can we expect the next X-Men movie to go after X-Men: Apocalypse? Did a certain Justice League cartoon serve as a blueprint for Zack Snyder‘s take on Superman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Posted on Monday, April 11th, 2016 by Angie Han
Way back in 2013, Marvel announced a deal with Netflix to launch four new series, culminating in an event miniseries that’d bring all four new heroes together. So far, that plan has gone swimmingly: Daredevil and Jessica Jones have both premiered to rave reviews, and Luke Cage and Iron Fist are already well underway. And now it seems we can expect the fifth and final piece of that puzzle to take shape in the not-too-distant future. According to Charlie Cox, who plays Daredevil, The Defenders will be shooting later this year. Read More »
Will Luke Cage say “sweet Christmas” more in his own Netflix series? How has Batman‘s physique changed over the years? Will Black Panther put some scratches in Captain America‘s shield? Which Arrow supporting cast member just got upgraded to a series regular? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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It’s been one week since the second season of Daredevil debuted on Netflix, so hopefully you’ve binged all the episodes by now and you’re excited for Luke Cage to arrive later this year (check out the teaser that appeared at the end of Daredevil‘s second season right here).
If you haven’t watched Daredevil‘s new episodes yet, we’ll keep any spoilers after the jump, but if you’re looking for some insight into what kind of comic book Easter eggs can be found in the second season, as well as references to other facets of the Marvel cinematic universe, then we have the video for you.
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Daredevil season two is very, very good. It’s not quite Jessica Jones-good, but it’s a significant improvement over the wildly inconsistent first season and a sign that Marvel Studios is really getting a handle on this whole Netflix series thing. The streaming corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe truly feels like it’s in a good place.
Have you watched the second season yet? I certainly hope so, because we’re going to take a deep dive into the season to explore what it does right, what it does wrong, and why Foggy sucks so very much. Naturally, spoilers of all kinds lurk below.
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We’ll be running a full review of Daredevil season 2 very soon, but here’s the CliffNotes version for those who are curious: it’s very good and a significant improvement over the first season in many key areas. It also has its fair share of flaws (and odd deviations from the Marvel canon), but it’s easy to see the path ahead for the series. There actually seems to be a real plan this time around. And it’s paced relatively well!
One area where the new season consistently matches the first season is the action. This new batch of episodes has no shortage of broken limbs, smashed faces, battered torsos. Matt Murdock walks away from every fight bleeding and bruised and his opponents rarely walk away at all. For fans of well-choreographed fisticuffs, it’s good stuff. And of course, the best action scene from the season has made its way online so you can revisit it again.
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