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Daredevil

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Those of you who’ve already burned through all thirteen episodes of Netflix‘s Daredevil Season Two might have missed a gem at the end if you didn’t watch everything, including the credits. The first official teaser for Netflix’s third Marvel series Luke Cage was slipped in there without any fanfare. It’s a great teaser, and certainly sets the wry tone of the series. (more…)

You Bet We’ll Hear About Him: Luke Cage Teaser Is Up!

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The Hero For Hire isn’t exactly a newcomer to the Marvel Netflix Universe, what with him already having made waves on his guest appearances both in Jessica Jones and Daredevil. The toughest man of Hell’s Kitchen is finally confirmed to be getting his own show, if the newest spoiler-free teaser is anything to go by…   (more…)

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With the first season of Daredevil, Marvel thrust themselves into relatively unknown territory: that of designing television shows that not only fit into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (as prime-time predecessor Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. does), but are also extremely “adult-themed.”  No, you perverts, we’re not talking that kind of adult situations – although if you watched the first season of the second Marvel/Netflix offering, Jessica Jones, you probably questioned that a bit – but the show is extremely rough-and-tumble and pull-no-punches in its presentation of the grime and corruption of society and how “everyday” heroes/vigilantes have to tread the fine line between law and lawlessness in order to truly make a difference.  The first 13 episodes of Daredevil encapsulated that feeling to damn near perfection, and we’re happy to report that Season 2 not only picks up right where the madness left off, but actually manages to improve the gritty vibe via the fleshing out of existing characters and the introductions of several bad-ass new ones.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This review is an overview of the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil, and was kept intentionally free of any major episodic spoilers.  However, character traits and descriptions, as well as over-arching plot information relevant to this season, are discussed at length.
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Since the last season of Daredevil, fans have been existing in a kind of desert, devoid of the hard-hitting, character-driven, brilliantly plotted spectacle that was season 1. As the Netflix premiere of season 2 of draws nearer, fans desperately await the gritty oasis that will finally slake their vigilante thirst. Well, fans, prepare to wet your whistles a bit with this two minute featurette just released by Marvel. The clip features interviews with Charlie Cox and Jon Bernthal about their characters, as well as plenty of new footage heavily focused on the new character the Punisher. So if you thought the thirst for nonlethal vengeance might overtake you before Friday, pull up a seat and allow your eyes to drink in this beautiful footage, friend.

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There’s only a couple of days until Netflix‘s Daredevil Season 2 hits on Friday and Jon Bernthal, aka the Punisher, has just posted a behind the scenes video and picture of the Punisher in action, doing the things the Punisher does best, throwing lead. Fan and critic’s reactions to Bernthal’s Punisher will be key to any movement on a solo Punisher series or movie going forward. Marvel may have denied any plans, but overwhelming positive reviews might sway that decision. (more…)

If you’ve never run across an Ask Marvel video, the concept is simple. Fans send in questions and the stars answer. The latest Marvel series to go under the fan question microscope is the cast of Netflix‘s Daredevil Season 2. Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll and Jon Bernthal read and answer fan questions. Click through to find out important and interesting facts about their season two characters. (more…)

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Word is making the Internet rounds that Marvel has found their Iron Fist lead in Game of Thrones star Finn Jones. Earlier this year Luke Cage lead Mike Colter teased:

The actor has been cast, but he’s in a basement somewhere. When the time is right, they’ll let him up and tell him where he is.

Now that Jones is cast, we can start to wonder when he’ll make his Marvel debut. (more…)