Netflix‘s Daredevil season two, part two trailer has hit the Internet and it is easy to see that Matt Murdock and Daredevil (Charlie Cox) both have their hands full. One is battling the return of The Hand and the other is battling all the fallout from the return of The Hand and how it affects his personal life. If that wasn’t enough, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) is waging his own personal war on Hell’s Kitchen’s Criminal Underworld and Murdock’s old flame Electra (Élodie Yung) is back to stir things up in and out of Matt’s bedroom. This second season looks packed with Marvel-ous Comic Book goodness. (more…)


While we’re waiting for Part Two of the Daredevil Season 2 trailer that should hit on the 25th, Netflix has released another teaser to poke the bear that is Daredevil fans. When you click-through the jump, make sure you listen just as carefully as you watch this teaser. Just like part one of the trailer that hit a few days ago, there’s a lot going on in the background noises. (more…)


We’ve suffered through the teasers, which were quite interesting in their teasering way, but now we’ve got a trailer with some meat on the bone. Netflix just released Daredevil Season 2 Part One trailer that should have fans excited for more. Jon Bernthal‘s Frank Castle, aka the Punisher, doesn’t just mouth a word or two, he’s giving Daredevil (Charlie Cox) a superhero dressing down that will send chills down your spine. (more…)


Both from a production and presentation standpoint, television is a very different medium from the world of comic books.  Whether it is CW’s DC-centric shows like Arrow and Flash or shows from different decades (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman always springs to mind, for some reason), a sense of real-world practicality is usually infused to a TV production – and understandably so.  It is with this in mind, then, that the highly-acclaimed Netflix offering Daredevil tried to stay as “true to life” as possible, and this  approach extended to the titular hero’s “super” costume.  As we are now on the brink of the second season being released, the powers-that-be behind the show have chosen to share a few alternate designs they had for the “Man Without Fear.” (more…)


The new poster for Daredevil Season 2 on Netflix sticks with the religious theme using the Sistine Chapel Ceiling style artwork to bring us a look back at season one. Hot on the heels of the first teaser, this is an interesting look into an important theme of the first season and one that will carry over into season two. What theme you might ask? Matt Murdock’s (Charlie Cox) relationship with the Catholic church and his upbringing. Peter McRobbie plays Father Lantom, Matt’s confessional priest who helps Matt deal with the moral and ethical issues he’s facing now that he has donned the red suit with horns.  Lantom will be back for season two and you know Daredevil will be facing some tough moral questions when Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) aka the Punisher comes to Hell’s Kitchen. (more…)


Just the other day everyone was talking about how Daredevil season 2 on Netflix was going to premiere on March 25th, the same day as Zack Snyder‘s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, but that was just smoke and mirrors according to this latest Daredevil Season 2 Teaser. The line up for season 2 that includes Jon Bernthal as the Punisher, and Elodie Yung as Electra looks to take what was an incredible  first season to the next level. Find out exactly when you can binge watch the upcoming second season after the jump. (more…)


It is no surprise to any fanboy or fangirl that since the golden age of comics, DC and Marvel have always enjoyed a friendly rivalry. In fact, some of the best work from each company has come as a direct answer to something the other company has put out. There was a time that every ten years or so, Marvel and DC would even team up some of their biggest stars in the annual Marvel Vs. DC epics (not to mention the merging of their universes in the 90’s limited run of Amalgam comics). However, up until now, Marvel has had the run of cinemas, not worried about competition from DC, and now that DC is dipping its toes into the shared cinematic universe, many have wondered how they two companies will deal with the influx of opening weekends, with each company planning a slate of releases in the coming years. However, it seems that Marvel may have fired the first shot in the coming war with a very unique way to combat Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice.



The Internet is exploding today with news that everyone’s favorite skull-faced, mimic-based superperson could exist within the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Okay, maybe that’s overstating things a bit, but, for being a relative unknown character in the mainstream media, Taskmaster has played a huge role in the Marvel comics. Since his debut fighting the Avengers, Taskmaster has fought most major heroes in the Marvel comics. He has trained some major Marvel characters, including Crossbones and Spider-Woman. He played a role in the Civil War storyline and most crossover events thereafter. He has even been transformed from a villain into something of an anti-hero. In short, there’s a lot of places to fit Taskmaster in the MCU and some recent information indicates that that could very well happen.