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From the moment the opening credits roll, featuring a blood soaked lady liberty, dripping city scapes, and ominous music, you know you’re in for something far more serious and different than Marvel’s typical fun, cheeky, and thrilling cinematic norm. Not that Marvel’s newest show isn’t fun or thrilling, it’s both in spades!  However, this is a different type of good time. With its dark and gritty take, which is far removed from the tones of any of the Avengers’ stand-alone features, Daredevil is simply one of the best surprises of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Note: Character details and some situations are highlighted, but otherwise this is a spoiler free review. (more…)

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Marvel’s Daredevil comes to Netflix on April 10th. On April 1st, however, Nerd Bastards.com (that’s us) will be bringing you a thorough review of the first 5 episodes which we we’re privileged to see in advance of the premier. We can’t really go into it until the press embargo is lifted April 1st, but we can say, it is good… damn good. Fans of the comics will be pleased. And Marvel fans in general, will be taken back with just how dark, gritty, and full of substance this show has to offer. In comparison to Marvels normal fair of fun, cheeky, and thrilling cinematic products, Daredevil is a bold and exciting new direction.

In advance of the premier, Netflix is really starting to kick up it’s marketing, including this brand new TV spot. It features a lot of footage we haven’t seen yet, the most intriguing of which is Scott Glenn as Stick, the man who trains Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) to fight.  (more…)

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Doctor Claw makes his triumphant return to television and entertainment streaming devices on March 27th when Netflix premieres its new 26 episode Inspector Gadget series from DHX Media. Oh yeah, there’s also some scenes with that bumbling robotic detective and his meddlesome niece Penny. Don’t even get me started on that mangy mutt that is always screwing up Doctor Claw’s wonderful and carefully laid plans for world domination. There’s a new trailer out now that you can whet your appetite with and for a few precious moments return you to that yesteryear when all you had to do after a hard day of school was watch cartoons.  (more…)

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Marvel’s Daredevil series hits Netflix on April 10th. Leading up to shows releases comes another sweet motion poster promoting everyone’s favorite red suited vigilante who dishes out his own version of blind justice.

The latest Daredevil motion poster is more revealing than you think. It shows all the major characters and there are quite a few background details to inspect. Little big things like Avengers Tower, and a reflection that reveals Daredevil’s red suit, or at least a different suit than the black ninja-esque one we’ve seen. Check out the motion poster below and see if you can spot all the small details. (more…)

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Cotumes are a sensitive topic when it comes to superhero properties; get it right and you’ve got it made in the shade, but get it wrong, like in the case of David E. Kelly’s Wonder Woman pilot for example, and you’re sunk before you even get a chance to float. Two upcoming superhero projects are at the forefront of the costume question, as both having seemingly embraced some unconventional duds for their main characters. The trailer for the Fantastic Four movie shows the titular quartet looking positively “Derelique,” while the Man Without Fear in Daredevil looks like the man without imagination dressed in basic black. But are these heroes due for a costume change mid-story? Cast and crew say, “Yes.” (more…)

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In a little less than a month, Daredevil will bow on Netflix and at once the launch will usher in the next phase of Marvel Studios multimedia strategic takeover while erasing the lingering bad taste left by the 2003 Mark Steven Johnson film starring Ben “Batman” Affleck. Although the main big bad of the series will be The Kingpin played by Vincent D’Onofrio, the Man Without Fear is going to need other bad guys to beat up over the course of his 13-episode first season. Marvel has announced a few additions to the cast list, but in other news Jessica Jones has spotted once again in the City of New York. Or, I guess make that Krysten Ritter in AKA: Jessica Jones. (more…)

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The Netflix Daredevil series is nearing its premier, and thanks to Netflix we have an intense new trailer for fans to buzz about. There’s a ton of new footage packed into this trailer to dissect over. It focuses on Matt Murdock/Daredevil’s mission to make his city a better place against an underground terror within the city (aka The Kingpin). (more…)

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He’s big, he’s bald, and well, maybe not so beautiful. I mean, if you consider a hellbent mob boss that can work your face like pizza dough with his hefty trash bag sized fists, then sure I guess there’s some beauty in that.

Marvel’s Daredevil premieres on Netflix on April 10. Leading up to the anticipated premier, fans have been treated to a refreshingly brooding style  trailer, couple of motion posters, and a few official photos featuring lead characters like Foggy Neslon, the Night Nurse and the titular hero himself Daredevil. One big character (and I mean that literally) that we haven’t seen much of is the show’s lead villain Wilson Fisk, aka The Kingpin. The character was given a passing pan in the trailer for Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil series, but now USA Today have debuted our first proper look at Vincent D’Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket) as The Kingpin.  We also have some quotes from the actor, so click on through and have a look-see. (more…)

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This time on the all new lemon scented RadioBastard podcast hour of power, Jeremy and Jason get wrapped up in the timeless internet sensation known as #DressGate. Also, there’s some hot llama action, a plot to steal Winston Churchill‘s vampire blood and a hot Latin body for Jason, 47 uses for chicken skin, and DuckTales! Wooo… Wha?

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