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The Women of Daredevil Make A Disjointed, Tedious Season Two Worth Watching

Second seasons are always a challenge, especially after the first was such a strong outing, and Daredevil isn’t immune to the sophomore slump. Season two is a not-entirely-coherent continuation of the trials and tribulations of the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen. The first four episodes are mostly snooze-inducing, and eventually, Daredevil‘s season two evolves into a … Continue reading

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Daredevil: “The Ones We Leave Behind”

Considering how Daredevil‘s gone out of its way to pretend that it’s suitably displayed a team dynamic between Karen, Foggy and Matt, it sidesteps that bond with Karen keeping Wesley’s death a secret. Certainly no one goes out and brags about killing people, especially when vengeance is assured by Wesley’s very dangerous boss, but Karen’s closest … Continue reading

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Daredevil: “Stick”

There are few characters as important the┬áDaredevil mythos as Stick so naturally the show wouldn’t waste time in using said character this first season, even while holding back on a few other vital characters. “Stick” is exactly what it sounds like, the debut of Matt’s former mentor, played by Scott Glenn, in flashback and present … Continue reading