RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW: DAREDEVIL Season 2

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Daredevil Season 3 is only one day away, and your favorite Swedish geek is as hyped
towards it as you are. Daredevil is my favorite of
the Netflix Marvel shows, even though I
still laugh that Matt Murdock is played by the same actor who plays the
lead in Mathew Vaughn’s Stardust.

This season is arguably the better one, compared to the first. The pace feels a
lot smoother, and no arc gets the feeling of not having a closure or being unnecessary. You don’t sit there, find it dragging, and ask why Daredevil is returning when Murdock and Foggy
are in a courtroom drama. Every part works for the
story as a whole.

If there wasn’t proof that the cast of Daredevil wasn’t close to perfect, the second season made that clear as
night. The newcomers, Jon Bernthal and Elodie Young, didn’t make it worse. You
understand fast what they were going for, and they execute the idea
perfectly.

My only “issue” with this season is the lack of Kingpin. Vincent D’onofrios is to Kingpin what many saw in Heath Ledger as the Joker. Don’t
get me wrong, Michael Clark Duncan did a great job with what he had (and may he
rest in peace) but Vincent is on a whole new level.

If you have seen season 1, but for some reason haven’t seen Season 2, see it as
soon as possible. Let’s hope that Season 3 is a home run as previous seasons.

What did you think of Daredevil Season 2? Let us know on Twitter @WOBAMEnt

Isak Wolff

Writer of many things. Loves everything nerdy from anime/manga to comics and video games. Fire Emblem is the greatest of all time.

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Writer of many things. Loves everything nerdy from anime/manga to comics and video games. Fire Emblem is the greatest of all time.