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Daredevil Returns

In a year where we get to see Batman v Superman and Captain America v Iron Man, Netflix is also giving us Daredevil v The Punisher.




This week saw the release of the first proper trailer for Daredevil Season 2 which will be available on Netflix from 18th March. Daredevil it seems is still fighting to save Hell's Kitchen and its residents from the criminals that emerged in the wake of the Battle of New York. Only there's a new player in the game, Frank Castle A.K.A. The Punisher (Jon Bernthal). The problem is they don't exactly see eye to eye, The Punisher sees Daredevil as weak because he doesn't kill the criminals he hunts.


Frank Castle, a military veteran, is the victim of a brutal crime; his family has been murdered and he wants to 'punish' those responsible. It appears in the trailer that Castle is leaving a trail of destruction across the city in an effort to accomplish his mission. This obviously draws the attention of well...everybody. From law enforcement and the media, to Daredevil and the criminals. Whereas Daredevil is trying to help his community, Castle is angry and is inflicting that anger and his military skills on the criminal
underworld, obviously his tactics bring him into conflict with Daredevil. My question is this; is he looking to punish any and all criminals or is he just interested in finding those responsible for killing his family. Punisher is being portrayed by Jon Bernthal who is known for Fury, The Walking Dead and Mob City. With roles like this under his belt he is more than capable of showing the pain and anger that Punisher feels.


Season 2 will see the return of Foggy Nelson (Elden Henson), Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll) and Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson) as well
as the first appearance of Elektra Natchios (pictured right). All that we know of Elektra is that she's Murdoch's college flame. It's rumoured that Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) may make an appearance but this is unconfirmed, Jones like Daredevil exists in the extended Marvel universe, Claire Temple was the first character to appear in both shows.


All 13 episodes of Daredevil Season 2 will be made available on Netflix on Friday 18th March.

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