Today I’m revealing the first half of the 2016 nominations for this blog’s IJR Awards (I’m Jeffrey Rex Awards, but you probably already guessed that). The two legend awards (Film Legend and TV Legend) aren’t getting any nominees, instead I’ll reveal the winners, or honorees, in the eventual IJR Awards 2016 post.
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The following is a review of the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil, a Netflix Original Series. Expect spoilers from the first season, but spoilers for the second season will be kept at a minimum.
Saint Matthew is back! – I loved the first season of Marvel’s Daredevil. It was the perfect show for me, as it outweighed the light nature of other Marvel Studios content. Since then we’ve seen the excellent first season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, and how Daredevil lost its showrunner Steven S. DeKnight, with the latter leaving me very worried about the future of the show. The second season of Marvel’s Daredevil is the first piece of Marvel produced entertainment brought to you by Netflix in 2016, and I am glad to say that the level of entertainment is as high as it has ever been. Continue reading “REVIEW: Daredevil – Season Two (2016)”
Marvel’s Daredevil is a Netflix show created by Drew Goddard and developed by Steven S. DeKnight which has begun a Netflix adventure for the Disney owned Marvel Cinematic Universe. Make no mistake, Matt Murdock and the rest of the Defenders exist in the same universe as the Avengers – with the Chitauri invasion being hinted at once or twice during this first season.
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Marvel’s Daredevil is a new Netflix show from the same universe as the Avengers films. Expect spoilers for every review this season, though I’m going to try to limit spoilery details. “Cut Man” is the second episode of the first season, and in it we learn a lot about what kind of man Matt’s father is, as well as being introduced to Claire Temple.
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Marvel’s Daredevil is a Netflix show created by Drew Goddard and developed by Steven S. DeKnight which begins a Netflix adventure for the Disney owned Marvel Cinematic Universe. Make no mistake, Matt Murdock and the rest of the Defenders exist in the same universe as the Avengers – with the Chitauri invasion being hinted at once or twice in the very first episode. Continue reading “REVIEW: Daredevil – “Into the Ring””
On Friday, April 10th 2015, Netflix releases the first of four superhero shows preceding a The Defenders mini series. Marvel’s Man Without Fear is the first Defender to get his own show. Starring in Daredevil is Charlie Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson, and Rosario Dawson.
This week’s post is sort of a preview for the new Netflix show – listing 5 reasons why we should be excited for Marvel’s Daredevil. Continue reading “Marvelous Monday #12 – 5 Reasons To Be Excited For Daredevil”
On the 7th of January 2015 Netflix announced the release date for the first of four Marvel Shows, within the continuity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, preceding the team-up show The Defenders. The first solo-show revolves around Daredevil, and is to be released on the 10th of April 2015. They also released a brief teaser, which is viewable above the block of text, and right here.
Daredevil is produced and developed by Drew Goddard, of Cabin In The Woods-fame, and it has Steven S. DeKnight, of Starz’ Spartacus-fame, as a showrunner. The show stars Charlie Cox, known for Stardust & Boardwalk Empire, as the titular character – Vincent D’Onofrio as Kingpin – Deborah Ann Woll as the classic Daredevil-love interest Karen Page – and Rosario Dawson as Claire Temple.
Thus this show premieres 14 days prior to the Avengers: Age Of Ultron wide-release in Northern Europe, and two days prior to Game of Thrones on HBO – set your schedule accordingly.
For much more on Netflix, Marvel, and The Man Without Fear – stay tuned.
– I’m Jeffrey Rex.