We discuss many of the comic-related TV shows being renewed or added to the fall 2017 season, such as iZombie, The Gifted, Cloak & Dagger, Runaways, and more!
The guys talk about the new Xmen TV shows coming out soon, the new trailer for Logan and then try valiantly to define what superheroes and superhero comics really are.
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In most cases of binge consumption, there is a necessity to purge the superfluous – something that simply does not apply when it comes to Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix. Though I’m not sure I would (or could) have been in danger of an overdose, there are certainly very serious withdrawal symptoms surfacing on day one of having no new episodes to watch…
A Brief Recap of Season One
The first season of Daredevil served several important purposes which can be easily overlooked. Other than the obvious origin stories for both the titular character (portrayed by Charlie Cox) and his foremost adversary Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio), it also serves to introduce avid fans and new viewers alike to the on-screen world of “Marvel Knights” – the darker, more adult-themed side of Marvel Comics. Unbeknownst to most viewers when the series started (or in many cases even by the end of the first season), it’s also the first chapter in what will become The Defenders; a team comprised of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. (more…)