Think villains are rough? Trying facing the real-world networks. That’s what Marvel characters Daredevil, Jessica Jones and Luke Cage encountered as their series underwent the scrutiny of parent television company Netflix. (We dealt with Iron Fist’s issues like racial background in an earlier post.)
For weeks, Daredevil fans have been forced to wait impatiently to find out when season two was supposed to start. Waiting hit a frenzy with shots of the violent vigilante Punisher and the enigmatic and future squeeze / love interest Elektra hit the Internet.
Continue reading Marvel’s NetFlix Lineup: Daredevil S2 Return, Jessica Jones’ Future, & Luke Cage’s Change of Venue
Marvel’s line of NetFlix shows are taking a more adult approach than Agents of SHIELD or any of their movies have thus far. Their inaugural season, which featured Daredevil was a little darker than some people were expecting, and the upcoming Jessica Jones show is said to easily top that.
This past weekend at the New York Comic Con, NetFlix revealed the first footage for Daredevil‘s second season;
Continue reading Marvel & NetFlix: Daredevil’s Season 2 Trailer and More Jessica Jones
I like Jessica Jones. I enjoyed her intro in Marvel’s MAX imprint Alias #1, and subsequent appearances throughout the rest of the Marvel universe like the Young Avengers. And that’s unusual for me: I typically prefer my heroes to be super-heroic and part of team books like the X-Men. But Jones, a retired superhero more at home solo in dark alleys and chasing mysteries noir-style, appealed to my growing desire for more adult, contemporary stories outside of whom is dating whom in the superhero jet set (here’s glaring at you, Superman / Wonder Woman).
Continue reading Jessica Jones: NetFlix Releases New Trailers for Marvel Show
When Daredevil premiered on NetFlix back in April, it exceeded most everyone’s expectations. As a result, the bar was raised significantly for the rest of Marvel’s upcoming NetFlix shows. The next of said shows to premiere is Jessica Jones, and the date of its release was just announced;
Continue reading Marvel’s NetFlix: Jessica Jones Teaser, The Punisher & Lots of Casting
The GrizzlyBomb office was tuned in on April 10th when Marvel’s Daredevil was released on Netflix in it’s entirety, commencing a binge session that left us tired, hungry, and happy. Happy because some of our favorite characters were finally given the treatment they deserved, and tired, because 13 hours of awesomeness does that.
Continue reading Daredevil Gets Second Season in 2016, The Punisher to Follow?