There were plenty of reasons for excitement in Daredevil Series – in the second season, blood simply gushed from the screen, and the Punisher himself stepped onto the stage knee-deep in it. Whoever thought of putting Frank Castle in the plot and casting John Bernthal in the role, he’s a fucking genius. The image of a killing machine sits like a glove on Bernthal, awakening in viewers the dreams of a stand-alone TV show about a ruthless vigilante with a skull-sized hole in his heart drawn on his chest. The uncompromising attitude with which the guy strikes the intended goals cannot but cause delight among those to whom Murdoch’s methods seem to be a half measure.
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Ready to Kill
Yes, Daredevil is still not ready to kill. He wears his horned helmet without pride; like a burden to fulfill a sacred vow. Elektra Nachios, who flew out of the past, was his chance to throw off his hair shirt; and cross the line that he once drew for himself, but not destiny. In a desperate attempt by the mean girl to do a good deed; Nachios unrolled the flywheel of events that plunged the heroes into the abyss of an ancient battle of darkness and light. Oh yes, mysticism, hesitating on the threshold of the first season; entered the second movie as a hostess, after the final credits prompting to exclaim: “Basta! It’s time to call Blade for help. “
Somehow, the longing for a black suit is immediately forgotten; and with all the desire to see the continuation of the story; I want the future for Murdoc and his loved ones to be without tragedies. But the fate of a Catholic martyr, who has taken upon himself the heavy cross of the struggle against evil, rarely promises a happy ending, even if this martyr is the devil himself.