WARNING: This contains spoilers for Daredevil Season 2 from start to finish.
Daredevil Season 2 wasn’t quite a series of two halves. In truth it was a series of three quarters and then one quarter. It begins to stumble the moment The Punisher escapes from prison. Conventionally, it is at this point that the various story arcs should begin to come together and the mysteries should start to be unraveled in a way that reveals everyone’s enemy to be the same, so that in Episode 13 old enemies can band together to confront a bigger foe. But this is not what happens. Instead there begins a free fall of plots that start and never finish, a series long conspiracies that turn out to be nothing and the worst crime of all, a final alliance that is far to brief and too cliché for its own good.
For now I am going to assume that everything up until the end of Episode 10 (The Man in the Box) is brilliant, which much of it is, and so leave it unchanged. As such I will start Daredevil Season 2 – The Domrector’s Cut at Episode 11 Continue reading