The finale of Daredevil is here and we give our eulogies to so many dead ninjas. Join us as we look into our crystal ball of predictions for the street level Marvel Universe.
This episode brings Tony Sindelar to the kitchen to converse frankly about what has happened to this season of “Daredevil.” We all agree ninjas are awesome. However, is there a point of diminishing returns investing in a ninja army? Join us as we break down the highs and lows.
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Trapped face-to-face with the Punisher, Daredevil wrestles with the morality of vigilante justice. Meanwhile, Foggy and Karen work to save the firm. James, Jason and Moze try out their best legal Kung Fu to break down this episode.
Join us a we sweep up some broken glass, because it looks like no one else in this episode will. As Murdock recovers from an attack, Foggy and Karen fight to protect their new client from both the law and the Kitchen’s newest vigilante.
Happy St. Matty’s Day! Daredevil is back with a “Bang!” Join us in our discussion and breakdown of the Man Without Fear this season.
In this last episode we stand along the rooftops of Hell’s Kitchen and reflect upon episode 13, simply titled “Daredevil.” Jason Snell drops into the fray to finalize and put the Devil to bed. Thank you to all of the Rewind guests and thanks to you, the listeners for sharing time in the Kitchen.
In this episode we try to encapsulate the meatiest portion of the Daredevil series, “Murdock vs. Nelson”, “The Path Of The Righteous” and finally “The Ones We Leave Behind”. Two new tenants in Hell’s Kitchen have moved in to cover the events.
Sweet Mrs Cardenas brings Hell’s Kitchen back into chaos. That might be pushing the truth. However, there were ninjas, lonely breakfasts, bloody hammers and a man called Stick. Those kinds of things Bring Guy, Merlin and Moze to a fever pitch. Come raise your glass to the show that has no right to be this good.
In this episode we crest violent bloodshed and flow with universe building. Characters are further fleshed out as the tides begin to rise again. Merlin “The Hammer” Mann and Dan “The Anvil” Moren bring their pipes to help Hell’s Kitchen.
Out of the ashes of Ben Affleck’s curse, Charlie Cox stars as Matt Murdock in the Netflix series “Daredevil.” These streaming series have a flaw—the temptation to ingest and forget. Guy English, Chip Sudderth and Philip Mozolak are fighting to keep our memories fresh by breaking down the first three episodes.
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