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TV Review: Daredevil S2E11 .380

Daredevil Season 2 3The Punisher’s war continues, and so does the body count in Hell’s Kitchen. Murdock tries to finish what the DA started.

Marvel and Netflix‘s Daredevil focuses in on the mysterious Blacksmith as both Daredevil and the Punisher do what each need to do to find the man (or maybe a woman) behind all the troubles.

It’s interesting how each eventually gets to the location and their rather obvious eventual team-up we all knew would come (at least if you read comics that’s the usual arc).

But, to me, the more interesting aspect is Claire’s story and all of the death’s in the hospital. It all feels like that’s the more interesting nad bigger mystery of the series.

The episode emphasizes that when the series focuses on the small instead of the large, it feels like it does better, even when the focus is some fantastical plot.

The action at moments feels a little over the top, but the general direction is much better than previous episodes.

As the series is heading towards its conclusion, things are generally coming together as expected, and it’s more interesting to see how they’re doing that instead of what they’re actually doing.

Overall rating: 7.15