ByOrlando Torres Borrero, writer at
Orlando Torres Borrero

The new Daredevil series blasted the TV and internet really hard, with this new show Marvel regained his power in television witch their competitor DC has in control. Marvel started with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D followed by Agent carter, a good series but to tedious to watch. Daredevil introduces this dark and mysterious comic to the screen with everything the fan wants.

Lets first talk about Matt Murdock (portrayed by Charlie Cox) we start with young Matt already affected by his accident. During the show we are put on Murdock's shoes going back and forth between the present and the past. We experience how he gained his abilities and the struggle he goes thru controlling them and doing nothing about his city.

Foggy Nelson (portrayed by Elden Henson) this character in the previous movie was characterized by Jon Favreau and was still very close to the comic book character. Knowing this, Henson gives life to Foggy as if he was mr. Nelson. Writing wise (SPOILER ALERT) letting Foggy know the true identity of The Devil of Hell's Kitchen was a huge gamble, but Drew Goddard and Stan Lee ( one of the few writers of the show) achieved pure gold for the audience.

Karen Page (portrayed by Deborah Ann Woll) is introduced in the show as Nelson and Murdock first client. She was caused of murdering a co-worker but was exonerated by both attorneys. Ms. Page is both Foggy's and Matt's love interest(in the comics), but I guess is going the same way i the show. Im not that aware of this character in the comics but Deborah Ann Woll is playing to perfection her role in the show. She was previously on the hit HBO show True Blood and she was marvelous in the show.

Wilson Fisk (portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio) aka Kinpin is showed as a very complex man between doing good by creating evil. We see him struggle with his past and by this we see Fisk becoming the first enemy of the Daredevil. Vincent D'Onofrio plays his to the ink of the comic. His acting is spectacular and follows the comic book villain the the point.


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