Because he is blind, Matt Murdock's other senses are heightened - much more than other blind people. In the second season of Daredevil, he uses his sharp senses again to fight against criminal gangs. Sporting a mask and fear-inspiring black costume, he confronts his enemies during the night. This time, his main opponent is The Punisher. Who is he exactly, and what is his goal? You'll find out in the 13 episodes of the second season of Daredevil.
We find out about the creation of the superhero Daredevil. As a child, Matt Murdock is blinded in an accident, an event that gives him superhuman senses. By day, Murdock runs a law firm with his friend and business partner Foggy Nelson, and by night, he fights crime disguised as Daredevil. His first customer: the ravishing Karen Page. The villain in the story: Wilson Fisk, a ruthless mob boss involved in all kinds of criminal dealings.
As befits a superhero, Daredevil leads a double life. During the day, he’s just Matt Murdock, a blind lawyer. Although, "just" is an understatement, since Murdock has superhumanly enhanced senses and an arsenal of enviable fighting techniques, which he uses to fight crime as Daredevil.
A Marvel adaptation always raises high expectations among the public and critics. Fortunately, Daredevil has sufficient depth, suspense, and talented actors to meet these expectations. Charlie Cox spent hours at the gym to play the muscle-clad superhero, and Deborah Ann Woll (known from True Blood) is splendid as Karen Page – because a superhero series of course has to have a dose of romance between the hero and his beautiful love interest.
Deborah Ann Woll