In this episode, “Miller March” continues as Curt and Kevin ring in the second season of Netflix’s Daredevil series by applying their keen extrasensory senses to Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli’s classic tale of revenge, redemption and overheated Christian symbolism.
When his junkie ex-girlfriend sells his secret identity for a fix (we’ve all been there, right, fellas?), Matt Murdock finds himself homeless and penniless as he faces off against the Kingpin of Crime, a murderous psychotic, a roided-up super-soldier, and one very unfriendly health-care professional. Is this the end of everyone’s favorite blind attorney turned protector of Hell’s Kitchen? Or can ol’ Hornhead overcome these trials and tribulations to win a favorable verdict in the People’s Court known as … The Comics Canon?
Things discussed in this episode:
- The lamest rogue’s gallery in all of comics? (Cough) Stilt-Man (Cough)
- Karen Page’s poor negotiation skills
- “The Passion of the Matt” and heavy-handed Catholic imagery
- Leave my credit score alone, you monster!
- “There is no corpse.”
- Lois the Killer Nun!
- Nuke? Seriously?
- It’s an Avengers thing … you wouldn’t understand.
- Why kids don’t play make-believe as Daredevil