Season two of Marvel's Daredevil has already hit Netflix and binge-watchers can tell you that it's already just as good if not better than the first season. The darker tone still works incredibly well for the heroes of Hell's Kitchen, and the additions of both Punisher and Elektra were genius decisions. If you think that Wilson "Kingpin" Fisk posed a big problem, then wait til you see him go up against Frank Castle. As somebody who has seen the season for himself, I can confirm that it is fantastic. While it's not my favorite superhero show on air, it's arguably the best one in my opinion.
Because Daredevil is still in the MCU, there would naturally be plenty of Easter eggs and little nuggets of callbacks from the comic books that we can sink our teeth into. If the amount of Easter eggs in season one was any indication, season two has plenty more. This time around, you wouldn't catch hardly any of them if you haven't seen anything else in the MCU or read the comics for that matter.
Luckily, for those of you that don't have the time to go back, see all the movies and read all the comic books, we at TheRichest have got your back. We've broken down the Easter eggs and picked out some of the most interesting and relevant pieces in the entire season.
Here are 10 Easter eggs from Daredevil season two that will make any Marvel fan giggle with delight. Be careful as spoilers are ahead.
9 Daredevil in Chains
8 Punisher's Dog
7 7. Killdozer
6 6. Tony Curran
5 Gladiator Suit
4 Agents of SHIELD
3 The "Incident"
2 2. Punisher's Walk of Shame
1 Leading Up to Civil War
Marvel loves hyping Captain America: Civil War, and they've even done so in their other movies and shows. In Daredevil season two, there is a running theme about vigilantism being brought down and Daredevil wondering if Hell's Kitchen needs heroes. This constant back and forth is definitely building to what will be the war between Avengers in the newest MCU film. Even in a voice-over near the end, Karen Page acknowledges that heroes live around us. Daredevil also recognizes that despite his messy ways, the world could use somebody like the Punisher. No doubt this is the same kind of reasoning that will affect Captain America's final decision to fight Tony Stark.
Sources: wikia, comicbook
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