Note this post is based upon the first four episodes of season Two.
With just a few weeks till Marvel fan boys worship onto the alter of the Avengers, Netflix and Marvel have released a new TV series based upon one of their B-Level characters. While Captain America, Thor and Iron Man will be fighting robot James Spader, on the streets of New York the Daredevil will rise and watch over Hell’s Kitchen.
April is a crazy month for TV. With Mad Men returning, Arrow/Flash starting to wrap up and Game of Thrones starting a new season it’s almost easy to forget that Daredevil is out on Netflix. The first in a series of five Netflix Marvel titles set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Daredevil comes onto the scene with a lot of steam.
So with that said, here’s a First Impression of Netflix’s Daredevil.
Note: This post is based upon the first episode only. Continue reading
Baseball is a sport that’s either seen as a religion or a boring crawl. While there are merits on both sides, it’s not an easy sport to turn into an entertaining film. Most focus on the people and less on the sport as a whole.
So with people as the focus, you can tell interesting stories about heroes and underdogs. This is one of those films.
As I mentioned in my First Impression post, Knights of Sidonia is an anime that showed a lot of promise with it’s concept, plot and production. While the show’s animation wasn’t what I hoped for, I thought that it would just take some getting use to.
Now having finished the series I’ve found that it’s better than I first thought.
This past July 4th, Netflix entered the anime distribution world with their release of Knights of Sidonia. This marked the first time that the company not only got the exclusive rights to a title but translated and recorded the English dub.
But did the company pick a good title to jump in with? And if so, how did the handle the logistics of producing the English version? Here’s our first look.