Daredevil Season 2: Minimal spoiler edition

It’s a review! There are mild spoilers below, but as few as needed to review it well. If you’ve finished the series or don’t care about spoilers, the full version is here.

You join me as I ponder the recently released Daredevil Season 2, the series that piqued my interest in superhero fiction after a decade of tired, overblown films about cgi dudes punching other cgi dudes in stupid outfits. But it’s not good news. This second season, while not disastrous, is an often clumsy, inconsistent, and at times painfully cringeworthy offering, which revels in grotesque and unnecessary close ups of torture and death, including multiple slashed throats and the jolly sight of a man taking a shotgun blast to the face.

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Comma Chameleon: Daredevil Season 2

It’s a review! There are spoilers below, so I’ve put an edited, minimal-spoiler version here.

You join me as I ponder the recently released Daredevil Season 2, the series that piqued my interest in superhero fiction after a decade of tired, overblown films about cgi dudes punching other cgi dudes in stupid outfits. But it’s not good news. This second season, while not disastrous, is an often clumsy, inconsistent, and at times painfully cringeworthy offering, which revels in grotesque and unnecessary close ups of torture and death, including multiple slashed throats and the jolly sight of a man taking a shotgun blast to the face.

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I Shot the Sheriff: A Diary of Robin Hood

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The Adventures of Robin Hood is a curious little open world adventure game from Millennium. Following my retrospective of it, I thought a diary would be in order. So, away we go!

Day One

Day was going well, until my peasants stopped merrily dancing for my amusement and fled as the evil Sheriff of Nottingham chucked me out of my own castle.

I immediately took drastic action.

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