There are some characters out there who are perfect candidates for their own series. They’re developed enough to have more than one layer, and have potential for new threats and ways to grow. Iron Man, Daredevil, and potentially Captain Marvel are great examples. There are others who work better as a supporting character and have difficulty making it on their own. It’s the reason the Hulk won’t have a solo move anytime soon. The Punisher falls in this category, as the first part of his second season can show.
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A blind devil, a man with diamond skin, a powerhouse snarker, and an idealist infused with positive energy all walk into a bar. The bar is destroyed, alliances are reluctantly made, and no one has the fun of a hangover.
There was a time I never liked or even respected wrestling. I thought it was a weird over-the-top performance done by scarily proportioned people in colourful costumes. I preferred more intelligent and serious forms of entertainment, like comic books and video games. The hypocrisy was lost on me at that time.
There’s a lot to be said about race relations, especially in the United States. And while Donald Trump’s administration tends to convey to the white, conservative and sometimes overtly racist republican base, Dear White People, Netflix’s newest addition to it’s video rooster, tries to adress the racial problem by focusing on the African-American perspective.