Season 2 of Daredevil arrived burdened with rather high expectations. The first season was a watershed moment for television superheroes, demonstrating a new level of sophistication and maturity which had previously been limited to their Silver Screen counterparts. Netflix’s second collaboration with Marvel, Jessica Jones, not only proved that Daredevil was not a fluke but raised the bar even higher. Thus, by the time trailers started dropping for Daredevil Season 2, fans were ready for another thrilling ride. Given these circumstances it was possibly inevitable that Season 2 might take a moment to find its feet. The first two episodes were engaging yet lacked the emotional pulse of Season 1. Perhaps, the creators placed their hero too rapidly in the Punisher’s crosshairs without giving the character dynamics time to simmer. As exciting as the fight scenes for Season 1 were, it was the character work which truly made it shine. For every hallway tussle there were two more quiet moments which really drove home the emotions. It is a tricky balance and luckily the show found it in Episode 3’s rooftop exchange between Daredevil and the Punisher. From there on out, everything fell into place and Season 2 sprung to full-bodied life.