Quality marvel as usual... Murdock's character in the first few episodes was aggravating me, but eventually became the character to cheer for again. The Kingpin and Bullseye characters are handled great. At times the pace seems a little slow compared to season 2, but things depict upend come together nicely. Action is good as always, and the development/backstory of some key characters keeps the interest going for hopefully another season.
After deliberating whether to watch season 2 (I love Marvel, but season 1 was devoid of anything interesting/memorable AND had a hero I didn't care for...), season 2 was far better. The main character (Rand) was a lot more self reflective and relatable, there were a number of interesting characters that were developing, and there was a well constructed story that actually made one eager to watch the next episode. Really, they just elevated this to a Marvel standard... still nowhere near DD, but on par with Luke Cage & Jessica Jones now.
Starts out slow and kinda tough to get into, but develops alright and has a memorable villain. At times seems like it's too much about how much of a mess Jessica is, but I guess that's kinda the point.
Not a lot of pace, but it's really about the character development. Decent balance of character and action scenes (I feel like if they went with more action scenes, it would get repetitive pretty quick)
Slow starting, but does a good job of pulling together 4 different characters (feels) and creating a team without too many of the cliche internal conflicts. Good action, good characters and a straight forward plot that manages to not to name drop 'the hand' too much (the storyline seems like it has been around for years). The characters development was good (JJ was the only one that did not seem more interesting by the end).
Each Marvel series seems to move a bit slower, and this one certainly doesn't have an energizing pace, but most Marvel series are propelled by the character development.... Unfortunately, there are very few intriguing characters in this series, and I am not sure I even like the main character (he's a billionaire that seems to just be running around thinking 'me!, me!, me!'). The final 4 episodes salvaged the series, but up until that point there was not the usual draw to start the next episode.. more just persevering because of a trust in Marvel.