Category: spoilers

netflixdefenders: It’s not too late to turn t…

netflixdefenders:

It’s not too late to turn things around, Dex. Fisk manipulated you, just like he did me and Tammy and everyone else. I can help you cut a deal with the DA. We can take him down, you and me. Two federal agents… like we were before.

netflixdefenders: that’s it. that’s the show

netflixdefenders:

that’s it. that’s the show

daredevilgifs: Daredevil Season 3: A summary

daredevilgifs:

Daredevil Season 3: A summary

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ravenonthewall:

Matt’s done with your shit

vicky-krieps: 3×05 | 3×08

vicky-krieps:

3×05 | 3×08

that’s it. that’s the show

that’s it. that’s the show

It’s not too late to turn things around, Dex. …

It’s not too late to turn things around, Dex. Fisk manipulated you, just like he did me and Tammy and everyone else. I can help you cut a deal with the DA. We can take him down, you and me. Two federal agents… like we were before.

I’m Daredevil. Not even God can stop t…

I’m Daredevil. Not even God can stop that now.

carol-danvers: I realize that if my life had …

carol-danvers:

I realize that if my life had turned out any differently, that I would never have become Daredevil. And although people have died on my watch, people who shouldn’t have, there are countless others that have lived. So, maybe it is all part of God’s plan. Maybe my life has been exactly as it had to be.

Daredevil season 3

daresplaining: Maggie: “I was constantly anxi…

daresplaining:

Maggie: “I was constantly anxious. I’d go days without a minute’s sleep. I had no appetite and no patience. My brain started storming with hideous thoughts. That I was letting you down. That I was somehow failing you because a mother is supposed to be happy, and all I could do was cry. That you weren’t safe with me, and yet I’d die if you were taken away. Back then, doctors didn’t really understand postpartum depression. They waved it away as ‘baby blues’, but in a lot of women, it’s very real. It’s not a funk, it’s an illness. One that’s impossible to talk about without feeling ashamed. I was sick with depression. […] Jack tried to understand, but the more he tried to reassure me… the more frightened I became.”

Daredevil vol. 4 #7 by Mark Waid and Javier Rodriguez

    I’m probably going to be posting a fair bit about Sister Maggie, because I love her and was nervous about her being adapted into this show… and then they went and did her absolutely right. One important element that I was nervous about was how the show would approach her reason for leaving Jack and Matt– whether it would dig into the vaguely-implied Catholic guilt that was used for years, or whether it would adopt the postpartum depression explanation put forth in Mark Waid’s run. And they kind of did both: Maggie returns to the church believing her mental illness to be divine punishment for her transgression. But I am incredibly happy and grateful that they used Waid’s version of her story– both because I consider his to be one of the best Daredevil runs of all time, and am disheartened that it has barely been referenced at all in this show– and because Maggie’s struggle with postpartum depression is such a powerful addition to her narrative. The show didn’t push it to the same extreme as the comics (she actually tries to hurt baby Matt in the source material, which is what incites her to leave), but even just having it touched upon was good enough for me.