Now that Daredevil and Kingpin have reappeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans are quite intrigued to see the return of Netflix’s Daredevil more than ever. While the big screen MCU heroes has left the Marvel Netflix show behind despite a wonderful performance by its cast, fans will always love and appreciate Daredevil (and the entire cast of the show) for their great performances as well as for giving fans exactly what they want to see in the show.
With that being said, Daredevil has some of the most thrilling fight scenes we’ve ever seen. From start to finish, the show impresses with its characters and storytelling. Charlie Cox’s performance as Daredevil effectively shines through, making this series exactly what a superhero show should be. Moreover, Vincent D’Onofrio portrays The Kingpin in such a way that makes him stand out from all other super villains. Furthermore, these are some of the best scenes from the Netflix’s show, Daredevil, ranked in ascending order –
The Car Door And Kingpin
The Kingpin is known for making his mark, so it was no surprise to fans when Vincent D’Onofrio took on the role of Wilson Fisk in Marvel’s Daredevil. Making his entrance into the world of millions of viewers, audiences knew from the very beginning that this crime lord wasn’t one who would let his mistakes slide by without taking care of them himself. A prime example of this alluring force came when, during a seemingly calm meeting between him and his enemies, he pulled the door off the car they were all in and proceeded to beat their heads in with it.
Kingpin Vs The Daredevil
It’s hard to pick which of the many superb moments between these two characters is the best. The heroes and villains from this Netflix show had one of the well-crafted interactions you’ll find anywhere in film or on TV. The performances by D’Onofrio and Cox made each scene incredibly special, as it was a real treat to watch them interact with one another no matter what season was going on at that point. That being said, some viewers feel that their final interaction in Season 3 makes all other scenes between them look boring in comparison.
The Conversation Between The Punisher and Daredevil
While most would consider the fight scenes one of Daredevil’s more prominent attractions, the interpersonal relationships featured in seasons 1 and 2 and beyond are proven to be just as spectacular. The defining moment for Matt and Frank is when Frank chained him to the roof and tried to alter his mindset about their differences in principle. When Matt told Frank he doesn’t understand what it’s like to have a choice, this was his way of saying that we all make our own destinies.
Bullseye Vs Daredevil
Wilson Bethel’s performance helped make Bullseye into Daredevil’s biggest adversary. And when we say ally, we don’t mean like The Punisher. Bullseye is a villain that brings the fear that accompanies him in the comics to life! The intense scenes in which Wilson Bethel terrorizes Matt Murdock showed us the relationship between hero and villain. We could hear their heartbeats and feel their uncertainty about the future. Each moment was full of drama, fear, and tension—all of which really grabbed our attention as viewers!
Frank’s Emotional Journey
Everyone knows The Punisher as the guy who shoots criminals without any mercy. But what we witnessed in Daredevil is more than just a man who hunts bad guys. He had showed how he was betrayed by the woman he loved and how his life fell apart after that. He also went through another series of tragedies especially when his family was brutally murdered by mobsters upon returning from Vietnam War. It was all part of making people understand that Frank Castle is not just a killing machine, rather an emotionally tortured soul.