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The second trailer for Netflix's Daredevil looks utterly badass


It’s hotting up in Hell’s Kitchen again…

After saving residents from tyrant Wilson Fisk in the last season of Marvel and Netflix’s titular blockbuster series, Daredevil is back, with even more baddies to deal with.

Picking up directly from last week's trailer, which introduced us to Frank Castle (The Punisher) and teased us with Matt's old flame Elektra, appearing in the very last shot, the latest footage shines a light on who exactly the three will be facing:

The Yakuza. Which is about as bad as it sounds.

Ever since lawyer-cum-vigilante Matt Murdock started tearing the underworld a new one, the sleekly outfitted criminal group have been lurking in the shadows, watching him do their job for them and are coming to take the city.

Cue our man being beaten to a bloody pulp every night and still managing to do the job. We can't wait.

Daredevil season two is on Netflix from 18 March



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