I'm enjoying it so far, its dark and gritty, humorous here and there. The action seems good enough and, in parts, more realistic than most hero shows so far, with Daredevil needing countless hits to down a single street thug. Really enjoyable show overall. Course, things get unrealistic again, when mr devil fights a crowd of people with broken ribs, a ripped lung and a stabbed liver, barely being able to stand up, but then suddenly unleashing barrage after barrage of punches on more and more people. I like that he's wobbling around and showing actual fatigue, but I don't like how it only seems to matter in the 3 seconds before he needs to hit the next guy. I also don't like how bad guys with guns seem to stand around waiting like idiots every so often, waiting just long enough to lift up their guns to aim for another shot that our hero can somersault towards them and kick the gun out of their hands.I mean, its typical for mob fighting scenes and I still like that more than people shooting 50 bullets that all magically miss their target, but its still dumb. I don't really understand how he's not using any type of weapon so far. At least like brass knuckles or quarts sand gloves or whatever. Anything that makes it so he doesn't need 10+ punches to knock someone out. Its realistic, but at the same time opens the doors for all that unrealistic 'thugs just wait around lazily until hero is finished' stuff. Storywise, I'm only in episode 5, things seem ok, show's set some time after the Avengers movie, Hells Kitchen was either barely damaged or quickly repaired, Matt Murdock only recently finished his law degree and just opened up his tiny law/vigilante business. He has no real costume or real clients, figuring both out as he goes along, making the same mistakes we saw batman do in batman begins and spiderman do in spiderman 1. I guess its become kind of a trope for vigilante heroes to get beaten up a lot early on. He heals quickly though. No concussion or collapsed lung can hold down a newbie hero in this here marvel universe. At the bad guy side, we have a bunch of mob leaders working together, somewhat splitting up Hells Kitchen amongst each another and selling drugs and people and spreading corruption. Among them the not as big as we remember him Wilson Fisk, seemingly still on his way to becoming the actual King Pin (and having awkward dates). While he seems to be in a leadership role among the mob-leader gang, he's still very eye to eye with everyone. The mob gang is probably going to shrink as the series goes on. What I find funny about Wilson is how his name is supposed to never be told. Yet, every other crook in town knows his name, as do a bunch of corrupt cops. It just seems weird you know? I get why he'd want to remain in the shadows, yet he seemingly has people all over the city just waiting to kill other people who speak his name. Only people who don't seem to know his name yet are average people. But they also don't seem to know any other mob related leaders names and they don't make it a point to keep their names hidden, so whats the point, Wilson? If you wanted your name to stay a secret, maybe you shouldn't have told it to everyone in the first place. As far as I can tell, other than Fisk, no big names have appeared yet. Since I have little knowledge of the source material, only knowing Daredevil from a certain affleck movie and cameos in some spiderman and deadpool comics (and some of the overarching marvel stories), I cant really judge if they hit the character and his powers right. I feel like his superman like super hearing is a bit exaggerated. Can daredevil really make out two russians talking from across the city? And for a guy who needs to walk wherever he goes, he's pretty quick to catch up with people that drive in a car. Anyways, what do you think?