Also, what a great Punisher Sn 1 this is...oh, it's DD Sn 2? Sure, whatever, they can share it?
I'll say this, the narrative that a live action can bring to the Punisher, well to Frank, is the most depressingly, frightening thing you can do. What he does, and why, and how he can keep doing it? Well, it's psychotic, it really is. Ennis hit more to this than anyone else, but in this aired format, one cannot help but look on in horror at what his life is these days. It's sad, and it's horrible.
I also enjoy how they show what a terrible person Matt Murdock is. He's truly...blind...to what he does to his friends around him. He...can't see...just how life presents itself around him. I've felt the best comic writers of DD show this-that yeah, Matt is blind (but sees in such a magical manner), but there is something about not being able to visually see the world around him that blinds him more than anything else than what has happened to him. He can't see the impact he has on people-good and bad. He can't see how he hurts others. He can't see how wrong he is.
I love a hugely flawed Daredevil. And I love to see how close that pushes him to the edge to right what he sees is wrong-in himself and in the Kitchen around him.k