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* AuthorsSavingThrow: The scene of Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis's story, except for the ending; in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but the Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many ''Daredevil'' fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show takes a different direction: the gun is loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil [[TakeAThirdOption Takes a Third Option]], freeing himself by shooting his bindings, which many felt is better for both characters than what happened in the comic.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: The scene of Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis's story, except for the ending; in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but the Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many ''Daredevil'' fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show takes a different direction: the gun is loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil [[TakeAThirdOption Takes a Third Option]], freeing himself by shooting his bindings, which many felt is better for shows both characters Matt's integrity and Frank's suicidal level of self-destructiveness than what happened in the comic.


* AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters than what happened in the comic.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: The scene of Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' Ennis's story, all except for the ending, ending; in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but the Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil ''Daredevil'' fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went takes a different way, direction: the gun was is loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took [[TakeAThirdOption Takes a third option, Third Option]], freeing himself by shooting his bindings, which many felt was is better for both characters than what happened in the comic.


* AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters than what happened in the comic.
* ContestedSequel: TheOner HallwayFight from "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E2CutMan Cut Man]]" was hailed as an amazing piece of fight choreography. This episode's climax is seen, by some, as being an overly-self-conscious attempt at SequelEscalation and is rather clunkily edited with extremely obvious cuts. There's also the matter that the stakes of the fight are far less compelling than saving a kidnapped child like in the first one, being a rather more generic "fight through all the bad guys to safety" setup.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters than what happened in the comic.
* ContestedSequel: TheOner HallwayFight from "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E2CutMan Cut Man]]" was hailed as an amazing piece of fight choreography. This episode's climax is seen, by some, as being an overly-self-conscious attempt at SequelEscalation and is rather clunkily edited with extremely obvious cuts. There's also the matter that the stakes of the fight are far less compelling than saving a kidnapped child like in the first one, being a rather more generic "fight through all the bad guys to safety" setup.
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* ContestedSequel: TheOner hallway fight from "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E2CutMan Cut Man]]" was hailed as an amazing piece of fight choreography. This episode's climax is seen, by some, as being an overly-self-conscious attempt at SequelEscalation and is rather clunkily edited with extremely obvious cuts. There's also the matter that the stakes of the fight are far less compelling than saving a kidnapped child like in the first one, being a rather more generic "fight through all the bad guys to safety" setup.

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* ContestedSequel: TheOner hallway fight HallwayFight from "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E2CutMan Cut Man]]" was hailed as an amazing piece of fight choreography. This episode's climax is seen, by some, as being an overly-self-conscious attempt at SequelEscalation and is rather clunkily edited with extremely obvious cuts. There's also the matter that the stakes of the fight are far less compelling than saving a kidnapped child like in the first one, being a rather more generic "fight through all the bad guys to safety" setup.


* ContestedSequel: TheOner hallway fight from "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E2CutMan Cut Man]]" was hailed as an amazing piece of fight choreography. This episode's climax is seen, by some, as being an overly-self-conscious attempt at SequelEscalation and is rather clunkily edited with extremely obvious cuts.

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* ContestedSequel: TheOner hallway fight from "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E2CutMan Cut Man]]" was hailed as an amazing piece of fight choreography. This episode's climax is seen, by some, as being an overly-self-conscious attempt at SequelEscalation and is rather clunkily edited with extremely obvious cuts. There's also the matter that the stakes of the fight are far less compelling than saving a kidnapped child like in the first one, being a rather more generic "fight through all the bad guys to safety" setup.


* AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters what than happened in the comic.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters than what than happened in the comic.


AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters what than happened in the comic.

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* AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters what than happened in the comic.comic.
* ContestedSequel: TheOner hallway fight from "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E2CutMan Cut Man]]" was hailed as an amazing piece of fight choreography. This episode's climax is seen, by some, as being an overly-self-conscious attempt at SequelEscalation and is rather clunkily edited with extremely obvious cuts.


AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all excpet the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters then what happened in the comic.

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AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all excpet except the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters then what than happened in the comic.


AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all excpet the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters then the comic.

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AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all excpet the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters then what happened in the comic.

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AuthorsSavingThrow: Matt and Frank on the roof is very similar to Garth Ennis' story, all excpet the ending, in the comic Daredevil does try to shoot Frank, but Punisher had removed the firing pin. Many Daredevil fans were outraged that the comic implied Matt's morals were worthless and that he would so easily throw them away. The show went a different way, the gun was loaded and able to fire, but Daredevil took a third option, which many felt was better for both characters then the comic.

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