Starring: Charlie Cox, Krysten Ritter, Mike Colter, Finn Jones, Elodie Young, Jessica Henwick, Scott Glenn, Sigourney Weaver, Rosario DawsonPlot: We join four individual super heroes as they struggle with something bigger and then realize they may, not only, be in it alone, but may not be able to do it alone.Runtime: Eight 50 minute episodes... ishReview: As with every review, there will be spoilers coming for this guys, so be warned.I liked this show a lot. I came into it with decently high hopes because I think all the Marvel Netflix series have been (mostly) a success. I'm one of the VERY few people that didn't even mind Iron Fist when it came out, perhaps because I watched it later than everyone else and heard that it was basically the worst thing in the existence of mankind (until that point, POTUS). So I watched it, and certainly it had a lot of problems, but I enjoyed it. I do my best to avoid getting caught into the racial sides of things and how America white washes things, but this one specifically made me confused. There is a character in Iron Fist who wanted to play the title role, but didn't get it, they gave him something else. Everyone was upset that he didn't get, so I checked the guy out, turns out he's Asian. I don't care about that, if they wanted to cast him they would have, but people can't be upset that they actually cast someone that looked the part, can they? Yes, they can. Whatever, it happens. I have also had problems with all of the Netflix series' (Daredevil 2 the least by far), but that doesn't mean I can't enjoy the fact that heroes from my childhood are coming to life. Too many people are critical of too many things, I get that this is their job or their reason to live or whatever, but these are comic book book tv shows that aren't Witch Blade or the 1960's crappy Batman (Sorry Mr. West).So when I came into this series I said "I'm gonna have fun, and watch some people kick ass". I feel I did that quite well. From the moment that Matt Murdock puts on his Daredevil suit I had a permanent grin on my face. He was phenomenal. From the moment Luke Cage pulled that Yellow shirt over his huge torso I had a permanent grin on my face. From the moment people talk about Iron Fist being a pretty, rich, white boy who wants to save the world I had a permanent grin on my face. From the moment Jessica Jones... I'm not the biggest fan of her character, but I smiled a shit tonne when she was on screen. Needless to say, there was a lot of smiling going on during this series. I was even really happy with the choice of Sigourney Weaver as the villain, she did really well. She always does, so I expected nothing less, but still.The show starts off slowly, with the four not knowing each other at all, but all of them having heard of "The Devil of Hell's Kitchen", who no longer practices. Wait... he's a lawyer, so he practices law, but not longer practices the art of kicking peoples asses... outside of court. Without his hands... whatever! Jessica Jones is cementing herself as quite the useless drunk, Luke Cage gets out of jail and Danny Rand is making his way back from Vietnam after searching for the hand ( I think Vietnam).Doesn't take them long to find one another and immediately start to fight one another, which is also fantastic. But it also doesn't take long for them to sort of fight each other less and start to fight the bad guys a whole bunch more. 2 of the 8 episodes have a little bit of fighting and 6 of the episodes are pretty well a lot of fighting. Some say that's not a good thing or there needs to be more plot, but this was a very straightforward plot to me. Stop the Hand from destroying New York. They say it in the preview, why waste time trying to jam more in.For the fighting, a lot of people were also upset with Finn Jones' lack of ability to look good fighting. I can't really disagree with that at all, seeing as he's playing a world renowned martial artist I would think he'd look better fighting, but that wasn't as much of an issue for me as one would think. My biggest issue with the show is simple. HOW DOES CHARLIE COX LOOK SO DAMN CONVINCING AT BEING BLIND?! I've seen him normally and he's not blind, he does it so damn well that it amazes me... and makes me wonder if all blind people are faking it. That second part isn't true at all, but still.There's no Frank Castle in this, not even a ghost of a whisper of him, but there's a teaser after, so that's cool. They touch on "the incident", which is Avengers one and there are a whole thwack of good scenes in the series. One could say I spent the entire review... DEFENDING it, but they'd be wrong, it doesn't need to be defended at all, it's just genuinely fun and well done.I have mostly changed my mind, I won't spoil this that much, it's a cursory review of a show I really liked. I don't watch a lot of tv, so this means something to me.Do I think you should watch it? If you like Marvel, yes. If you hate fun, no. If you think Charlie Cox is handsome, yes. 99% yes, 1% no. And that 1% that hates fun? Lock it up guys.