Daredevil Season 2 Trailer Highlights Conflict with The Punisher

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Ever since it was announced that John Bernthal would be cast as Punisher for season 2, of the Netflix orginal series DAREDEVIL, fans were excited to see the two rivals square off. The new trailer will only enhance that level of excitement.

A 2 minute and 12 second trailer has premiered that details the conflict between, not only Daredevil and Punisher, but Matt Murdock and his friends. In typical 'It's okay for me to do it, but not someone else' fashion, Matt Murdock doesn't like the Punisher's methods. It begs the question: When does right, become wrong?

"You know, you're one bad day away from being me." - Punisher

It's a line that is clearly meant to blur the line between Punisher and Daredevil. A warning to the man behind the mask that there isn't much separating the two of them. Both characters approach criminals with violence, spilling blood at every turn, but Daredevil isn't doing it with military ordinance. This season could very well define the type of hero Daredevil is going forward.

A season that's setting up to be a giant pissing contest between two of Hell's Kitchen's most violent vigilante's.

There's plenty of dialogue that really explores each character's viewpoint on stopping crime. For some, it's not as black and white as one would think. Stick around for the surprise cameo at the very end, which based on what's said could confuse a few people. I know it certainly threw me off and I had to double check to make sure I had my facts straight. Hopefully we'll get more insight as time goes on. So much is taken out of context in trailer's that are cut up and stitched together for dramatic effect. If you have any thoughts about it, I'd love to hear them in the comments below.

Thankfully the end of the trailer teases a 'part II' coming February 25th.

The trailer is very dark and may be difficult to view on your phone or tablet, so if you get a chance to watch it on a desktop or stream it on your smart TV, that's probably the best way to see it. Season 2 drops March 18th only on Netflix.