Marvel Cinematic Universe Memorabilia

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a comic book fans dream come true for demonstrating what superhero movies can be capable of since 2008. No matter how strong it may be currently, it always helps to look back on its history to observe Marvels progress in the past and see how far they have come while recognizing areas that need improvement. Not everything will be perfect and it's important to note the strengths and weaknesses of each comic book movie in the timeline, no matter how much we may love or hate each entry.

Please note that any movies that are currently in theaters won't be covered until a few of months after its release.
  • Phase 1
    • Iron Man: The movie that started the universe follows Tony Stark creating the Iron Man suit after being hit with a dose of reality of how his weapons have been used for malevolent means. I enjoyed this first installment for being a framework that Marvel has followed (for better or worse) and setting the bar superhero movies at the time. ⭑⭑⭑⭑🍿
      • Pros: Robert Downey Jr.'s performance. The quality of the action scenes. The beginning of the Stan Lee cameos. The nice little chemistry between Tony and Pepper. The post credits scene. The nice doses of humor. 
      • Cons: Terrance Howard. The lackluster business partner villain. The beginning of the weak Marvel villains. Not many action scenes.
    • The Incredible Hulk: Another chance at introducing the Hulk to comic book fans, it follows Bruce Banner as he attempts to cure his condition while being hunted down by the military. I thought it was decent, though it's worth noting Hollywood has had a rough history in adapting the character in the most appropriate manner and is sign that it needs improvement. ⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: The performance of Tim Roth, Tim Blake Nelson, and Edward Norton. The action involving the Hulk, particularly the climax. The post credits scene. Better than Ang Lee film. Police car boxing gloves.
      • Cons: The Hulk isn't given much awesome stunts to show how incredible he can be. Not enough development for the story and out of nowhere subplots that don't go anywhere. 
    • Iron Man 2: Another movie that proved Marvel still has room for improvement where the sequel for Iron Man follows Tony Stark dealing with new developments in his life after revealing his identity to the world. Personally, this is one of the weaker entries in the MCU and a step down from what was set with the first entry. ⭑⭑1/2
      • Pros: Robert Downey Jr's performance. The suitcase armor gadget scene. Don Cheadle as a better actor to portray James Rhodes. 
      • Cons: A business suit villain (again). Too many story pieces that don't matter at all. This is basically boring filler since it doesn't affect anything at all. Less action involved. Underusing Black Widow (and the start of her constant use of her scissor leg grabbing move she does a lot).
    • Thor: Taking a break from Iron Man, we take a trip to one of the nine the realms, Asgard, where the prince Thor is banished to Earth to learn some humility after making a hasty decision. I had a good time with this film for being in a different environment and feel, despite it's own flaws. ⭑⭑⭑1/2
      • Pros: The performances of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. The creative variety of actions. The visuals of Asgard. Thor using Mjolnir in action. Thor and Jane nice little romance. Thor visiting the pet shelter. Loki's start as the MCU's most compelling villain. The post end credits scene. 
      • Cons: Kat Dennings. Loki's convoluted plan. Odin being a terrible father. Stellan Skarsgard could have been given better writing. 
    • Captain America: The First Avenger: Marvel takes us back in time to the 1940s as Steve Rogers enters a super soldier program in order to join the Army and aid in the war effort. I have a good time whenever I watch this as a classic action adventure origin story for Captain America. ⭑⭑⭑⭑🍿
      • Pros: The performances of Chris Evans, Tommy Lee Jones, and Hayley Atwell. The cheesy moments. The brother moments between Steve and Bucky. The post end credits scene. Fun action stunt scenes. The beginning use of the vibranium shield as a frisbee. The nice little tidbit involving the boy in the water encouraging Steve to go after the goon aka "It's okay! I can swim". Having fun with cliches. 
      • Cons: Red Skull falls into normal MCU lackluster villain turf.
    • The Avengers: Finally after setting up origin stories, Marvel brings these characters together in a team up against a crafty villain whose executed plans affect the world with long term consequences. I have a fun time whenever I watch this, especially experiencing it in a large crowded theater of cheering fans sharing the same experience. ⭑⭑⭑⭑1/2🍿
      • Pros: Basically every creative action scene that takes place, whether it involves equipment or just straight up hand to hand combat. Better introduction and uses of Black Widow and Hawkeye. Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk. That one particular Hulk-Loki scene we all love to laugh at. The good developments later in the timeline following this movie. So many jokes and one liner quips done pretty well. The post credits scene. They chemistry between the actors.
      • Cons: Loki's convoluted plan. Not much development for Hawkeye. The bad developments in the timeline following this movie. Some of the Joss Whedon comedy falling flat.
  • Phase 2
    • Iron Man 3: The first movie to explore the aftermath of the events in the Avengers follows Tony Stark forced to deal with a new threat to his life after one of his close friends is attacked. While I found it more entertaining and an improvement over Iron Man 2, I feel let down with what happened in yet another filler plot for the character not only as a follow up after the events in New York but as another dull Iron Man sequel. ⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: Robert Downey Jr's performance. The creative action sequences. Fun material for Don Cheadles character to deal with. The interactions between Tony and the kid who helps him. The post end credits scene.
      • Cons: The two dumbest moves that happen here: Tony publicly giving his home address to bring the enemies attention, which leads to him not having a defensive plan in mind when attacked by their minions AND the entire Mandarin reveal. Yet another dull evil businessman villain. The underuse of Pepper Potts and Gwyneth Paltrow. Tony Stark for some weird reason getting panic attacks. 
    • Thor: The Dark World: Continuing the storylines post-Avengers finds Asgard attacked by a new threat connecting a chain of events involving Thor's girlfriend and follows him in a race across the cosmos in parts of the adventure trying to foil a new villains plans. For all the problems I have with the Iron Man sequels, I found this Thor sequel very disappointing and more dull as well as a boring time waster while currently being the worst movie the MCU has put out (so far). ⭑⭑
      • Pros: The performances of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. The creative use of a certain concept in the climatic battle. The interactions between Loki and Thor (despite the limited screen time for the former). 
      • Cons: The dull focus on Jane. More Kat Dennings. The only point was to establish an infinity stone. Lack of wonder when in Asgaard. The most forgettable MCU villain of all time. Action was tame and incredibly lackluster. Lack of emotion surrounding a certain character's death. The weakest use of the post-New York effects in a movie. Natalie Portman, Christopher Eccleston, and Stellan Skarsgard being wasted. 
    • Captain America: The Winter Soldier: The third film post-Avengers observes Steve Rogers adapting to an ever changing world while discovering a powerful conspiracy happening in an organization he serves to protect the world as well as an old relic from his past life long thought dead. I was blown away by how exceptional the sequel film was in not only expanding on established characters but the effort put into it. ⭑⭑⭑⭑1/2🍿
      • Pros: The performances of Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel Jackson, and Sebastian Stan. Great action scenes. Great development for Steve Rogers. Better material for Black Widow and her interactions with Captain America. A good introduction for Falcon. An espionage spy film kind of feel. The conspiracy and its affect on Marvel's Agents of Shield. A great use of developing the world following the aftermath of the Avengers. The consequences it carries to the rest of the MCU. 
      • Cons: The Winter Soldier could have been given a little more screen time. 
    • Guardians of the Galaxy: Another installment taking place in the cosmos follows Marvel introducing a new teams of misfits (basically the Space Avengers) being forced to team up on a relatively simple mission that becomes something bigger than what they were expecting while introducing an upcoming big bad that we would have to wait a very long time to meet. I fell in love with this movie from start to finish with everything new and different being introduced, as a result becoming my one of my favorite MCU movies. ⭑⭑⭑⭑1/2🍿
      • Pros: The performances of the Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista, Zoe Saldana, and Bradley Cooper. It doesn't take itself seriously. The zany action scenes, whether it's a laser gun shootout, hand to hand combat, and battles in the spaceship. The climatic battle. The use of the infinity stone. The casting and actions of Yondu and him in action. The entire scene involving The Collector and exposition of the Infinity Stones, including Benicio Del Toro's performance. The development for Star Lord, Drax the Destroyer, and Rocket Raccoon. "I am Groot". "We are Groot". The post credits scene. The entire soundtrack. You don't need any of the previous films to get ready for this one. It doesn't take itself seriously.
      • Cons: Not enough material for Gamora. Weak Marvel alien villain. 
    • The Avengers: Age of Ultron: The time has come for the Avengers to unite again to finish some leftover business from before and come across a new threat they have created that will affect the world. I thought it was average but very clunky with the number of side stories going on while still being entertaining. ⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: Better development for Hawkeye. The Hulkbuster battle scene. The humor still works well. Introducing Scarlett Witch and Quicksilver (mainly the former). Paul Bettany as Vision. The party scene involving Thor's hammer, including his reaction at a certain point.
      • Cons: Repeating a lot things that happened in the Avengers. Ultron being a weak villain. The effect it had in breaking Joss Whedon. The romance between Bruce Banner and Natasha Romanoff not working that well in general. The convoluted villain plan (again). The confusing nature of creating Vision. More filler setting up for other movie such as Thor: Ragnarok and Infinity War. Even though the humor worked, it could have toned down on the use of jokes. It could have done without a few action scenes in exchange for more story development. Seemed pretty rushed.
    • Ant-Man: Continuing to expand on the world after Sokovia incident after the Age of Ultron, Marvel introduces another light hearted character in Scott Lang as he is hired to use Hank Pym's equipment to enact a heist that will ultimately affect the fate of the world. While it follows the Iron Man formula again, I have an enjoyable time with how much fun it can be. ⭑⭑⭑⭑🍿
      • Pros: The performances of Paul Rudd, Evangline Lily, and Michael Douglass. The humor, especially from Michael Pena. The climatic battle. All of the shrinking sequences. The father-daughter relationships. Ant-Man's encounter with one of the Avengers. 
      • Cons: Yet another lackluster Marvel Villain. The behind the scenes issues involving Edgar Wright. A copycat of the Iron Man formula. 
  • Phase 3
    • Captain America: Civil War: Deciding to change the status quo after building tension with the events in New York, Sarkovia, and the incident with SHIELD, government intervention have divided the Avengers with one faction led by Steve Rogers and Tony Stark, which leads to new developments that affect their world. I really liked this third entry to the Captain America trilogy and have a hard time determining whether it's better than The Winter Soldier. ⭑⭑⭑⭑🍿
      • Pros: The performances of Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. The introduction and portrayals of Black Panther and Spider-Man. The airport fight sequence and its surprise tricks. "We haven't met yet. I'm Clint" "I don't care". The post credits scene. It's a good version of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (if you don't think so look at the honest trailer for Civil War and it mentions a good number of them). 
      • Cons: The airport fight has one fundamental flaw that could have been exploited to stop Captain America and Bucky from escaping. Another confusing convoluted villain plan that's harder to follow than Luthor's plan in Batman v Superman. Marvel's treatment of Crossbones in the first 10 minutes. Too much dialog. The choppy editing of the action.
    • Doctor Strange: Taking a break from the Avengers shenanigans, Marvel brings Stephen Strange, a talented doctor horribly injured after an accident, into a strange mystical environment and deals with the morality of magic use while having to contend with an ancient evil that threatens the world. I had an enjoyable time with this adventure and how different the environment was compared to the past movies. 
      • Pros: The performances of the main cast. Amazing visuals. Great action. The newest member to the Avengers: The cloak of levitation! "You don't know how to use that do you?" "Dormammu! I've come to bargain!" The Eye of Agamotto. The car crash scene. Both of the end credits scenes. The new Marvel logo! 
      • Cons: Lackluster villains. A copycat of Iron Man formula (again). The terrible security of the temples. The story's pacing issues.
    • Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2: Taking place a few months after their victory over Ronin the Accuser, The Guardians find themselves confronting their individual family issues after encountering Peter Quill's long lost father while avoiding being hunted by the Ravagers and the Sovereign. While not as good as its predecessor, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 proves itself as a good sequel that allows emotional character growth, gorgeous visuals, an amazing soundtrack, over-the-top action, and fun quirky humor. ⭑⭑⭑⭑🍿
      • Pros: "Do you have any Scotch tape?" The character development for Star Lord, Gamora, Rocket, and Yondu. Drax's interactions with Peter and Mantis. Anything involving Mantis. Gamora given better material to work with. The gorgeous visuals. The soundtrack (though not as good as the first movie). "I'm Mary Frickin Poppins!" The sweet moments in looking at each characters family issues. Being restrictive with Baby Groot usage. The action scenes. The system behind the Sovereign drones. The five post credit scenes. The funeral scene. Ego and his plans for Star Lord.
      • Cons: The Sovereign lacking. The first half was a little disjointed with a lot of moving pieces. The Taserface joke not really effective. A little bit exhausting to watch (but still fun). Chris Pratt's dramatic acting and his arc being the weakest.
    • Spider-Man Homecoming: Taking place somewhere after Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker and his reckless attitude seeks to prove himself to Iron Man by taking on the Vulture while making life worse for his fellow high school peers and without giving us any emotional attachment to the main character. Spider-Man: Homecoming is a pleasant lighthearted Marvel film that brings the titular character into a fresh new setting, though as a Spider-Man movie its focus on its main storyline ignores potential bond building moments important to the hero. ⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: Tom Holland and Michael Keaton's performances. Peter's coming of age story arc. The interrogation scene between Peter and Vulture (insert Batman jokes). The funny moments of humor from Karen. The fascinating concept Adrian introduces to Peter. The last post credits scenes. Not killing Keaton. Interrogation Mode. 
      • Cons: Plays it too safe. Most of Ned's stereotypical behavior highlighting the Marvel fatigue. The marketing spoiled too many surprises. Most of the action scenes being too tame and not at all threatening to Spider-Man who's basically on his way to becoming a god. The lack of screen time for the Aunt May-Peter Parker family bond. Bland romantic interest. Too much setting seeds in for future. Hot Aunt May Jokes. Too much immature humor. Lack of emotional connection. Spider sense neutered. Homecoming dance has less than two minutes of screen time despite the title of the movie being Spider-Man: Homecoming. The "I thought this was the anti-gravity gun" scene. 
    • Thor Ragnarok: The third entry in the Thor trilogy follows Thor and Loki being banished to a far away planet by their evil sister Hela, the goddess of death, and the formers efforts to go back home to prevent the coming apocalypse of Ragnarok. Thor: Ragnarok was incredibly underwhelming and generically boring to watch in how overrated it was. ⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: The Hulk Thor arena fight. Tessa Thompson and Cate Blanchett's performances. The visuals of the Valkyrie flashback. The interactions between Thor and Hulk
      • Cons: Anti-climatic Odin death. Underutilizing Hela. COMEDY PUSHED TOO FAR. Asgaard being destroyed felt lackluster. Loki's predictable prankster attitude growing stale. Underwhelming action. The orgy joke.
    • Black Panther: Taking place after Captain America Civil War, our newly introduced protagonist confronts new responsibilities a king of Wakanda while dealing with sins of the past with malevolent intent. This was something that what was very much needed and while I liked it, I wasn't in love with as other people were. ⭑⭑⭑1/2
      • Pros: T'Challa's 3 'Bond Women" Shuri, Okoye, and Nekia. Eric Kilmonger as a solid villain. The casino and car chase sequence. The moral message. M'Baku. The remote control devices created by Shuri.  
      • Cons: The third act climax. The past coming back to haunt you cliche. Downgrading T'Challa's fighting prowess from Civil War. T'Challa being overshadowed. Everett Ross. W'Kabu's rushed betrayal. Killing off Kilmonger. The rushed stale exposition land of the first act that doesn't pick up until after the main villain arrives. The cringeworthy CGI. 
    • Avengers Infinity War: Two years after Captain America: Civil War, the titanic ruler Thanos is on a violent path for the Infinity Stones and the might of the Avengers along with the Guardians of the Galaxy venture out to prevent this from happening. This has been a huge event in the making and it didn't disappoint. There's a lot going on in here that I enjoy but then there are some personal problems I have since it also relies on emotional investment in these characters. ⭑⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: The action sequences. Most of the character interactions (mainly Team Thor and Team Iron Man). Killing of Heimdall and Loki. Gamora and Star Lord's romance. The ending. Thanos as a character. Some moments during the battle of Wakanda. Red Skull returns. Usage of Mantis. The Black Order boss battles. The post credits scene. 
      • Cons: Lack of investment in Team Cap. Scarlett Witch and Vision relationship. Lackluster execution of concept with Bruce Banner/Hulk. 
    • Ant-Man and the Wasp: 
      • Pros: 
      • Cons: 

Ranking the MCU Movies
  1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy
  3. Avengers
  4. Avengers Infinity War
  5. Iron Man
  6. Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2
  7. Ant-Man
  8. Captain America: Civil War
  9. Ant-Man and the Wasp
  10. Black Panther
  11. Captain America: The First Avenger
  12. Thor
  13. Doctor Strange
  14. Avengers: Age of Ultron
  15. Spider-Man: Homecoming
  16. Thor: Ragnarok
  17. Iron Man 3
  18. The Incredible Hulk
  19. Iron Man 2
  20. Thor: The Dark World 
  • Marvel TV Shows: One of the benefits of the Marvel TV shows is their existence in the continuity the MCU and what they offer for those who find the movies lacking at times. Please note that I haven't seen Marvel's Agent Carter and will only be describing the shows that I have seen. It will also be updated with new seasons and shows that are coming up.
    • Marvel's Agents of Shield: The first show in the MCU to launch after the Avengers follows the antics of the peace keeping organization, SHIELD, as they take on new threats and new developments that shake up their status quo with each new season. It took me while to see what it was truly capable in season 1 until a certain episode, but once it got to that point, I was hooked and very impressed with how the show keeps getting better and better with each new season. ⭑⭑⭑⭑🍿
      • Pros: The performances of the main leads that start to shine with better writing in season 2 and beyond. Improves greatly starting with the impact of the Winter Soldier on the show. "How was Tahiti?". The improvements in the villain arcs in season 2, 3, and 4. The bottle episode 4,722 Hours. The increase in quality with each succeeding season. Some great action stunts. The roles and performances Brett Dalton, Gabriel Luna, Mallory Jansen, Dichen Lachman, and Kyle MacLachlan. The main arcs that provide excellence in season 4. Better villains developed here than those in the movies. 
      • Cons: That majority of season 1 being too much filler. It took a long while for a certain character to get more interesting and complex with how season 1 was structured (but once that point was reached became a treat to watch). Some villains could have used better development in season 3. 
    • Daredevil: The first installment of the Marvel Netflix series finds Matt Murdock, physically blind lawyer, living a double life as a masked vigilante who finds himself on the heels of a large threat looming over Hell's Kitchen and deals with its consequences on his life. I fell in love with this show from start to finish in how this environment was created and the effort placed into making it all flow naturally. ⭑⭑⭑⭑🍿
      • Pros: The performances of the main leads from both seasons. The whole entire Punisher arc and Jon Bernthal's performance. The opening sequence. All of the action scenes, especially the hallway fight and fight with Nobu. The interactions between the main characters. The starting trend of using a car door in unique ways. The backstory of Wilson Fisk. The cool intro theme song. Daredevil's costume. Anything involving Stick, including Scott Glen's performance. All of the flashback scenes involving Matt growing up. The physical condition Matt adapts to while fighting. The Mysterious Madame Gao. The mature tone that would spread to the other shows, including a sex scene. The beginning of Claire Temple being used in the shows as well as Rosario Dawson's performance. The intriguing nature of Wilson Fisk. 
      • Cons: The Electra arc being lacking in comparison to the arcs of season 2 (even though the actress does a good job). Matt being terrible at one of his two jobs in season 2. The ending of the Electra arc. 
    • Jessica Jones: The second installment of the MCU Netflix series follows Jessica Jones, a former superhero working as a private investigator, discovering a menace from her past resurfacing in her life and having to contend with his plans while solving cases in New York. I also loved this show for the most part in being a different kind of dark tone and dealing with a conflicted heroine recovering from deep scars of a past life. ⭑⭑⭑⭑1/2🍿
      • Pros: The performances of Kristin Ritter, David Tennant, Carrie-Anne Moss, Erin Moriarty, and Eka Darville. The opening sequence. Kilgrave's backstory and use of powers. A different kind of dark tone. An intro to Luke Cage. The intriguing nature of Jeri Hogarth. Jessica's dynamic with Kilgrave, Trish, Jeri, and Luke. A sex scene between two people with super strength. The social commentary is takes on. Jessica using a car door as a shield. Utilizing Claire Temple. The thrilling mind game Jessica takes on against the main antagonist. The bar fight scene.
      • Cons: The annoying neighbor character. The Will Simpson arc, though it does give good material for Trish. Could have been done without pushing for 13 episodes.
    • Luke Cage: The third installment of the MCU Netflix series focuses on Luke Cage confronting his past while dealing with looming threats in New York. I liked it for the most part despite how it lost some of it's momentum later on. ⭑⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: The opening sequence. The performances of Mike Colter, Mahershala Ali, Simon Missick, and Alfre Woodard. The environment, culture, and the music. The relevant social commentary involved. Luke Cage and his past life. The intrigue, interactions, and backstory of Cottonmouth and Mariah Dillard. Anything involving Claire Temple, especially her first scene. Very cheesy moments. Blaxploitation type of feel. The action scenes involve Luke. The capabilities of Luke's powers. Using a car door in a unique way. How the show ended up breaking Netflix due to viewer demand. The dynamic between Luke and Misty as well as Mariah and Shades. The mysterious nature of Shades and his over-the-top performance. "Sweet Christmas"
      • Cons: The second half loosing its steam a little bit. Diamondback. Pieces of Luke Cages backstory in the second half. Some of the bad dialogue. 
    • Iron Fist: The fourth installment in the MCU Netflix series looks at Danny Rand, a billionaire who was stranded after a plane crash and rescued by monks, coming back home after 15 years of training and find himself in a quandary of a situation with his life. I found this show completely frustrating and disappointing but not as horrible as the critics make it out to be once I see some glimmers of hope out of the rushed mediocre product that Marvel ultimately dropped the ball as hard as they did with Thor The Dark World. ⭑⭑⭑ (I watched the show when it aired until episode 10 and then stopped for a few months. Then recently I finished those last few episodes to get ready for this page and prepare for The Defenders to bring all four protagonists together for the crossover event.) 
      • Pros: Jessica Hanwick as Colleen Wing. Madame Gao intrigue (no matter how bad the writing was) and the actress's performance. Utilizing Claire Temple and Jeri Hogarth in the appropriate ways helped out. Any fight scene involving Colleen. The very few scenes that let Finn Jones actually do well in his performance. The opening sequence showing better martial arts moves than what Danny Rand can actually do. A sex scene that helps distract from the shows problems...for only a few minutes. Davos being interesting enough to the point of deserving more screen time to develop the backstory for Danny's training in the past. A good fight scene or two from episode 12. "You are the worst Iron Fist." I heard it's better to experience this show on a binge. The show does improve a little bit with some more interesting material in the second half, though not by much.
      • Cons: How badly rushed the show was. The horrible writing that messed up the show as a whole. Finn Jones getting screwed over in terms of his performance based on the writing as well as the terrible training schedule that ultimately neutered his action scenes (he was actually trained on his action scenes 15 minutes before filming it). Talented actors being completely wasted due to the material given to them. The way the story is told. The editing of the fight scenes ending up as choppy as Resident Evil The Final Chapter. Any martial arts aspect is insulted based on how it was treated. Danny Rand being written as super petty as Barry Allen from CW The Flash. A villain problem that's worse than the Marvel movies. Anything involving the Rand Corporation. Lack of Iron Fist power use. The final episode. Mishandling the potential it had while dragging out the story.
    • The Defenders: The team up installment finds our four main established heroes forced to work together against a common enemy unifying familiar foes whose nefarious plans for New York are larger than anything any of them have ever faced. Much like Luke Cage (the show), I liked The Defenders for the most part though there are things that I can't just ignore. ⭑⭑⭑⭑
      • Pros: Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage. Sigourney Weaver's performance. Danny Rand being more tolerable and having improved fights. Colleen Wing and Misty Knight. The dynamic between Matt and Jessica. The Elektra twist. Some great standout fights. Interesting opening credits sequence. Anything involving Stick. Luke Cage sex scene. Danny getting insulted by the group and the villains as well as getting his ass kicked. Jessica's sense of humor. 
      • Cons: Alexandra being lackluster and underwhelming. Bakuto. Weird subway transition shots. The editing and lighting on a couple of fights could have been better, which interrupted my enjoyment on a few occasions. Only one episode that dragged. Danny's dumb moments, though there are only a couple of them and not as many cringe moments like before. The Hand. Iron Fist as a plot macguffin. 

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