Watch: Every Single Easter Egg and Reference from Daredevil Season 2

Monday, 21 March 2016 - 2:13PM
Marvel
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Daredevil
Monday, 21 March 2016 - 2:13PM
Watch: Every Single Easter Egg and Reference from Daredevil Season 2
Marvel's Netflix shows almost seem to occupy their own version of the Marvel universe, since their gritty, realistic, dark aesthetic is a far cry from the very comic book-y movies. But that doesn't mean there aren't nods to the larger cinematic universe, in addition to the obligatory references to the comic books. Here is a summary of every single Easter egg and reference in Daredevil season two:



We already knew that Daredevil snuck in the first teaser for the Luke Cage series, but this video from Mr. Sunday Movies, who also gave us summaries of all the Easter eggs from Jessica Jones, details all of the tiny allusions you might have been missing. For those of you who haven't binged the whole season yet (if not, what are you waiting for?), beware of spoilers in the video and the below description:

Opening quote
The characters that hint at range from the likes of Iron man, Captain America, Thor and the Hulk to Killdozer. I know right, who is that? It doesn't matter. But you also gets easter eggs that link Jessica Jones and Luke Cage to Daredevil.
 
A whole lot of prominent Daredevil and Punisher comic moments also occur including that time Daredevil was chain up, given a gun and then forced between shooting The Punisher and The Punisher shooting someone else. There's also Easter Eggs relating to comic book writer and artist Frank Miller, who has taken part in some of the most iconic Daredevil storylines.
 
We also get a lot of Easter Eggs and References related to the Marvel Cinematic Universe like what the Avengers have been up to, evil corporations, Claire Temple the Night Nurse helping out Luke Cage, Jessica Jones' vigalanting it up and even someone losing a hand, which is a common Marvel Phase Two trope!
Closing quote

And, as a bonus, here is the official video of that stairwell fight scene (an analogue to the acclaimed hallway fight scene of season one), and some behind-the-scenes fight choreography footage:





Daredevil season two is now streaming on Netflix.
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