Andy

Marvel's Netflix shows

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Netflix have done quite a few Marvel shows now, starting with Daredevil, then Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and now Iron Fist. Has anybody else been keeping up with them?

Iron Fist is just out and I've found it okay so far, although apparently critics are slamming it. The main gripe appears to be about 'cultural appropriation', because apparently it's unacceptable for a white American man to learn martial arts...

But anyway, I've been enjoying it as I have liked all the Netflix offerings for the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far.

This is all, of course, leading up to The Defenders which will see the continuity of each individual series link up. 

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I've not watched any of them, but have considered it. Depends how long I feel like keeping my Netflix subscription.

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Ah, they are only 13 episode series, if that helps. :)

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