Spent part of the weekend binge watching Daredevil on Netflix and came away liking the direction Marvel is going. Where the movie universe is the clean cut polished version full of special effects, the tv universe is ok at best, and the Netflix series fits in the middle. If you have watched any Netflix Original series show then you can get a grasp of the tone and style of Daredevil on Netflix. You are not going to find top of the line special effects in the series but you will not be disappointed, unless you were expecting the cinematic style effect. Because it is a 13 (1 hour) show series, the writers have time to develop the characters in the show. Whether it be Daredevil, Wilson Fisk (aka Gomer Pyle), or other characters in the show, the writers do a good job in Season 1 telling the story of the characters involved. This show is not recommended for young viewers. Where you can take the family to enjoy the Avengers on the big screen, this show is for adults and mature audiences only as it is full of graphic violence from separation of limbs, decapitation, and brutality. As a Netflix show I have to give it an 8 to 8.2 out of 10 and definitely worth the watch. Though I was not familiar with the character, other than seeing him on the 90s Spiderman cartoon show, I 'wikied' him when the show was announced and came away feeling like I have a better understanding of both the character and Hell's Kitchen. On to another "nerd topic" in we want to celebrate the rooting crowd whether retired or still flashing. When was the first time you rooted, what device, and what method? What were your favorite roms (no particular order) and kernels? How many devices have you bricked and how many have you recovered? Those that have retired, what led you to retirement in flashing roms?