5 Superhero TV Shows that should be on your watch list!

Marvel & DC Comics are best renowned for their Action Superhero movie releases worldwide. We’re all in for an action packed year when Justice League releases. We’ve been drooling over the trailers, especially when we see Aquaman. He’s slaying it like a Greek God. Marvel, on the other hand is focusing on some extreme special effect movies.

Did you also know that they are killing it with TV series adapted from the Superhero Universe?

The Edgy Mind decided to list top 5 TV Shows by Marvel & DC Comics. Why? For the love of superheroes!

  1. Daredevil 

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You’ll be hard pressed to find more amazing, noteworthy moments from any show on this list than with Netflix’s Daredevil. Matt Murdock, Wilson Fisk, and recent addition Frank Castle supplied some of the best television moments of any superhero series, and perhaps of any series running today. Daredevil’s take-no-prisoners attitude and eclectic cast set it atop the superhero television list, and we can’t wait to see what else we see from the world of Netflix’s Hell’s Kitchen moving forward.

2. The Flash

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We think if we were to look at the first season alone, this would have taken the top slot, but while the second season was still good, it did stumble a little bit. Grant Gustin and company managed to create a series that blew away expectations and easily reels in viewers each week. We can still recall the effectiveness, and downright shock, of the end of the pilot episode, as Eobard Thawne stared at the newspaper from the future.

3. Jessica Jones

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Jessica Jones managed to surprise everyone by offering a terrifyingly grim side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe through it’s Netflix platform. Krysten Ritter also brought the extremely flawed Jessica to the screen in excellent fashion, battling both external and internal demons along the way. Jessica Jones, as a follow-up to the smash hit Daredevil, worked on several levels, showing us the horrible underbelly of the world of Iron Men and Thunder Gods.

4. Legends of Tomorrow

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Season 1 is a bit of a bummer as its initial previews created false hopes among the viewers. After the story took a wrong turn in the middle of the season, we lost all hopes in the show. But finally, it picked up and with the Season 2 Premiere we are sure that it promises new mission statements and new cast members. So a turnaround is expected. Plus, it’s DC. Expect the unexpected, always!

5. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is the very definition of a series that doesn’t quite know how to balance the ups and downs. Surprisingly, though, the series does manage to offer some good output on a regular basis, yet each season feels like a crapshoot of what you’re going to get. Clark Gregg has done an admirable job of captaining the ship along the way. But the series never manages to excel at its modus operandi, landing it right at the bottom of this list. It’s not one to get overly excited about, but when it comes to standard superhero fare, it manages to do the job.

We hope the superhero stuff never ends. After all, that’s the one thing that connects us to our golden childhood days!

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