Where the Fox Daredevil film was sleek and polished in the Hollywood tradition, despite the gritty and noir overtones of the source material, Netflix Daredevil is thoroughly contemporary look at Matt Murdock that shows a New York that it still to come to grips with a world populated by Norse Gods and Super Soldiers. Unlike Agents of SHIELD or Arrow, the cast of Daredevil don't look like off-duty underwear models, Elden Henson is a wonderfully ugly Foggy Nelson and even Charlie Cox (Matt) is scuffed up and bruised more often than not.
If Daredevil is indicative of what's to come with the Netflix MCU tie-ins, I'm pretty excited. Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Misty Knight, Iron Fist and the Punisher are all set to break into the MCU in a big way. I can't wait for SLJ Fury to send Frank on a mission to rescue a small Russian girl. Hell, in a year or two we're all set for Secret War as a film or TV mini-series. As Fury said "This is how you teach them."