Undoubtedly, the character of Daredevil will encounter an assortment of white villains engaging in the types of crime that depress property values in the Big Apple, driving away decent citizens for fear of their lives in the process.
|The criminals in Netflix's new Marvel Comics show, Daredevil, will obviously be all-white, engaging in the type of petty crime all real New Yorkers is the primary vocation of non-whites.|
By chance, the New York CityPolice Department’s Crime and Enforcement Activity in New York City for 2013 was recently released, providing the type of unfortunate reality of the racial element behind crime in the city "Daredevil" will be sure to cinematically stereotype against.
As Matthew Murdock aka Daredevil (played by Charlie Cox) faces off against a primarily white roster of criminals in the show, the real-world counterpart to the fictionalized New York City is one where white suspects for major crimes are rarer than white guys hitting on Shoshana Roberts.
Of 8.3 million people, New York City is 33.3 percent white, 28.6 percent Hispanic, and 25.5 percent black; consulting New York City Police Department’s Crime and Enforcement Activity in New York City for 2013, we find: