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Review of Daredevil #2

Review of Daredevil #2

Daredevil #2 is the second chapter of Matt Murdock’s new adventures in San Francisco, and this time around, he learns that there are some who resent his being there. We also see new character Charlotte “Charlie” Hastert back after being introduced last issue, and it’s clear that she’s being primed for major supporting character status while Foggy’s whereabouts remain mysterious.

Review of Daredevil #28

Review of Daredevil #28

New comic book days was a big deal for Daredevil fans this week! Daredevil #28 came out, along with Indestructible Hulk #10 (the second...

Review of Daredevil #27

Review of Daredevil #27

Okay, so remember how I kind of complained about not being totally sold on the identity of the mystery villain after last issue? Yeah,...

Review of Daredevil #26

Review of Daredevil #26

As you might have figured out by now, this issue finally reveals the master villain inside the can, the foe who has been breathing down...

Review of Daredevil #25

Review of Daredevil #25

First of all, let’s take a moment to appreciate the fact that this is issue #25 of Mark Waid’s run on Daredevil. Even artist Chris Samnee, who came onboard later, now has twelve issues of Daredevil to his credit. Javíer Rodriguez, meanwhile, has been around since the very start, coloring almost every single issue of volume 3 thus far.

Review of Daredevil #24

Review of Daredevil #24

I don't know how Mark Waid does it. And by "it" I mean not only write fantastic scenes, but fit so many of them into one issue. The worst...

Review of Daredevil #23

Review of Daredevil #23

Daredevil #23 is yet another amazing issue from Mark Waid, Chris Samnee and the rest of the team, and that should come as a surprise to no...

Review of Daredevil #21

Review of Daredevil #21

This issue consists of two very different halves. The first half of the book is devoted to Daredevil dealing with 1) an angry mob of freed slaves, 2) the now mostly incapacitated Coyote and 3) the Spot, whom Daredevil manages to free from the strange contraption he was hooked up to. Chris Samnee draws a very creepy-looking “New Spot” with arms and legs sticking out everywhere

Review of Daredevil: End of Days #2

Review of Daredevil: End of Days #2

Daredevil: End of Days #2, written by Brian Bendis and David Mack, reminds us of many of the things that made the former’s previous work stand out. One of the strengths of the series so far is allowing Ben Urich to be the narrator and central character of the story.

Review of Daredevil #19

Review of Daredevil #19

So, review time, finally! And, just so you know, my delay in getting this up should not be taken as a lack of enthusiasm. My enthusiasm...

Review of Daredevil #18

Review of Daredevil #18

After five looong weeks since last issue, we finally saw the release of Daredevil #18 today. The issue is the first of a new four-issue...