In Daredevil #17, Soule and Garney only scratch the surface of the big lingering question about Matt’s identity, but it’s an appropriately timed break from the main story.
Daredevil #14 is superhero comics at their best and every panel of every page is crucial, making the series one of the best of 2016.
Readers who aren’t totally into the happenings of Civil War II should look to this Charles Soule run on Daredevil for solace.
After concluding the last short story arc featuring Elektra, Charlie Soule starts readers on a new international tale called “Blind Man’s Bluff” in Daredevil #8. The cover depicts Matt Murdock sitting at a poker table, which as a blind man should prove to be quite challenging… and hilarious. The newly appointed New York prosecutor, Matt […]
Since this week was a light week for me, I decided to follow Brandon Griffin’s example and move outside of my usual comfort zone. I am not as anti-Marvel as Brandon seems to be pro-Marvel, but I am of the opinion that the House of Ideas has been out of ideas for some time. And […]
Daredevil is a dark character – or at least he is when he’s being taken care of by the creative team that are currently telling his tales. Charles Soule and company have returned Daredevil to the dark and dirty drama of Hell’s Kitchen, and cannot stress enough how much I’m enjoying it. I also love, […]
After an entertaining and different run of Daredevil on the west coast, the man without fear returns home to New York. A return to form for ol’ horn head as he will be drenched in the sludge and darkness that fans have enjoyed from his most famous stories. His costume isn’t the only new feature […]
When you open the book you begin to hear it. Familiar electric chords. The opening notes to a familiar melody of Saturday morning. It is the sound of your childhood returning. I had not realized the full scope of the Secret Wars event until reading X-Men ‘92. Marvel has taken the old comic trope of […]