Writer Ed Brubaker brings to a close the story that Brian Michael Bendis began in issue #41 more than four years ago. This key issue in Daredevil lore is surprisingly accessible given how many plotlines are resolved. Brubaker brings the title character back to a place that's close to his previous status quo, albeit with a couple of new supporting characters. Matt Murdock's life is tied up in a neat little package here, but it's been such a long road to get here that it doesn't feel forced. The timing of Foggy's return is a little hard to swallow, but stretching that subplot out, when it's so obvious where it was headed, wouldn't have made much sense either. I like that there's a sense that despite the happy ending, the title character's trials and tribulations over the past few years are going to haunt him. The emotional confrontation between the protagonist and his arch-nemesis is palpable, but I like that it's not physical. Lark and Gaudiano's art boasts a softer look, and given that Read Full Review
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