Daredevil #101

Daredevil #101

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Michael Lark Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: October 24, 2007 Critic Reviews: 4
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Everything Murdock thought he'd gotten back teeters on the edge of a precipice, ready to shatter all around him, as he fights a battle on both fronts of his life - in the courtroom and on the rooftops of Hell's Kitchen!

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Oct 30, 2007

    "Without Fear" has all the elements of a classic Daredevil story arc without feeling too derivative or simply repeating what has gone before. It's a fun ride that I really can't fault, aside from the occasional sense that the pace is a little too considered. However, it's almost certain that Brubaker's careful, deliberate construction of the story will be worth waiting for, and my desire for the book to move a more quickly is probably just indicative of my wish to read the next chapter as soon as possible. Turk's portentous comment that "You don't push Murdock too far" hints at an even more tense and exciting developments to come, and I can't wait to see what Brubaker has in store for us next. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Oct 24, 2007

    This issue was amazing and I'm upset with myself for not giving it a full review. Last issue's milestone extravaganza was a lot of filler and stalled any progression in the story. This issue really cranks everything into high gear, as if Brubaker was reading my mind, giving us lots of story developments and an awesome cliffhanger featuring The Hood! That ending blew me away. I had just assumed The Hood was hands off as Bendis was using him. Seeing him tying into the Mr Fear stuff here was pure genius. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Oct 26, 2007

    Daredevil #101 was another fine read. Brubaker continues to make this title a must read comic book. If you still haven't given this tile a try then you really have to do so. Daredevil combines incredible psychology, well crafted stories and bone crunching action. Daredevil along with Captain America and X-Factor constitute Marvel's three strongest written titles. Read Full Review

  • 7.8
    IGN - Bryan Joel Oct 24, 2007

    Still, heads and shoulders above anything since "The Devil In Cell Block D." Daredevil works best when the stakes are high, and Brubaker uses the unlikely Mr. Fear to shoot our hero up there. I think this issue was necessary to Matt's character, but perhaps not the most engaging portion of the whole story. The good news: With this out of the way, it's only going to get better. Read Full Review

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