The Hand is back in New York, on the hunt for something as yet unknown...but the enigmatic new Lady Bullseye is in league with them, and whatever they're after can't be good news for Daredevil and his friends.
Perhaps it's not that Brubaker is taking this series in a new direction, but that he's returning it to its roots, and doing it in his own particular way. Without a doubt, though, "Daredevil" has now regained its status as one of the must-read Marvel comics. It's the Brubaker/Lark "Daredevil" comic that you expected a couple of years ago, finally free of the Bendis influence. Read Full Review
I was a little weary of this whole Lady Bullseye storyline, but it's turning out to be quite good. Whiny Matt may not be completely gone, but at least he's not acting like this for the entire issue. Read Full Review
Despite a short retread, Brubaker continues to provide an unalloyed action romp, which for this particular title comes as a much-needed shot in the arm. The author's kung-fu story carries what should be a universal appeal, the arc creating a perfect re-entry point for anyone who has jumped off the Daredevil bandwagon over the past year. Read Full Review
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