I read a lot of negative comments about David Macks arc on Daredevil and can see validity in the complaints, but given the story in total and the resolution in Daredevil #435, I think the story deserves a second look. For those of you who may not agree, Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev will be back next month from their much deserved break. Read Full Review
This issue treats us to the story of two dogs that acted as last issue's cliffhanger, and while this story makes for a pretty solid method of capturing Wolverine's inner struggle, the same is not true of the character of Echo as she becomes a decidedly less interesting character once it becomes clear that the character is not going to make so much as a ripple in Daredevil's world. In fact if this arc has accomplished anything it's to eliminate any possible role that the character might've played in this book, as not only is she okay with the idea that Matt has found a new love, but she has dropped her need for vengeance against the man who killed her father. I mean yes it's nice that the character was able to get her house in order, but a mentally stable character does not lend itself to riveting storytelling. I mean Peter Parker has a crushing sense of guilt and responsibility to drive his actions in the present, Bruce Wayne used his childhood tragedy to drive his war of crime, and th Read Full Review
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