This is truly the beginning of the end for Brian Michael Bendis Daredevil both literally and figuratively - and whilst it might not be quite the best-written or most exciting issue of his run on the title, its a strangely uncharacteristically solid tying-up of the major plot points which have dominated the book since his opening #26. Not quite everything is resolved here, and by the end of the issue, our protagonist is left in possibly the direst situation hes faced since the story of his out-ing in the press began, but all of this bodes well for the storys grand finale next month. Id be surprised if Bendis tries to restore the series status quo within the space of his one remaining issue, and itll be interesting to see whether Ed Brubakers forthcoming run on the book can truly take Bendis ball and run with it, but from what Ive heard the crossover between writers has been as smoothly constructed and cohesively planned as possible, and as such, Ill still be satisfied if Read Full Review
Its par for the course for a Daredevil story these days. Bleak, grim and generally unpleasant, enlivened slightly by the bristling between the female players (though even Night Nurse plays on a level where Milla cant compete and doesnt belong). Her blindness apparently renders her inarticulate and dependent. Im counting the months until this title is freed up to go in a different direction after this creative team is gone. Read Full Review
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