With an unnerving and mysterious villain in Muse and a political backdrop complicated in both morality and scope, this latest arc gives us our best look yet at what this creative team has to offer. Read Full Review
Soule seems to be finding his footing lately on Daredevil. I still dont think his issues are quite as good as some of the excellent writers who have handled the character before. At the same time, the last few comics have been enjoyable overall. I think its laudable that he is trying to add his own contribution to the characters lore through new villains like Tenfingers and Muse. While the latter was a miss, so far Muse has a clever modus operandi and enough mystery. Daredevil #12 does a good job of connecting the dots in the story arc while also giving this particular comic something worth reading. I dont think the Inhumans should become a fixture of Daredevil, but theyre working so far in small doses. Read Full Review
For all but those who think Inhumans are the best thing ever, Daredevil #12 proves to be a detour best forgotten as no part of the overall story of tracking down the killer (whatever his name is) will be missed by completely ignoring this issue. Pass. Read Full Review
Yeah! Daredevil: 1, Karnak: 0. F you Karnak. Man,the Inhumans really are jerks, especially Medusa, I'm glad this cop is down with the cause and not willing to surrender to political grandstanding. The art complements this gritty story and the new villain is cool.