This has been such a great story I highly suggest if you haven't been following Daredevil pick up the last issue and this one. We are finally starting to get Daredevil issues to the level of quality we want and deserve. "Purple" is a story arc that shouldn't be missed. Read Full Review
The introduction of the Purple Man into a story about how Matt Murdock forced the world to forget about his secret identity as Daredevil makes one wonder if Daredevil wasn't able to use the villain's power to his own advantage. If true, did Daredevil actually mind-control the entire world? And, if so, what would the unintended ramifications of that be? Will have to wait to see how events unfold in the rest of this arc for Daredevil's secret to be revealed. Worth a look. Read Full Review
After reading #17 I really wasn't all that interested in the telling of how Matt was able to get his secret identity back but #18 has changed that. Soule was able to craft a wonderfully told chapter here with great pacing and insight into Matt's mind! I really like how he has written the purple man in this issue really making him seem as terrifying as he should be! The art works so well with this book. Cannot wait to see where this story goes!
This was a riveting issue. It was cool to see The Purple Man, who I don't really know from the comics so much as "Jessica Jones" on Netflix. But he is terrifying here as he was there. The ending of this issue leaves me hanging on anxiously for the next. Charles Soule seems to have Daredevil down, and Ron Garney's raw art style is the perfect fit for this character and this story. Impressive stuff.