Yes, I might quibble with the absence of Quesada's new super-group The Santerians and their leader NeRo - I was disappointed that neither were really given any attention here, and they turned out to be something of a red herring for the book - but they definitely added some colour (and much-needed action) to the series as a whole. I'll be interested to see whether other creators do anything with them in future, as they could definitely be used to tell some interesting stories. I also can't bring myself to assign any higher a rating to a book which has been so neglected with regard to deadlines and scheduling, as - despite the quality of the final product - Quesada has set a poor example to his creators with his own casual approach to what was originally sold as a very personal series for him. These complaints excepted, Daredevil: Father has turned out to be a much better miniseries than I expected, and the high quality of this final issue should hopefully be enough to quiet all the Read Full Review
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