Daredevil Noir #4

Writer: Alexander Irvine Artist: Tomm Coker Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Jun 30, 2009

    As with the rest of the series, it's only the surface details of this issue that tie the book to Marvel's "Noir" line. In most other respects, the central characters are very similar to their regular-Marvel Universe counterparts -- and this combination of a novel setting with a strong sense of faithfulness to the original characters makes this one of the most satisfying of the "Noir" books yet. Andy Diggle hasn't even taken over the core Daredevil title yet, but when the time comes to find his replacement, let's hope that the creative team of Irvine and Coker is still fresh in the minds of Marvel's editors. In the meantime, I'm going to pre-order the TPB of Daredevil: Noir, because I have a feeling that the book will read even better in a collected edition than in single instalments. Read Full Review

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