Is this the final end for Daredevil…? For years he was known as the Man Without Fear. But now, trapped in his own very personal hell, Matt Murdock must confront the darkness within himself – and what he finds there terrifies him to the core.
When all is said and done, Daredevil: Reborn has been a bust. Issue #4 might not be terrible, but it's still an exercise in frivolousness. This series didn't have to exist, but it does because Marvel wanted to capitalize on the fallout of Shadowland. Soon Daredevil: Reborn won't matter a lick, yet we're still out $16. Read Full Review
There's already enough bafflement floating around the concept that Daredevil has killed, been 'Reborn', and is now being relaunched. It's all so quick and this book only serves to highlight this problem of timing. Diggle squeezes Murdock's return to Hell's Kitchen into the final pages, making his run all the more redundant and forgettable. I really wanted to like Diggle's run, and there were a handful of issues that delivered, but this issue is only worth picking up in order to truly confirm that this houseguest is exiting the premises. Let's all take June to cleanse our palette and prepare for Mark Waid's #1 in July. Read Full Review
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