Whilst there might be a couple of plot elements which seem a little too conveniently massaged into place to suit the story (especially when you consider the seven-year gap between the events of the first five issues and the majority of this final instalment), these nitpicks are minor at best. This is an excellent finale to a miniseries which has showed a very different take on Daredevil to the current direction of his core title, making the most of Matt Murdock the lawyer and restraining his presence as Daredevil to great effect. Daredevil: Redemption dares to show us a story about what happens when the system doesnt work as it should, and even questions whether Matts actions as a vigilante really go far enough to make a difference this time. The series true villain may meet some sort of justice by the time events in this issue play out, but the justice that is delivered by Daredevil is after the event, and is ultimately too little too late. Theres a bittersweet quality to this Read Full Review
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