It's a fun adventure for the character, but it's less a story about Daredevil than it is the first part of his story. The idea, presumably, is to lay the groundwork so that readers can explore more by reading the rest of his published career, and in that sense it's a success -- but if you're familiar with the character already, don't expect anything other than an enjoyable retelling of his early adventures. Read Full Review
A comprehensively disappointing addition to the Season One initiative, Daredevil: Season One has lowered my expectations from future additions quite considerably. Being the eternal optimist, I hope for another reversal of fortunes in perhaps the upcoming Spider-man book or even, the second wave of the project next year; Lord forbid that too much damage has been done to the overall portfolio by then, though. Read Full Review
If a new reader wants to dive into Daredevil, it's difficult to recommend Season One as a starting point. Both Daredevil: Yellow and Daredevil: The Man Without Fear offer far superior takes on Matt Murdock's formative years within the span of a single trade paperback. Meanwhile, Mark Waid's current DD series (of which the first issue is included in this hardcover) is all most readers will need to fall in love with the character. That leaves Season One very low on the priority list. Read Full Review
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