Daredevil #37

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Alex Maleev Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 8
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Matt Murdock is going to court, this time as a defendant himself!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 23, 2002

    Of all the books that Brian Michael Bendis writes this is the one that seems the best suited to his slower pace (though I will admit that I don't currently pick up his "Powers" series, though I've been tempted numerous times). In any event, unlike "Alias" & "Ultimate Spider-Man", his work on this title holds my interest for the long haul because he's introduced some fairly major ideas into the mix. This issue is especially engaging in that it brings the whole secret identity crisis to a head, as it's almost resolved before Brian Michael Bendis decides to take that next step, and have the whole affair settled in the courtroom. This issue also offers up a very solid opening scene where Matt's feelings for Elektra are painfully revisited, and while it's a minor scene I was very impressed by how utterly creepy this book managed to make Daredevil as he made that visit to the home of the F.B.I. agent. A very rewarding read for readers willing to stick with this book for the long haul. Read Full Review

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