Daredevil #47

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Alex Maleev Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 6
7.0Critic Rating
8.7User Rating

HARDCORE PART 2 Follow Wilson Fisk as he consolidates power in the criminal underworld. After Fisk has accomplished what he sets out to do, will Daredevil be enough to stop him?

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 28, 2003

    A very entertaining issue that some fans might find a little frustrating, as the book jumps back to detail events that played out before last issue's rather dramatic cliffhanger, and as such Matt's situation is left up in the air until next issue (hopefully). Still, I applaud this issue for taking the time to develop the villains of this arc, as Typhoid Mary is given a wonderful opportunity to impress upon newer readers that she is very dangerous, and her insanity is also on full display. However, the while Typhoid Mary's battle is very impressive, the true highlight of this issue is the Kingpin, as this issue has to rate as one of the best displays of the character's ability to control a potentially volatile situation, with very little seeming effort. I mean to tell the truth he does little more than talk, and yet one is left with very little doubt that the person in full control of this situation is the Kingpin. Brian Michael Bendis' writes one fantastic Kingpin, and one can't help b Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Tim Hartnett May 30, 2003

    By no means is this work in vain. It's another Brian Bendis tale, which won't disappoint with his mastery of situational dialogue and entertaining story, but there is little unexpected in this drawn-out comic strip of the Man Without Fear---wherever he may be Read Full Review

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