Daredevil #72

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Alex Maleev Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 27, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 8
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DECALOGUE PART 2 Exactly how much was Matt Murdock willing to sacrifice in his obsession to clean up Hell's Kitchen? And what does it have to do with a painful family legacy?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 10, 2005

    Alex Maleev's work on this arc has a rather interesting look about it as while there are times when the art looks a little too static (almost like the characters have been cut and pasted into the panels), there are also moments where I can't deny that the art does an absolute amazing job of capturing the natural movements of the characters. In one great little exchange the lead character in the issue first visits his father, and the sheer animosity of the father, and the desperation/growing disappointment of the son is perfectly captured by the art. I also rather enjoyed the fact that the people that populate this story look like normal people, and not cookie cutter background characters in a comic book. I also have offer up my highest praise for the work that Alex Maleev does with the little boy, as the kid's face as he watches the movie is absolute perfection. Long-time fans of Daredevil will let out a bit of a smile as Josie's windows finally get their long deserved revenge. Read Full Review

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