Daredevil #88

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: David Aja Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: August 23, 2006 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 8
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"The Secret Life of Foggy Nelson"
This month features a stand-alone issue entitled, THE SECRET LIFE OF FOGGY NELSON, a special interim episode focusing on Daredevil's recently deceased best friend. Did we really know all there is to know about Foggy? What remains hidden in the life of this man, that could still affect Matt Murdock's fate to this day?

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Sep 1, 2006

    The writer drops one or two hints about his long-running story into the mix, but for the most part this is a character study of an ordinary man in an extraordinary world who has started to realise just how precarious his position is. Caught between an impotent and corrupt FBI and a heroic friend who has been forced to abandon him as he flees the country, Foggys plight seems unlikely to affect the books core plot to a huge degree at the moment, but makes for a fairly illuminating character study for those of us who have been following the book for a while. Just give us some Daredevil in the pages of Daredevil next time, please. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Aug 26, 2006

    Daredevil #88 was another solid read. Brubaker is impressive with his ability to be so dependable and consistent in his writing. Even his "slow" issues that act as a transition between major story arcs are better written than most comics on the market. Even though we had a guest artist, the comic still looked nice and was enjoyable. Daredevil is still one of Marvel's best titles. It is well worth checking out. Read Full Review

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