Daredevil #94

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Lee Weeks Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 28, 2007 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 8
8.0Critic Rating
7.2User Rating

A special stand-alone issue, and a perfect jumping-on point for new readers! Milla and Matt have been reunited, but the things he's been through - prison, and then life on the run -- have changed him. And now, in the days after the Marvel Civil War, being Daredevil is even more dangerous than it was before Matt got taken down. Can their relationship survive the new obstacles that have been placed in their way? Can 'Blind Love' conquer all? Written by Ed Brubaker, with art by John Paul Leon, and featuring a special cover by Marvel Comics Legend John Romita Sr!

  • 10
    Comic Book Bin - Hervé St-Louis Apr 8, 2007

    The cover, by Romita Senior, did put me off reading this book for a while. It just felt like reading one of those old romance novels. Although it is a guest cover honouring the character, it may not have been a good call. Lee Weeks is back on a Daredevil story and of course, his work fits well with the character. His work is so familiar to this old Daredevil reader that I did not even bother checking the credits. It reads naturally. This is how good comic books are made. You read it without bothering to check the credits. Because the execution is flawless, there is no need to see who participated. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Dave Wallace Mar 2, 2007

    Whilst there's not a lot that's new in this issue in terms of story, with Brubaker essentially recapping the last few years of Daredevil through Milla's eyes, the result is that it's the best jumping-on issue that the book has had in more than five years. After last issue "reset" certain elements of the book, bringing an effective end to many of the story elements which were hanging over from Brian Bendis' run on the title, this issue gives us a glimpse of Brubaker's take on Matt's complex personal life before launching into the next multi-issue arc. I'm keen to see where the writer takes the character next, as judging by the tone of this issue, his life isn't going to get easier any time soon - and that's just the way I like it. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Mar 1, 2007

    Ultimately, this issue isnt all that bad; it just doesnt put anything new out on the table nor does it detract from the title overall. This issue serves as a good jumping on point in between arcs and should be enough to get new readers to dive into the back-issue bins. For current and loyal readers of Daredevil, it wont be the end of the world if you miss this issue. Read Full Review

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