Daredevil #7

Writer: Saladin Ahmed Artist: Aaron Kuder Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 27, 2024 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 13
6.9Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

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THE WOLF IS AT THE DOOR! The pulse-pounding DAREDEVIL saga from Saladin Ahmed and Aaron Kuder continues - as whatever mysterious force that has made Matt Murdock's life a living hell for weeks has now put him and his fearless alter ego DAREDEVIL on a collision course with the one and only WOLVERINE!
Rated T+

  • 9.7
    SciFiPulse - Ian Cullen Apr 3, 2024

    A fantastic issue in which Daredevil gets a hot tip from a former gang member and reconnects with an old flame. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - Christopher Franey Mar 27, 2024

    Daredevil and Wolverine paint the town red as the Sins continue to plague Matt Murdock. Ahmed will make you question who is in charge of Wolverine and get you to examine Murdock's issue with that particular vice. Kuder and Aburtov give you a fight that delivers on the brutality and won't let your eyes escape that punishment. "Introductory Rites" is a hell of a welcome back for the Man Without Fear. Read Full Review

  • 8.6
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Mar 27, 2024

    Kuder delivers beautiful art in the issue. The fight looks beautifully brutal between these two characters and the depiction of Wolverine is brilliantly menacing. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Kevin Lainez Mar 27, 2024

    Saladin Ahmed and Aaron Kuder knew exactly what the job of delivering a comic book featuring Daredevil and Wolverine fighting needed to be. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Weird Science Marvel Comics - mrgabehernandez Mar 27, 2024

    Daredevil #7 sets up and takes down the next Deadly Sin on Daredevil's journey with a brutal, almost-issue-long fight. That said, the setup to make the fight possible and the semi-religious way it ends feel contrived and a tad lazy. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    ComicBook.com - Connor Casey Mar 27, 2024

    It's a letdown, buoyed only by the fact that the fight between the two is pretty solid. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comic Watch - Dustin Gebel Mar 28, 2024

    Daredevil #7 continues to try and establish its voice under the new creative team, stumbling in the execution of a pretty original idea. Ahmeds scripting focuses on all the wrong elements, overplaying the supernatural and action beats without really digging into the human aspects of Matt Murdock. When combined with Kuders stiff, smooth art style, the book breaks into a poor example of spectacle over sustenance. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Dave DSG Mar 27, 2024

    Daredevil meets Wolverine in a bar, a typical place where Logan takes his breaks, but discovers that he is possessed by a demon bull and without wasting time begins a cruel, intense and bloody fight where Daredevil faces a more ruthless and limitless Wolverine.

    Each demon that has been attacking Daredevil takes the opportunity to possess his allies, each demon represents a capital sin with which Father Matthew/Daredevil constantly fights, when he discovers what it is, there is a way to defeat them and be clear that he must accept what represent in your life.

    With Wolverine he thinks he is the sin demon of WRATH, but then discovers that he is the LUST demon of violence and revenge. Daredevil is a priest so he more

  • 8.5
    sawright20 Mar 27, 2024

    One of my favorite elements of Daredevil is how Matt rationalizes his apparent love of violence and his Catholic morality, and this issue takes on that theme in the most explicit way possible. I like how personal this story is, and always love seeing more of the kids from St. Nick’s. I wish Aaron Kuder was the artist more regularly, too.

    Side note, this might be the worst Daredevil cover of all time.

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  • 7.5
    DDJamesB Mar 27, 2024

    This issue itself wasn't super exciting in terms of plot, but that was a really cool fight with Wolverine.

  • 7.0
    AmericanHealthcare Apr 10, 2024

    This issue reads easily enough, but the broader thrust of the storyline has me worried. Whether this run is good or bad will depend entirely on where it's going. Matt recognizing that the things that he does are not okay is great... but also meaningless if that realization doesn't lead to change. And is Marvel really going to allow Daredevil to change?

  • 6.0
    brutallyhonest Apr 4, 2024

    The structure needs twists and turns. The seven deadly sins attached to major superheroes (and them appearing at the end of every issue) has become quite predictable at this stage and it's not thrilling. The idea that Matt is being followed by the dark forces he thought he had left behind, but it is not connected to what's happening at St Nick's at all, and those bits with the kids feel like inserts. It's a weird writing decision - I don't see how the sins don't have more of a direct impact on Matt's life as a father. Such a missed opportunity. I'll keep this in my weekly pile because I'm a huge DD fan, but this is sadly not super exciting

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  • 4.0
    superstan52 Mar 31, 2024

    still no Foggy. the storyline such as it is, is asinine with "instant priest" Matt apparently annointed to do God's dirty work on Earth, even though in the previous storyline he was completely duped by the Beast. still no hint of how he came back to Life, what parts of his memory are gone. Just a boring mess.

  • 9.0
    wertyud Mar 31, 2024

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    Texas VII Mar 29, 2024

  • 9.0
    Lock Mar 27, 2024

  • 8.0
    retcon_D Mar 31, 2024

  • 7.5
    jmprados Apr 6, 2024

  • 7.5
    Smithd33 Mar 29, 2024

  • 5.0
    vmcomics Apr 2, 2024

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