Daredevil: Father #5

Writer: Joe Quesada Artist: Joe Quesada, Richard Isanove Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
8.5Critic Rating
6.5User Rating

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Jan 10, 2006

    This is one of those issues which not only continues to tell its story in a compelling and exciting way, but also works to retrospectively improve previous installments through the strength of the resolution of many of the books dangling plot threads. Quesada has obviously planned this series very carefully, and its been a treat to see him intertwine the many and varied story threads and build them into a cohesive conclusion. He also shows a reverence for Daredevils continuity and character history, examining his relationship with his father from a fairly unexplored and yet perfectly logical point of view. Like Batmans parents, Spider-Mans Uncle Ben or Captain Americas Bucky, Matts dead father is predominantly used as an iconic motivation for Daredevils superhero activities, and its refreshing to see a writer use him as a character rather than a simple catalyst, taking a step back to examine how his actions in life might continue to affect Matts existence in the modern Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Deeley Jan 6, 2006

    So now that the mysterys been solved, does the story still stand on its own? Ill answer that with the next issue. Read Full Review

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