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Daredevil: The Target #1

Writer: Kevin Smith Artist: Glenn Fabry Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 17, 2002

    First off who went and told Kevin Smith that he could write a comic that was so unrelentingly grim. I mean I realize that I'm painting him in a corner based on his previous work in both comics & film, but I kept waiting for this issue to generate at least one scene that was funny, and there's not one to be found. What this issue does do however is lay the groundwork for what should be a classic tussle between Daredevil & Bullseye, and given this will be their first meeting since Karen Page's death, I fully expect this miniseries to break the age old rule that miniseries can only make superficial changes. The one element that I didn't care much for is that far too much of the book is spent detailing why this latest meeting is going to be "big". Now I realize that this is done to bring the newer readers the movie is likely to pull in up to speed when this book is collected in trade paperback form, but I found the opening half of this book was a little weak. However, once Bullseye puts in Read Full Review

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