Babs gives you an early review for the upcoming issue!
Written by: Andy Diggle
Pencils by: Roberto De La Torre
The last issue of ' Daredevil' still leaves me in awe, it was that amazing. If you have not read it yet, then be sure to pick it up when you head to your local comic shop this week. We left the last issue off with the supposed death of Master Izo in a very dramatic scene between he and Matt Murdock. The question on the minds of readers is a moral one, would Matt Murdock really sacrifice the life of an innocent person to gain control of 'The Hand'? Would he take that kind of slanted justice into his own hands just so he can gain control of ' The Hand'? Keep in mind that Izo has managed to avoid death for the last couple hundred years, so who's to say that he is actually dead?
The second moral question is, of course, whether or not Daredevil really believes that an inherently evil organization like 'The Hand' could become good simply by altering the leadership, or whether their influence would alter Daredevil's perception of right and wrong? All of these questions are answered in this issue, which would make it vital for you to pick up if you have been reading the series.
Most impressive, however, is the way that Diggle intertwines Norman Osborn's political influence into the plot. We realize in this book that he really is a force to be reckoned with beyond the muscle of the ' Iron Patriot' suit.
4.5 out of 5