Daredevil #1

    Daredevil » Daredevil #1 released by Marvel on September 1, 2011.

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    THIS SUMMER, THE DEVIL IS REBORN. RENEWED. RESURRECTED. With new enemies, new friends…and that same old 'grinnin' in the face of hell' attitude, The Man Without Fear is back in a double-sized first issue and leading with his face! Mark Waid (AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, Irredeemable, RUSE) joins neo-legendary artists Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin for a new spin on Daredevil that will leave you gasping for air. Having turned his world upside over the past several years, Matt Murdock realizes that justice may not be blind to his past and villains may not be the only ones looking for answers. Bring it on. If Matt Murdock could see what he was doing... he'd be terrified. Then Daredevil realizes he was being followed by an old friend.


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    Forgetting Shadowland Already 0

    Daredevil, the second of Marvel's new Big Shots Initiative, launches with this first issue and differs quite a bit from its preceding Big Shot, Moon Knight. Rather than presenting a new spin on the lead character, Mark Waid takes Daredevil back to basics without ignoring what has happened in recent years. Simply put, Waid just does Daredevil right.  Waid had me less than enthused about his Daredevil relaunch with his talk about getting the character back to his fun, swashbuckling nature. It is n...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Better the Devil You Know... 0

    Matt Murdock's back in the saddle with a new lease on life. And he's gonna need it to face all the new problems coming his way.  The Good Mark Waid was the last guy I expected to write Daredevil. He's a great writer and responsible for one of my favorite comics of all time in Kingdom Come, but I've always associated him with brighter, happier characters. My fear was that without his pathos and brooding Matt would simply be Spider-Man in a devil suit. As I read this issue Matt's optimistic aura w...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    DD (not DC) reboot a go! 0

    After all the insanity that has recently surrounded Daredevil, it's time to go back to basics for one of my first childhood favourites. The Good Back in action... As a kid, first getting comics, some of the very first comics I read were Frank Miller's run on Daredevil. Now anyone who has read this particular run, knows that it's a good one. Being exposed to such brilliant comics at such an age, I believe, has helped shape me into the literary freak I am today, not just for comics, but for all...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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