Daredevil #13

    Daredevil » Daredevil #13 - Hell Night released by Marvel on July 16, 2012.

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    THIS IS IT! “Megacrime and Punishment” Be here as Megacrime strikes back at Daredevil!

    And Matt’s “happy go lucky” veneer at last begins to peel back, revealing... darker truths that may end his career as Daredevil.

    Artist Khoi Pham returns!



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    In Omega's Shadow 0

    I love the Daredevil covers so far, and this one captures a lot of the same spirit.... but it bothers me that I can't tell if the cover is supposed to be saying 'Hell Night' or 'Hell 4 Night.' The latter sounds really awkward, so I don't think that's it, but still.I'm sure there are people excited by the apparent 'return of Khoi Pham, but I have no attachment to that particular artist. And really, I didn't feel the art was as strong as most other issues. The whole big fight scene in the middle d...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Battle Royale 0

    While the last issue gave us a deep character analysis, this addition provides us with something of an all-out brawl. And, while not fantastic, it's by no means bad, giving us a sprawling fight to witness.Although, because of the nature of the issue, there isn't too much to say. There's an exciting fight for most of the issue, and I can't really give away the ending. I know the ComicVine reviewers had something of a problem with the ending, but I didn't necessarily expect what was going to happe...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    What did Foggy see? 0

    Daredevil #13 rocked! The opening sequence with Foggy Nelson was almost an Alfred Hitchcock moment. Daredevil's resolution to his Omega Drive problem was creative and fun, and the cliffhanger was eerie. Khoi Pham's pencils are not as good as Paolo Rivera's, but he did a great job keeping the art consistent and seamless.Please check my mini-review here: and feedback are always welcome!...

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