Daredevil #16

    Daredevil » Daredevil #16 released by Marvel on October 1, 2012.

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    Nelson/Murdock no more! Foggy’s discovered a secret Matt’s been keeping--and he doesn’t take it well!

    And a last page shock that will have Daredevil fans buzzing!

    Series Stalwarts Mark Waid and Chris Samnee bring you a turning point in the lives of Marvel’s most famous legal team!



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    Nelson and Murdock no more (ish) 0

    Daredevil has probably been the best book marvel have been publishing and this story arc has been one of the best in the series in terms of writing and art.The GoodThis issue starts off with a scene with Ant Man in side Matt's head trying to destroy all the Nano doom bugs and working with Tony Stark and Doctor Strange to remove them and this whole scene is great with some interesting factors coming into playSPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content.Such as the fact that the radiation ...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Nelson and Murdoch No More 0

    I have really been enjoying what Mark Waid has been doing with Daredevil he has taken a character just after a dark period in his life and changed him in subtle ways. And I like Samnee's art hope he stay and they don't start shuffling artists like they've done with this series in the past and what's been happening with Punisher as well.This issue is great I liked how they sent Giant Man in to fight the nanobots. Not a great deal happens in this issue but it's been written so well and flows so sm...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Mind Without Fear 0

    I thought Paolo Riviera was the only one who could just kill it with these Daredevil covers, but I stand corrected! Chris Samnee delivers a knockout right up there with the other golden cover gems. Such a simple idea, but so god damn elegant. And of course its fitting to have him be the one to finish out this arc.Daredevil's safe, but he hasn't been saved yet. He's still stuck in his own world of darkness, his sense completely gone. But now he has Giant Man, Iron Man, and Dr. Strange to save him...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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