Daredevil #189

    Daredevil » Daredevil #189 - Siege released by Marvel on December 1982.

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    Black Widow is dead, but that doesn’t mean she’s done for. Widow gets a ninja resurrection all her own, thanks to Stick’s favored pupil, Stone. Daredevil and Stick unleash their wrath on The Hand, while Foggy and Widow’s personal meddling leads to Matt and Heather’s break-up. Matt Murdock will have many reasons to brood by the end of this issue!

    Stone resurrects Black Widow using his energy after last issue when she was poisoned by The Hand. Stick, Stone, Shaft, Claw, Daredevil and Black Widow are at Murdock's apartment and then they are attacked by some ninjas. After a huge battle, Claw is killed and then Stick and Shaft use their energy to eliminate every ninja in the room, get killed in the process. Stick says to Rock take care of Daredevil and to teach him even more.

    Natasha tries to kiss Matt, but he says he will get married soon. Heather Glenn shows up drunk, and say she loves Matt. Natasha feels that something is wrong with Matt and goes ask to Foggy Nelson. Foggy tells Matt is acting very strange after Elektra showed up as an assassin and died in his arms. They plan to end Matt and Heather's marriage by sending each one a letter finishing everything, because Matt is only using Heather to warm his feelings for Elektra.

    At the end, Stone says The Hand is coming after a new leader, after they had killed Kirigi last issue, and they would use the body of a great warrior that lies in NY - Elektra!!!



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    dmstarz's favourite marvel comic cover no176 0

    Coming to the end of Frank Miller's stunning run on the book and DD has gone through the mill (to put it mildly). Miller and Janson have been knocking it out of the park not only in terms of story telling but with great cover after great cover as well. Whilst other covers around this time seemed to focus on Matt as being in danger of nervous breakdown, here we have one where the guy is ready and focussed on fighting hard against, presumably, the Hand. Though when you see the number of arrows fly...

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