Daredevil #2

    Daredevil » Daredevil #2 released by Marvel on October 1, 2011.

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    Given his recent past, Matt Murdock has a lot to answer for and Captain America is doing the cross-examining. Daredevil's quickly learning that burned bridges with his friends and former allies aren't easy to repair particularly when Klaw, the Master of Sound, is on his tail!



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    Oh...You Thought I Forgot About That, Folk? 0

    Cap wants answers for Matt's actions taken during Shadow Land and Matt discovers that his latest case has hidden layers  The Good  No false advertising on this cover, Cap and DD clash in this issue and it's a battle that plays out just as it should. Each of them using the others trademark weapon was really interesting and made for some great action moments. Waid manages to make him flawed in this issue without writing him out of character. That's something that's very, very rarely done and extre...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    The Fantastic Character Renaissance Continues! 0

    I'll tell you what, Marcos Martin is gonna have a hell of a time following Paolo Rivera. I don't know if letterers usually handle the onomatopoeia, but this book pays more attention to it from an artist's perspective than almost every other comic. Most books just try and make the words seem loud or quiet with size and loud colors, but Rivera understands that Daredevil really feels sound. His onomatopoeia looks like what's going on. Loud clangs are big. The creak from pushing the shield into the ...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Devil Vs. Cap! 0

    Daredevil is just getting into being back on patrol when Captain America's shield comes flying out of nowhere. Cap tells Daredevil that he's a wanted criminal and that he's been given ample time to turn himself in. Daredevil pleads with Cap to give him a chance to prove his innocence, treating it more like a case in the courtroom than a rooftop superhero battle. Cap reluctantly agrees, but remembers that Daredevil is someone he's trusted in the past. Meanwhile, Daredevil must find out who it is ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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