Daredevil #3

    Daredevil » Daredevil #3 released by Marvel on November 1, 2011.

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    No longer allowed to practice law in the courts, Matt Murdock finds a whole new way to help innocent men and women in desperate need of courtroom justice--and we guarantee it will surprise you! Daredevil's new life and new status quo begins here--and if Klaw gets his way, it'll end here, too!

    Note: Black Panther, Iron Man, Thor and the Fantastic Four are only in this issue as a splash panel of Klaw's origin and battle with the heroes.



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    Voices Carry 0

    The strength of Mark Waid’s Daredevil relaunch is its quiet genius. Like Thor: The Mighty Avenger, this book is practically swimming in critical praise, yet I feel like it’s not anywhere as appreciated as it should be. We’re only three issues in, but I’m willing to say that this is the best, most consistently good book Marvel is putting out right now.Where Daredevil exceeded in its first two issues and continues to succeed is in the attention to small details and characterization. More than any ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Silent Echoes 0

    Matt faces off against Klaw, "The Master of Sound".The GoodReally been enjoying the covers on this series.The Daily Bugle intros to each issue are a nice little touch that add a unique flavor to this comic.Matt facing off against Klaw is something I've never seen before and don't believe has been done until now. I mean it's an ideal so perfect in it's simplicity that it strikes me as odd that this face off hasn't occurred until now. By issue's end Waid really me sympathize with Klaw's motivation...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    The few shortcomings aside, Waid & Rivera nail another issue! 0

    Mark Waid deserves a round of applause. He has taken a character that has been beaten to a pulp by dark, doom-and-gloom story lines and given him life. The new Matt Murdock is witty, easy-going, and most of all a lot of fun. "Daredevil" #3 brings the first arc to a close as Matt finds himself trapped in Klaw's crazy sound wave machine. While this is another well written and fun issue, I found it to be the weakest of the first three books. While Klaw is actually made interesting, he's not a char...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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