Daredevil #4

    Daredevil » Daredevil #4 released by Marvel on November 1, 2011.

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    Matt Murdock begins his new career--one that will expose Daredevil to crime and evil in a whole new way! If you thought the odds were against Matt as a trial lawyer, you won't believe the challenges his new job brings--and what they'll do to his private life!



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    The Devil Never Rests 0

    After the Jobrani case Matt and Foggy hit pay dirt with there plan to advise clients. But their latest cases proves to keep Matt busy both in and out of the office.The GoodThis is without a doubt, one of the best covers I've ever seen. I mean, seriously, this thing is beautiful! I need poster of this ASAP!I think this may be my favorite Daily Bugle headline page thus far. Love Mark Waid's sense of humor on this book.The intro to this issue was great. Can we have Matt fight lions at the beginning...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    "Cries For Help From Every Direction" 0

    It's kind of strange how an artist shift with an arc shift can create such a shift in tone. With the change from Paolo Rivera (and Javier Rodriguez on colors) to Marcos Martin (and Munsta Vicente), the book feels really different. I don't want to be too unfair about the fact that I prefer Rivera's art, so I'll tell you what I do like about Marcos Martin: he does his own little Daredevil-y things too.Rivera puts more focus on the onomatopoeia, but Martin does that thing where he highlights the se...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Yet another solid book in Waid's remarkable run... 0

    Daredevil has to be one of the biggest surprises to hit the comics market. Mark Waid promised a new Daredevil and a new direction and he has more than delivered. Issue #4 is another solid issue that really sets up Waid's second arc nicely. It's not as fluid or polished as the previous issues and it seemed to have scenes that felt almost like filler. But the meat and potatoes of this issue is Waid's great character work from the more dialogue driven pages. My favorite parts of this new Daredevil...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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