Daredevil #502

    Daredevil » Daredevil #502 - The Devil's Hand, Part Two released by Marvel on January 1, 2010.

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    Matt Murdock's spiral of self-destruction spins out of control and threatens to consume everybody! After painting a target on his own back in Daredevil # 500, Matt's got dozens of new enemies...including some old foes and familiar faces! The scorching new arc by the creative team of Andy Diggle (THUNDERBOLTS) and Roberto De La Torre (IRON MAN)'s the time to jump on!

    Foggy's case hits a giant snag as corruption becomes evident in the courtroom, moves are made in NY's underworld, and Daredevil takes over as leader of The Hand.


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    Holy smokes! 0

    I'm kicking myself for not checking out this title sooner. I have heard great reviews for a long time but I never found DD that interesting as a character. Truthfully, I never gave him a chance. I based my opinion solely on the short appearances he'd make in the various Spider-man cartoons. This book is amazing!   ...

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    Beware of Darkness 0

      I am thankful that in this issue we find DareDevil hasn't succumbed to the dark side completely yet. Here we find DD having lucid dreams of all his former loves (Dakota, Milla, Elektra). They try to warn DD to save himself as he falls into the depths of hell. This sounds like pretty good advice although it may have come too late. Waking up and realizing it was a dream, DD is sitting on a throne ( similar to the one you would find Lucifer on ) surrounded by the Hand. Diggle redeems himself and ...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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