Daredevil #7

    Daredevil » Daredevil #7 released by Marvel on February 1, 2012.

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    Following his shocking discovery about the Marvel Universe last issue, Daredevil has a weighty decision to make, the results of which will affect his friends and enemies both! Meanwhile, the Nelson and Murdock law offices struggle to celebrate the holidays as insurmountable problems descend upon them!



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    Devil vs. Wild 0

    Matt has taken some blind students on a field trip up to the mountains, but when a simple accident tears their bus in half, he has to make some hard decisions to get these kids back home safely.The GoodThis was probably my favorite issue of Daredevil so far, for a couple of reasons. First, we get to see a side of Matt that isn't shown very often. An extremely caring, protective and vulnerable side. Obviously, he cares about the clients he works with, but the way he encouraged the kids and worked...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    In The Land of the Ice and Snow 0

    The Good: Daredevil probably has some of the best covers of any marvel comic currently running. They're always so damn artistic and minimalistic. They're not trying to be every other cover, they're trying to be unique; and they're succeeding. This cover so perfectly captures the beauty and solitude of the winter season. I love the subtleties in which Pablo Rivera portrays Daredevil's super hearing. I don't remember what the technical term for it is, and I don't care. The point is, Rivera does a ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Those Damned Kids 0

    Though a filler issue, the narrative here does have a certain charm that brings Daredevil up against a very new threat; taking care of kids. However, this is a filler, leaving me wanting more of something to hang on to than the brief narrative presented here.The writing and art are as stellar as usual, so I won't even bother covering that. Daredevil is lively and interesting as a character, and provides us with an interesting outlook on the world.However, the addition of the children here, for m...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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