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    Daredevil #73

    Daredevil » Daredevil #73 - Decalogue, Part 3 released by Marvel on July 1, 2005.

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    Decalogue, Part 3 last edited by GhostGrifter on 11/07/21 05:58AM View full history

    Original Series Numbering #453

    A new costumed foe takes to the streets of Hell's Kitchen. Who is he and what will his effect on Daredevil's new status quo be?

    Did someone say "new super-villian?" Oh, yes.

    From the writer of New Avengers, it’s the very, very dark side of the Marvel Universe.

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    I loved it from start to finish, full of suspense, and the art was out of this world. It really made me feel what Alex Maleev was trying to portray with the art in this one, it was like I was in a movie.  I loved the dialogue in this issue. It told the story through multiple perspectives perfectly without missing a beat with its wicked actions scenes. I loved when Matt Murdock enters the Church and puts a know-it-all in his place. (Highlight of the issue) Bottom Line this issue gets five out ...

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