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It seems to be almost necessary that when a writer takes on the job of Daredevil they must completely sh*t on Matt Murdocks life. Thankfully Mark Waid doesn't abide by that rule. His Murdock has suffered in the past but has now turned a new leaf and is trying to look on the bright side. While i do love dark Daredevil, this new and lighter Daredevil is a breath of fresh air. Its fun, funny, always entertaining and Waid manages to tell a good story too. Paolo Riveras art is fantastic and he does...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
For the longest time, fans of Daredevil have been subjected to seeing him slowly yet surely fall further into the abyss of despair, leaving him with almost nothing to hang on to in recent years. So, finally, when Mark Waid comes around and tries to give our man without fear a new lease on life, readers are given the chance to see Daredevil at his best in years. But, is it worth a read?I can't really compare this to any of the Daredevil works of the past, as I've never read them, but I would say...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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