Daredevil: Reborn #4

    Daredevil: Reborn » Daredevil: Reborn #4 - Chapter Four released by Marvel on July 2011.

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    Is this the final end for Daredevil…? For years he was known as the Man Without Fear. But now, trapped in his own very personal hell, Matt Murdock must confront the darkness within himself – and what he finds there terrifies him to the core.



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    Matt Murdock has a Sweet Beard 0

    DareDevil: Reborn concludes as Matt Murdock saves a small New Mexico town from a corrupt police force and a man who can make you see your darkest fears, Calavera.The Good I read the first issue of this mini-series, but dropped off right after; however, this was an easy book to pick up and jump on. Sure, it took a little while to figure out what was going on, but I really didn't have any unanswered questions by the end of the issue. It had a great readability element to it. I really enjoyed the r...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Okay. Matt Is Over It Now. Moving On. 0

    Matt Murdock's journey of personal redemption comes to an end, getting Matt home in time for Mark Waid's upcoming relaunch. That is also all this series feels like it does as it treats Matt's journey in such a predictable fashion that it leaves the whole experience seeming rather pointless.In the end, Daredevil's rebirth can be summed up as Matt grows a beard on the way to New Mexico, fights some small town corruption and goes back home. It is hard to imagine how Andy Diggle could have told a mo...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Great Ending! 0

    Cover: The white and yellowish green are sweet on the eyes, and it is almost like a breath of fresh air after the previous covers.  This is one of my favorites!The Good: The writing is superb, and the art, while it is indeed cartoony as others have pointed out, is doing a good job for me here.  This series began stupendously, but after two somewhat mediocre issues in between, has come out quite strong with a pretty interesting (though typical) ending to the rebirth of the Man Without Fear.  I ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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