Daredevil #1

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#51 Edited by MadeinBangladesh (12493 posts) - - Show Bio

Fantastic first issue. That ending...... Can someone explain it to me I was a bit confused.. Is Foggy dead or did he become a villain or he still has cancer?

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#52 Posted by MadeinBangladesh (12493 posts) - - Show Bio

Damn this was good. Samnee is killing it, I'm not sure how the man can be so great, the panel details are extraordinary.

Any thoughts on the status of Foggy? I was confused by the last page.

I was confused by the last page also!

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#53 Edited by Fenderxx (441 posts) - - Show Bio

Loved this issue, loved the pacing of this book, and all the action beats and dialogue

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#54 Edited by Lvenger (36350 posts) - - Show Bio

@innervenom123: Welcome back, haven't seen you troll these boards in some time :P

@daredevil21134 said:

@lvenger said:

@daredevil21134: It's fine, I rushed to conclusions as well on this matter. And you at least have a point and a basis for your criticisms unlike other haters of certain characters so your opposition is much more civilised and reasonable in all honesty.

Shake hands?

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#55 Edited by MixMastaMicah5 (248 posts) - - Show Bio

Fantastic first issue. That ending...... Can someone explain it to me I was a bit confused.. Is Foggy dead or did he become a villain or he still has cancer?

Answers??

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#56 Edited by Owie (7248 posts) - - Show Bio

Definitely enjoyed this, as I had also enjoyed the previous volume.

For those of you who DO like the Waid/Samnee Daredevil, is the digital Road Warrior series worth it? I hate buying stuff that's only online since I can't page through it to see if I'm going to like it.

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#57 Posted by consafo80 (176 posts) - - Show Bio

Loved it, but what was up with the ending? Guess I'll find out next issue.

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#58 Edited by DonFelipe (2339 posts) - - Show Bio

Did anyone already answer your question?

@comicbookfan93 said:

Is this new reader friendly? I didn't read the last volume and the same creative team makes me think I should of read it

Short answer: Yes!

It's a self-contained story with some sort of cliffhanger that makes you want to pick up the next issue assuming you like the DD and his new adventures in a lesser known territory. As G-Man mentioned in his review with this All-New #1 Daredevil has moved from NYC to San Francisco and Mark Waid makes this clear from the very first page/s (so it's not much of a spoiler here).

Also, there's only 1 page that tells new readers how Matt Murdock became the DD and it's all you need to know really. You're thrown right into a detective story featuring DD's many skills and you'll get to know the Man Without Fear quickly.

If you have never read any DD story so far this issue is a good starting point.

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#59 Posted by detective38 (215 posts) - - Show Bio

Great issue! Glad I came back to marvel to give it a try

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#60 Posted by NewComicGuy (134 posts) - - Show Bio

Can someone give me insight into the last page? I picked up the last issue and this one here but they are the only two I have read. I loved the issue but really not sure what that last page was implying. Would love someone to tell me. Thanks.

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#61 Posted by Temudjin (337 posts) - - Show Bio

Seeing as how I got into Daredevil via Bendis' run recently, I can see how long time DD fans can be put off the tone of Waid's series.

After the mess that was Shadowland, you could say the 180 was inevitable. Although personally, I think Waid has been doing a good job with the title regardless. It's a nice change of pace without compromising the character of Matt Murdock, and frankly it just makes sense after Bendis' run (and Diggle's catastrophe), as a sort of evolution of Matt's personality and outlook on life. Despite the guise of having a "brighter" mood, the subject matter is still complex and mature. Not to mention a lot of the legal and scientific tidbits thrown around are very accurate for a comic book, giving it a nice intellectual flare that I'd boldly relate with Miler's run. That said, I always get the feeling that a part of Matt is the same cynic most fans seem to typecast him as, and that his optimism is really just a veil he puts on for those around him (noting End of Days).

Regarding this issue, I thought it did a great job of showcasing how intelligent Matt is. His deductive reasoning combined with his scientific (and practical) knowledge, backed by his heightened senses and experience makes me feel like he should have been a detective. I suppose being a lawyer pays better and allows him to utilize the same skills. I, for one, am very interested to see where the story goes from here.

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