Shadowland #5

    Shadowland » Shadowland #5 - Chapter 5 released by Marvel on January 2011.

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    With the help of his former enemy-turned-champion, Daredevil has thwarted his former friends and finds himself prepared to claim all of New York for himself. The chaos of Shadowland has reached a boiling point, and Daredevil himself may not survive to see the result!


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    Daredevil's Nonevent Comes to an End 0

    Shadowland doesn't end with either a bang or a whimper. It kind of just decides it has gone on long enough and stops, releasing all the characters involved to go on to whatever is in store for them next and not really resolving anything. However, that isn't to say there was ever much about Shadowland to resolve. What was solicited to us as a story of Daredevil becoming corrupted by the Hand with his allies and enemies being divided on which side of his questionable actions they fall on became no...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    A Bang that ends in a fizzle 0

    By The Angry Comic Book Critic     Shadowland was a bang that ended in a fizzle The 1st issue was great You had DD in Black doing what he should have done years putting Bullseye in the ground after a royal ass kicking but as it progress I just stopped caring it just became a boring arc outside of the Daredevil tie-in's. The story wasn't god awful or anything but it was mediocre compared to what we where promised which was the birth of Marvels greatest Villain and this was no where near clo...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Review: Shadowland #5 0

    The end is here! Shadowland is over! Who survives? Who bites the bucket? The book started off with Daredevil seemingly in the grip of evil while New York City's heroes try to release him.  The Good Above all else, the pencils of Billy Tan, inks of Victor Olazaba, and the colors of "Guru eFx" is what makes this issue pop. No offense to the writing of Andy Diggle, which I enjoyed in this issue, but the art spoke for itself here. You don't even need the word balloons for the first half of the issue...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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