Daredevil #4

by Alan Rapp on September 25, 2011

in Comics

daredevil-4-coverThe latest issue is a little unfocused (but in a good way) as both Daredevil and Matt Murdock deal with several issues rather than focusing on a single story. Once again writer Mark Waid gives us a strong issue featuring the Man Without Fear battling evil in and out of a courtroom.

The issue gives us small pieces of several of Nelson & Murdock’s new clients as well as giving us glimpses of Daredevil out in action doing everything from running down a gangster, to fighting of lions, to saving children from a burning building. We’re also introduced to Murdock’s latest client, a blind teenager who was fired from a job without warning and now finds his life in danger.

In terms of larger context you could probably skip this issue and not miss anything all that important to the ongoing storyline but that doesn’t mean you should. There’s plenty here worth picking up including a very cool cover by Paolo Rivera featuring Daredevil swinging through a city scape made of guns. Worth a look.

[Marvel, $2.99]

Jay October 18, 2011 at 5:19 am

A bit to harsh on this one Al, when you can check out my Daredevil 4 review – http://www.comicbookandmoviereviews.com/2011/10/daredevil-4.html

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