Daredevil
Matt Murdock takes his fi ht to the grandest stage of all: the Supreme Court! Can Matt Murdock defend his new law, while Daredevil defends his life? COLLECTING: DAREDEVIL 21-25

Daredevil Details

TitleDaredevil
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 12th, 2017
PublisherMarvel
ISBN-139781302905637
Rating
GenreSuperheroes, Marvel, Sequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics

Daredevil Review

  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    [Read as single issues]Daredevil has a plan - he's going to turn the legal system on its head, and allow superheroes to testify in-costume. All he has to do is prove it in a court of law...and avoid a very familiar foe who will stop at nothing to prevent that from happening.I love this arc. Charles Soule is right at home in the courtroom, and he knows exactly how to make it exciting and fun (even without the superheroes around). This is what I wish we had more of in the Netflix show - Matt being [Read as single issues]Daredevil has a plan - he's going to turn the legal system on its head, and allow superheroes to testify in-costume. All he has to do is prove it in a court of law...and avoid a very familiar foe who will stop at nothing to prevent that from happening.I love this arc. Charles Soule is right at home in the courtroom, and he knows exactly how to make it exciting and fun (even without the superheroes around). This is what I wish we had more of in the Netflix show - Matt being Matt the lawyer, as well as Matt the superhero. This arc gets a healthy dose of both, including guest appearances from Tombstone, and Soule's other lawyer character, She-Hulk. It's cleverly played, and the outcome could go either way right up to the end of the story. It changes the face of the Marvel Universe in a very subtle way, and I hope other writers are able to capitalize on what Soule's done here.The art's a bit more inconsistent, with some very basic issues by Alec Morgan, while Goran Sudzuka pencils the beginning issues of the story. They're both able to do the job pretty well, but the series always feel like it's lacking on the art front whenever Ron Garney isn't present. Still, I'm rounding up my score so this gets the full five stars.Charles Soule does it again in possibly the best arc of the series so far. Huge, huge fan of this one.
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  • Jose Tinoco
    January 1, 1970
    50/100.Historia interesante, pero aborrezco el dibujo. No hay más. Solo he podido concentrarme en lo horroroso que era y en lo precioso que era en los anteriores volúmenes.
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