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It's lawyers in love as Matt Murdock finally makes some time for assistant district attorney Kirsten McDuffie.

The best reviewed comic of the year continues as Waid and Rivera welcome aboard new artist Chris Samnee (Ultimate Spider-Man).

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The Real DD 0

Daredevil #12 is a perfect example of why Waid's Matt Murdock is as interesting a character as DD. In previous sagas, Murdock's normal concerns are swallowed up by the latest DD crisis of conscience. In this issue, however, we see Matt Murdock in two specifically human struggles. The first is a date with a babe, in this case the beautiful (and also really, really, insensitive?) D.A., and the second is an anecdote from Matt and Foggy's Columbia years. Waid's dialogue is, as always gratifyingly li...

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Blind Date 0

So now that The Omega Effect is behind us, Daredevil is starting to get back to it's roots. District Attorney Kirsten McDuffie (Who's name will never NOT remind me of the Legendary Dwayne McDuffie) has been sidelined for the recent few issues, but the basis of her side story haven't been resolved. In fact, nor has it really advanced any since it began. But now that Daredevil's Omega Drive problems have been..... oh wait nevermind. Now that Daredevil's Omega Drive problems have overcome their fir...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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