Matt Murdock has a Sweet Beard
DareDevil: Reborn concludes as Matt Murdock saves a small New Mexico town from a corrupt police force and a man who can make you see your darkest fears, Calavera.
The GoodI read the first issue of this mini-series, but dropped off right after; however, this was an easy book to pick up and jump on. Sure, it took a little while to figure out what was going on, but I really didn't have any unanswered questions by the end of the issue. It had a great readability element to it. I really enjoyed the relationship between the young boy and Matt. It was cool to see Matt interact with someone younger and not be all "dark and brooding" for once.
I really loved Calavera. He's a mob-boss type character with the power to see your darkest fears and make you see and feel them. It's been done before, but I felt like that power really fit with his over-confident persona. The book is well-written, and I was pretty drawn to the story the entire way, even though I hadn't read every issue. The ending to this issue really has me excited for the new series coming out on 7/20. It's not a big reveal or anything, but it's a good set-up nonetheless.