There's nothing like reading a long story arc and seeing how all the minute pieces fit together. With Mark Waid's DAREDEVIL, we've been treated to an insane ride. After reading this issue, I know want to immediately go back and re-read the entire series. Not in a way that there was confusion but more out of the appreciation in seeing how it all turned out.
Daredevil has been targeted by an enemy. That enemy has been revealed and it's time for the final showdown. So many close to Matt Murdock are at risk and you'll be on the edge of your seat as there's no telling what will happen. Matt's life has always been full of tragedy. We've seen him go through dark times. This is where we get answers and a firm conclusion.
It's likely been said a million times but Chris Samnee's art is phenomenal. With Javier Rodriguez's art, it's like we're transported to an amazingly beautiful and deadly world. I found myself just going back over the pages and staring at the art once I finished reading.
This was just so dang good. I want more.
Have you been reading Mark Waid's DAREDEVIL? Of course you have. You've been loving it, right? Waid and Chris Samnee have been so incredibly generous to Daredevil fans these past several issues. It's been such a fun and long ride, finally seeing how this story ends is great, if also a little sad at the same time. But we can assume there's more great stories to come. Samnee's art with Javier Rodriguez/s art is a visual treat. Every single page is packed with glorious art combined with Waid's fantastic story. Now that this story is over, I absolutely want to go back and read it all over again.