Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Daredevil #35

   You would be hard pressed to find a comic that is a better example of the complete package than Daredevil.

   The writing by Mark Waid is phenomenal, balancing great characters (including "regular" people and superheroes), a compelling story, humor and great action sequences.

   The art by Chris Samnee is some of the best in the business, with a creative, unique style that builds a compelling world, adds great character designs and clever layouts.

    The story has Daredevil up against the Serpent Society, a vast and powerful network of racists who come up with a unique way to attack the Man Without Fear.

   The issue also features a team-up with a key character from his past - while at the same time, his partner and career hanging in the balance.

   If you haven't been reading this one, I strongly urge you to track down the collections and give them a try - comics doesn't get much better than this.

Grade: A



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