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Tuesday, July 31, 2012
DAREDEVIL Vol. 1 by Mark Waid
As a fan of Mark Waid's Superman: Birthright, I was excited to hear he would be working on Daredevil, and have just read Issues 1-6 of his run in trade paperback.
Though DD is my favorite superhero, I hadn't kept up with recent runs that saw him get very dark. Daredevil is well suited to trials by fire, but Waid tackles the equally important question, "How does he bounce back?"
Previous predicaments persist—Matt Murdock was outed as Daredevil, and business at the law firm of Nelson & Murdock has taken a hit—but, armed with a fresh perspective on the past, old Hornhead is ready for the next round.