It doesn't really land, but it's still a little fun to watch the Kingpin browbeat the ever-lovable Foggy Nelson. The big fight has brief appearances from some of New York's other heroes, such as Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Spider-Man, and Moon Knight I dig that, of course. There is an ending stinger that comes off as a[...]
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Daredevil is saved by Father Jordan who reveals a secret history Matt could never have expected, but it could save New York. Is it a good read?
Daredevil recruits Elektra in his fight agaisnt the Hand. As New York continues to weather the storm, Mayor Matt Murdock meets with the city's most dangerous crime lords. Is it a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Hand attack on New York continues, and Mayor Matt Murdock calls upon his closest friend to help in his hour of need: Foggy Nelson Foggy tries to keep Matt in the office instead of facing the Hand as Daredevil, but Blindspot arrives and One Police Plaza comes under attack Daredevil and Blindspot head[...]
It's about Foggy Nelson, and it's a nice little celebration of one of comic's best supporting characters As always, Perkins and Troy make it look quite awesome. Daredevil #600 art by Ron Garney and Matt Milla Ron Garney and Matt Milla make the A-story look as gorgeously noir-esque as ever The gritty roughness of the world and[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Mayor Wilson Fisk makes a very big showing of appointing Matt Murdock, who has ardently and publicly opposed Fisk in the past, as Deputy Mayor of New York City. Foggy Nelson is baffled to find his close friend in this position, especially given the many clashes between Daredevil and the Kingpin in the past[...]
Daredevil has returned to his city to learn that it has elected Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime, as the mayor. This must be handled. Is it a good read?
Daredevil #26 is a great starting position for the next arc of the comic. The story is fun while still very macabre, and Ron Garney’s artwork is fantastic.
In Daredevil #25, it's the People vs. Slugansky before the Supreme Court of the United States of America, with Matthew Murdock is representing the people.
In this quick clip from Marvel's The Defenders, we see Luke (Mike Colter) talking to Foggy Nelson (Elden Henson) Foggy tells him that the law firm of Hogarth, Chao and Benowitz is at his disposal to help him start over It looks like Foggy took the job that Jeri Hogarth (Carrie-Anne Moss) offered him at the[...]
The District Attorney is upset with this embarrassment and informs Matt, if he chooses to continue to pursue this case, it will be without the financial support or manpower of the DA's office. Back at Kingpin's tower, Legal informs Fisk that it is unlikely that Murdock will take this to the Supreme Court, but Fisk convinces[...]