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Punisher #227 cover by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #227 Review: Hunting Hydra with Black Widow and Winter Soldier

It turns into a “I’m not stuck in here with you, you’re stuck in here with me” moment between Frankie-War Machine and the inmates.[caption id="attachment_882750" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #227 art by Stefano Landini and Lee Loughridge[/caption]Stefano Landini helms the art on this comic The sequencing focuses less on direct cause-and-effect and more on giving[...]

The Punisher #226 cover by Clayton Crain

The Punisher #226 Review: Setting Targets on Hydra

They add one final twist to this Punisher arc and have me genuinely excited for the next issue of the series.Needless to say, this is a gory and fun action comic that doesn’t have as many of the hang-ups of the prior issue.[caption id="attachment_867498" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Punisher #226 art by Stefano Landini and Lee[...]

Daredevil #597 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo

Daredevil #597 Review: The Fisk Administration

Of course, this isn’t just a robbery, but saying anything more would get unnecessarily spoilery.There is another villainous return towards the end of the issue, and it makes the upcoming issues very promising.[caption id="attachment_774272" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Daredevil #597 art by Stefano Landini and Matt Milla[/caption]Stefano Landini’s artwork is appropriately understated in the Mayor Fisk portions[...]

Daredevil #596 cover by Dan Mora and Juan Fernandez

Daredevil #596 Review: Battle for the Soul of New York City

A relatively new yet intimidating villain will be making a return, and Matt Murdock may have an exciting new job.[caption id="attachment_761296" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Daredevil #596 art by Stefano Landini and Matt Milla[/caption]Stefano Landini’s artwork is damn good It maintains a difficult balance of sleekness and grit which not many artists can accomplish[...]

Daredevil #595 cover by Bill Sienkiewicz

Marvel Legacy Daredevil #595 Review: A Good Comic Weighed Down By Continuity

There is a tense confrontation between the two in the back-half that really feels like a scene ripped from the classic Daredevil stories.To those who are concerned with the plausibility of the Kingpin of Crime being elected to the position of mayor — well, just look back to this time last year and realize anything[...]