Daredevil by Mark Waid - Vol. 1 (Daredevil; The Devil Inside and Out)
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The art continues to mimic the style in that it is light and breezy but carries enough weight to work well when things get serious. This is the kind of stuff that makes comic fans a bunch of disgruntled malcontents who can never be happy.
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The Sons of the Serpent arc in particular was well-done, and seems even more relevant today (2018) than it did when it was first published (2013). It’s so very good at highlighting the acrobatics of Matt Murdock and the cool ease of a smile or the weight of a frown. Samnee and Rodriguez's art is once again beautiful to look at, although this volume does get a little darker.but many people forget he was also writing one of the last Daredevil runs before the series rebooted with Marvel Knights. Later on however, Matt soon discovers that there are some mysterious crimes at work in New York City.
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It’s impressive just how much of Matt Murdock’s beginnings are captured in that one issue, as well as the number of Daredevil foes we quickly see introduced in those first 11 issues (The Owl! Was it the fact that Daredevil was blind, but had super senses because a radioactive canister fell on his noggin when he rescued Stan Lee from getting hit by a truck? Each issue gets a little more fantastical and it had me longing for the writing of the previous Daredevil run.Daredevil might not make my top 10 superheroes, however, it was nice learning more about The Man Without Fear and I look forward to delving into his world again soon.