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    Reviews - Daredevil - #25

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Daredevil #25 is a brillant stew made up of all the best ingredients. It's hard to imagine comics better than this. - coltens14
Wow. Just, wow. This comic book, man, wow. It's one long, brutal fight scene between Daredevil and a newly revealed foe and holy crap, it's amazing. There's a moment here, guys, a single line of dialogue, that'll just make you go “oh no” in a soft whimper because you know it's gonna be bad but oh so good. I can't express this enough: if you aren't reading Daredevil, you have screwed up. Royally.

Mark Waid, you cruel, cruel bastard. He really pulls Matt through the ringer in this issue, and it feels almost wrong to enjoy it so much. There's even a brilliant weaving of Daredevil's past in this issue, a callback to the character's core. What this means is that, without a doubt, Waid is the premier superhero writer these days. It really doesn't get any better than this and I say this as a guy who has been reading Daredevil since Bendis's run started nearly 12 years ago.

Topping off the sundae with whipped cream and a cherry of awesomeness is Chris Samnee. His stuff is always great; always top notch. Here? It's another level. It's in a new dimension where only amazing art lives and rules the land with an iron fist. The action just flows; it swims across the page. It really is a thing of beauty. Plus, killer coloring, slick lettering, and hand-freaking-drawn sound effects. Daredevil #25 is one for the books, you guys. Read this comic or die miserable and alone.




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