Daredevil/Black Panther Man Without Fear #106

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Issue Summary: Written by ED BRUBAKER Penciled by MIKE PERKINS Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC MATT MURDOCK FACES A LONG NIGHT OF THE SOUL! Reeling from the events of last issue, Matt Murdock struggles to come to grips with all the things we can't tell you about because they would spoil the ending of the previous arc. Drifting into anger and depression, Daredevil stalks the streets of Hell's Kitchen, looking for bad guys to take it out on…but is he really just taking it out on himself? By Harvey and Eisner-Winning Best Writer Ed Brubaker and special guest artist Mike Perkins (CAPTAIN AMERICA)! 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$2.99

Codes: 75960604706210611
JAN082142

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Price: $2.99
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Artist: Michael Lark
Author: Ed Brubaker
Cover: Marko Djurdjevic
Estimated Ship Date: March 25, 2008
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Genre: Superhero
Publisher: Marvel Comics
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by Amos at 12:11 PM April 11, 2008    (all reviews by Amos)
I'm hoping things start to get better for Daredevil soon. I understand that constant punishment is one of the hallmarks of his history, but there's only so much depression and despair a reader can take before tuning out. Naturally tragedies occur, and life can be awful and dramatic, but eventually we come out the other side, deal with our pain, and move on to better things. This issue was nice because there were no secret villains or mysterious growing plots. It was just about Matt and his friends trying and failing to deal with all that's happened. For one, that makes it feel more like a story about real people and their lives, and two, it gives me hope that Matt's life will eventually take an upturn. The writing was great. I didn't like the art as much as I usually do. Lark seems to build faces out of a bunch of straight or slightly curved lines, which makes everyone look sort of cartoony, but that might just be my opinion. Over all, a great issue and a breath of fresh air after the convoluted Mr. Fear stuff.
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