This is the book
that teaches everyone an invaluable lesson: less is much, much more.
Still on the run from the Megacrime syndicates and with the Omega
Drive still in his possession, Daredevil finds himself in Times
Square, outnumbered and with the odds against him. Mark Waid throws
in the right mix of dialog and inner monologue to ensure that the
dedicated follower as well as the casual reader have everything they
need to enjoy the story.
The title has
developed its own art signature and proof of it is Khoi Pham, who
adapted his style to be more in sync with that of Paolo Rivera and
Marcos Martin. His cover for this issue has pizazz and a vintage
feel to it. The plot is loaded with twists and cliffhangers, one of
which involves Foggy Nelson, and some terrible discovery that will
make the wait until next month an excruciating one. Art and
storywise, this title is still a winner.