After a huge fallout
with his best friend and business partner, Foggy Nelson wants to
move on and have some sense of normalcy in his life; but it is
commonly known that once associated with those hero-types, "normal"
takes a whole new meaning. Meanwhile, Matt Murdock, who is trying to
prove he is not crazy, finds the task somewhat cumbersome when he
becomes involved in strange situations not only in his personal life
but also as Daredevil.
What is so charming
about this title under Mark Waid's writing, is the easiness in which
one can jump in without having to know a boatload of previous
history to understand what is going on; the plot takes care of
explaining what needs to be known along the way. Chris Samnee shows
his worth with clean lines and great facial expressions; especially
Foggy's; upset, surprised, regretful, even annoyed, the gestures are
very natural and make the story that much more enjoyable.