I've been doing a lot of comic cataloging over the last few weeks. It's been sort this, catalog that. Put these into the active boxes and move these to the inactives. The cool thing about doing this is that you get a chance to see what exactly you've been pissing your money away on over the last few years. Sometimes, it's well worth the money spent. Annihilation and Captain Britain and MI13 are all examples of books that I had no problem spending money on even though the likelihood of me ever seeing a return on my "investment" (bear with the banker speak, it's become second nature). Then there's the shit books that I wish I could take a time machine and either take out of my pull box before it ever got there or somehow convince the writers as a teen that it was a poor idea. Luckily, there exists online buyers to shockingly buy this crap so I can at least reduce some of the bulk that's accumulating in my apartment before the misses kills me due to all the junk.
Daredevil #512 falls into the latter category. It's not that this was the worst book I've read by any means. Compared to some of the turds in my "collection", this is practically a Picasso. However, it's not exactly good either. It's a bookend to a terrible event that showed promise before it took a Hancock-esque left turn. The art was okay in spots, but terrible in others. The only bright spot was the arrival of Black Panther. If this is what every issue of Daredevil's been like, then it's probably a good thing that T'Challa is about to show up and kick some ass. So, goodbye Daredevil #512. Have fun at your new home in Texas.