Another stellar issue of Daredevil. Mark Waid continues to have a lot of fun with the character and comes up with some great setpieces and new ways of showing DD’s powers, such as his being able to tune in to certain sounds, like the noise of a gun being cocked for example. Most writers just treat the radar-sense like a replacement for eyes, but Waid doesn’t. The mystery about Austin Cao’s sacking also develops nicely, it’s cool to see Waid reflect real-life business practices into the Marvel Universe, and show how the likes of AIM set up shell-corporations, this melding of the real and the Marvel is something I loved in Heroes For Hire, and it’s something I’m glad is going on in other books. The new villain is pretty cool, but I’m annoyed at Waid for disrespecting The Ox, the Enforcers are my favorite Marvel Villains, and I will brook no insult against them! Oh yeah, and Marcos Martin’s art was fucking brilliant, but do I even need to say that anymore? The man’s a genius. I also dug the return of the underlying darkness that beneath Matt’s new positivity, good to see it not be forgotten, he may be smiling, but it’s not a healthy smile.