Another fantastic issue of Daredevil, this book is damn near perfection, in both art and writing. What more can be said about Paolo Rivera? The man is a genius. The way Daredevil is merely an outline in the darkness, the insane detail of the radar-sense panels, the choreography of the fight against Mole-Man, all of it was amazing. Mark Waid delivers too of course, you could feel the emotion in that fight, you felt sorry for Mole-Man, but you also hated him. You wanted Matt to win, but you also knew it was pointless. The resolution with the diamonds in the gravestones was nice, but I can’t help but feel like something like that would be stolen very quickly, especially in Hell’s Kitchen, which in Marvel-World is still a crime-ridden hellhole. I’m glad that Black Cat didn’t steal the drive, and can’t wait for the Omega Effect, that’s going to be great.