Hot on the heels of #10 last week, Mark Waid and Koi Pham deliver an issue that manages to serve two masters, it’s a great introduction to Waid’s take Daredevil for new readers, and also an essential set-up for next month’s Omega Effect crossover. The actual plot of the issue is not too important, but it does a great job of demonstrating not only DD’s abilities, but also his current predicament of being targeted by ‘MegaCrime’. I loved the final scene where Daredevil gatecrashes the MegaCrime meeting and takes the fight to them, it was the perfect demonstration of how he really is the man with no fear. I can’t wait for the crossover, it’s going to be a good one. Koi Pham is an artist who runs hot and cold for me, but I really liked his art here, it seemed a bit more defined, less scratchy and more fitting with the tone that Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin have established, I suppose Javier Rodriguez on colours helps with that. This was another fantastic issue of Daredevil, and if you haven’t been reading it, now’s your chance to jump on. And seriously, take that chance, this is one of the best superhero titles around.