I'm not entirely too sure how to review this issue. I've yet to read any issues of this event though I have been interested in it. I do know the main jist of the event, Matt Murdock leading the Hand to crack down on crime, but has turned to the dark side through a possession by a demonic entity, the latter in my opinion being a bit of a cop-out as it would have been a lot more dramatic if it were all Matt, but whatever. As I said, I don't feel like I've the right information to really review this issue but it did seem like a solid story and an interesting aftermath. I'm usually a fan of Andy Diggle and I love the Daredevil character/mythos, so I know I'll be sure checking out this event once collected. What did turn me off from the event initially was the promise that it would be self-contained in one/two books only for a crap load of tie-ins to be presented.
But anywho, the writing itself seem solid and the art was very well nice to look at. The line works and the moody coloring added a great tone and texture to the book and the people inhabiting this world. You did get the sense that everyone in fact did pull from an exhausting battle while they're struggling to get back up and pull themselves together. The main thing I was more concerned about, though, was the introduction of T'Challa, the Black Panther. He's already making himself right at home and telling me to pick up the next issue when it comes out.
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Greg, thank you for your insights.Benderbrau:
Greg: Unwrapping the riddles of the black man since 2006Starlord:
I swear if you were gay and I wasn't married we'd make the perfect fuck buddies.Greg:
I'd do many things. Coke is not one of them.Benderbrau:
Greg hates all things white.Benderbrau:
Emma, you could learn a thing or two from Greg. Greg does threesomes. That's bi done right.