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Daredevil Omnibus Volume 3...

Title : Daredevil, Vol. 3
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ISBN : 9780785111061
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Daredevil, Vol. 3 Reviews

  • Trike
    2019-02-11 00:03

    Sometimes it's easy to forget Daredevil is also a lawyer, because that aspect of the character is rarely front and center. Bendis puts it squarely there, making the "talky bits" every bit as interesting as the punching parts.

  • John Ferrigno
    2019-01-27 19:41

    This volume has so much going for it, starting with one of my favorite Daredevil stories ever, the murder trial of White Tiger. Matt Murdock is supposed to be a brilliant defense lawyer, but it's something that is rarely seen. It's a great change of pace to see the lawyer take center stage over the super-hero. This collection also has a very well thought out look at the reality of being a masked vigilante when your secret identity has been outed in the press, followed by a great Kingpin story about his attempt to reclaim his crumbled empire. You can almost feel the hatred as Daredevil fights Bullseye and the frustration if the never ending cycle of violence between Murdock and Fisk during their big fight, especially in that final speech to all the criminals in Josie's bar. In that scene, all the years if anger and aggravation and feelings of hopelessness at the situation just come pouring out of the unmasked Daredevil as he claims he is no longer just protecting Hell's Kitchen, he is running it. A chill inducing ending to a great, great series of issues.

  • Ariana Deralte
    2019-02-09 00:03

    I really liked the plot idea of these issues with Matt suing himself. The art was excellent, and I liked the lawyer who represented Daredevil. My only complaint would be that it was rather obvious who the villain was, and that Matt seems to lose IQ points every time he puts on the costume (or maybe that was just to get the plot to work... oh well). Well worth a read. (Fyi, this review is for an earlier volume, I'm just not sure which one since I didn't read the comic in volume format. If you know which volume this review should go on, please let me know:))

  • Relstuart
    2019-02-02 17:55

    You don't often see extended scenes in the court room in a graphic novel but Bendis pulls it off somewhat credibly here. If we forgive him for doing the same things tv shows get wrong about being in the court room. A decent continuation of what Bendis begin in the previous volume.

  • Jedhua
    2019-02-11 21:49

    ABSOLUTE RATING: {3+/5 stars}STANDARDIZED RATING: <3/5 stars>

  • James
    2019-01-18 16:42

    Again Bendis delivers a stories that are very well written and intriguing. More proof that comics arent all about huge cheesy action and cheesy dialogue.

  • Ashley
    2019-02-04 19:53

    Bendis and Maleev are the jam. They make Matt Mudock human, and vulnerable, and their secondary characters are fantastically fleshed out. I am so happy to be interested in comics again.

  • J.
    2019-02-05 17:39

    I didn't think this was as compelling as the immediately previous volume, but it was still quite good. Just the pacing seemed a little awkward.