Marvel Comics 4.25 | Daredevil #96

ddheaderThe Man Without Fear tries to piece his life back together (but what else is new?) in the latest issue from the red-hot team of artist Michael Lark and writer Ed Brubaker, a.k.a. the man who killed Captain America.

 

 

 

 

DD Gives the Gladiator His Due in Daredevil #96

 

        After finally settling back into his old life in Hell's Kitchen as a lawyer and the costumed hero Daredevil, things are finally starting to look up for Matt Murdock in Daredevil #96.  That is, until mysterious figures begin spying on his private life and he's pushed into defending one of his old Daredevil foes Gladiator in a murder case.

 

Ben Morse's review of Daredevil #95 on Wizarduniverse.com says, "This continues to be one of, if not the most consistently strong ongoing titles on the stands."

 

The second part of the hard-hitting new arc "To the Devil, His Due" is here, and Brubaker and Lark are just getting warmed up! As Daredevil fights to find the source of new and violent trouble in Hell's Kitchen, Matt Murdock struggles to piece his life back together. But when a woman from his past enters the picture, it could all go flying off the rails.

 

Brubaker and Lark present yet another critically acclaimed run of Daredevil as the next chapter of "To the Devil, His Due" continues in Daredevil #96.

 

 

 

DAREDEVIL #96  (FEB072121)

Written by ED BRUBAKER

Penciled by MICHAEL LARK

Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC

Rated T+ …$2.99

FOC – 4/5, On-Sale – 4/25/2007

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