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Daredevil Vol. 3: Wake Up by Brian Michael…

Daredevil Vol. 3: Wake Up

by Brian Michael Bendis

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Got this because I was very much impressed by Bendis' work on Alias, and this seemed a good place to continue following his œuvre. In retrospect I'm not sure if it was such a good choice - it's part of the ongoing saga of the Daredevil, one of the many Marvel superheroes of whom I know pretty much nothing, so I was left a bit uncertain as to how much continuity the reader should be assumed to have absorbed. Taken on that basis, it's good but not blow-me-away excellent; the story is essentially about a child who has unwillingly become a witness to the dark underside of the world of superheroes, and the journalist who is trying to establish the truth. I was rather more impressed by David Mack's art, which uses pictures to tell bits of narrative in a way that text (or text bubbles) never could. ( )
  nwhyte | Sep 19, 2010 |
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A journalist doubts his own integrity, and Daredevil is in some way connected to a child he does not even know.

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