Daredevil #2

Marvel Comics

Written by Saladin Ahmed

Art by Aaron Kuder

Colors by Jesus Aburtov

Letters by Clayton Cowles

The Rundown: Matt finds himself dealing with not only threats from outside, but also threats to his new mission.

Standing at the top of the Youth Home, Matt senses that the police are there. After being confronted about rumors regarding the home and the kids living in it, Matt decides to let off some steam as Daredevil.

After taking on a new crew in the city that is pushing into old territory, Matt returns home to investigate the rumors and discovers they are coming from someone he knows.

The Story: Ahmed is crafting an engaging and compelling mystery for Matt in this issue. There is some great drama in the issue and the story takes some unexpected twists and turns throughout. I like seeing this side of Matt and how he struggles with his own anger even as a priest. The action is really good and I loved seeing Daredevil use his skills to uncover the truth. A truth that makes me excited to see play out in the next issue.

The Art: Kuder delivers some powerful imagery throughout the issue. The visuals are thrilling and I love the style of the art a lot especially in the action scenes.

Daredevil #2



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