Written by Saladin Ahmed
Art by Aaron Kuder and Farid Karami
Inks by Cam Smith and Farid Karami
Colors by Jesus Aburtov
Letters by Clayton Cowles
The Rundown: With his new life being threatened, Daredevil will discover his new enemy is connected to an old one.
With the Daily Bugle spreading lies about the orphanage, Daredevil decides to pay a visit to its owner. Confirming that his suspicions aren’t unfounded, Matt must run interference with CPS. A meeting that will get him angry enough to hit the streets looking for trouble.
Taking on a new team of mercenaries called The Heat, Daredevil shakes down local lowlifes until he finds where they’re gathering. As he moves in to take them down, he discovers they might be working for someone from his past.
The Story: Ahmed crafts a dark and entertaining story for Matt in this issue. I enjoy the interpersonal conflict with Matt a lot and how he tries to balance both his life as a priest and a superhero. The story has some fantastic action in it and the final reveal makes me excited to see what happens next.
The Art: Kuder and Karami deliver great art in the issue. The infiltration of the Daily Bugle and warehouse fight scenes are visually stunning.