DAREDEVIL #2 – MARVEL COMICS – (W) Charles Soule (A) Ron Garney
Daredevil tries to go after Tenfingers in the courtroom, which is exactly the angle I was hoping Soule would come in from. What’s the point in putting an ex – lawyer on a book if they’re not going to use it, right? Tenfingers extends his reach and puts a stop to that for now though, testing the allegiance of Daredevil’s protégé, Blindspot. Still not sure where that kid lies, but I like how he uses his powers, and the interactions between the student and mentor. I will admit that I had to check the cover a couple of times to make sure this was the same artist as issue 1, some of the pages were fine but a lot felt rushed or overly sketchy, and I can’t say that I’m a huge fan of the almost completely red palette. Art is ok, and only a minor issue, I’m enjoying the story so far and that counts far more in my book.