Daredevil #601 Capsule Review

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Title: Daredevil #601

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Writer: Charles Soule

Artist: Mike Henderson

Colorist: Matt Milla

Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles

Cover: Chris Sprouse; Karl Story; Jordie Belaire; Daniel Mora; Romule Fajardo Jr.; Ramon Perez

Review: ★★★★★

I’ve never been one to enjoy the shift in artists when it comes to comics. Ron Garney was an excellent reason to pick up Daredevil #600. However, I wasn’t bothered by the art change with the latest issue. Mike Henderson exceeded my expectations. I enjoyed the dark aspects of the story and his ability to illustrate four pages without dialog. It’s sweet battle between Daredevil and some members of the Hand. This issue primarily deals with Matt Murdock becoming The Mayor of New York. His comments during the story are classic and worth every second. These strange turn of events to Matt have made this book extremely interesting and probably long coming. It’s not been unheard of, a superhero in political power, I just find this particular switch worth the read.  Soule will definitely take us for a solid ride. I just hope the revamping of Marvel (again) doesn’t ruin this ride we’re on.

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