Daredevil #612: Capsule Review


Title: Daredevil #612

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Writer: Charles Soule

Artist: Phil Noto

Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles

Cover: Phil Noto; Kyle Holtz & Dan Brown; J Scott Cambell & Sabine Rich; Bill Sienkiewicz; Paolo Rivera; Bill Everett 

Review: ★★★★☆


Issue 612 ends the writing run with Charles Soule. I am torn as to whether I will read the next issue of Daredevil. The last several issues have been an excellent read. The Death of Daredevil is great way to sell and add additional readers. This issue simply puts all the loose ends out there and tries to tie them all up. I keep reading and wondering how this all ends. I’m not one to spoil anything for anyone if I can help it. The ending for me feels like I’ve seen it all before. The plot device has been used before and Charles Soule has given us a good ride to get us there. In the liner note Soule points out that he’s following the footsteps of Stan Lee, Frank Miller, David Mazzuchelli and many others. I think this last issue is great look into Daredevil’s mind. 40 plus issues is a great run for any creators in the comic biz. Phil Noto’s work on this portion of the story makes more sense then you could image from the beginning. The ending…love it or hate it, Charles Soule has provided us with a quality body of work. I hope Chip Zdarsky can continue the ride through Hell’s Kitchen.

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