Daredevil: Back in Black, Volume 5: Supreme by Charles Soule Download (read online) free eBook .pdf.epub.kindle

Daredevil: Back in Black, Volume 5: Supreme

Matt Murdock takes his fight to the grandest stage of all: the Supreme Court! He has a bold new plan to eradicate crime in New York City using the massive power of the legal system! But does this mean he’ll have to give up being Daredevil? It’s the biggest case of Matt’s career – but to win it, his alter ego will have to take to the witness stand! Luke Cage and Echo drop b
Frédéric

Feb 22, 2018

rated it
it was ok

Shelves:
comics,
daredevil

2,5* (that I don’t feel like bumping up)

2 different arcs in this one:

– Supreme (3*) shows DD pulling the rug under the legal system by going to the supreme court in order to authorize costumed to testify as such in court. Not uninteresting but as most court procedurals long and wordy with not much action. Again, Soule is not very subtle with Murdock’s opponent’s name. A by-the-book virtuoso lawyer called… Legal… After the infamous “Tenfingers” that sounds a bit OTT… 
Goran Sudzuka (2 issu

2 different arcs in this one:

– Supreme (3*) shows DD pulling the rug under the legal system by going to the supreme court in order to authorize costumed to testify as such in court. Not uninteresting but as most court procedurals long and wordy with not much action. Again, Soule is not very subtle with Murdock’s opponent’s name. A by-the-book virtuoso lawyer called… Legal… After the infamous “Tenfingers” that sounds a bit OTT… 
Goran Sudzuka (2 issues) still impersonates Chris Samnee the best he can. Decent but not on par with the real McCoy. Alec Morgan (3 miserable issues) simply draws like shit and should seriously reconsider his career choice. Same applies to the sad excuse of an editor who let him waste paper in the first place

– Land of the blind (2*) brings Blindspot back. I honestly didn’t miss him that much- never liked the Batman&Robin angle- and the conditions of his return are as corny as can be. China, demons, souls traded, remorse, sacrifice, blah, blah, blah.
The final page kind of pissed me off. (view spoiler).
Ron Garney is also back. I’m still not a big fan of his new style but after Morgan’s botched-up job it’s good to see a real professional at the wheel.

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Marsha Altman

Dec 30, 2017

rated it
it was amazing

The legal parts are great. It makes sense (sort of), Jen Walters makes an appearance, Matt apologizes to Foggy, and it’s all good. Then there’s some Orientalist Hand bullshit in China, but that ends pretty quickly. I liked it. It might be Soule’s best work so far..