Daredevil: The Murdock Papers - A Trade Paperback Review

Writer Brian Michael Bendis' and artist Alex Maleev's run on Daredevil has been one of the best comic reads ever. Rarely has a book held my interest for so long and provided me with this much enjoyment via Matt Murdock's ups and downs as superhero Daredevil, and as a lawyer, husband, friend, and lover. I've enthusiastically read the entire second volume of the series, issues 1-81 (also available in trade paperback and hardcover format).

It has been amazing to see how the choices of a blind lawyer and superhero have lead Matt Murdock into the predicament that is the close to this unpredictable and awesome run by the above mentioned creative duo.

Bendis and Maleev have left this book in an amazing original and awkward spot for any superhero comic book. I can hardly wait to see what Ed Brubaker and Michael Lark have in store for the Man Without Fear.

Daredevil: Volume 13: The Murdock Papers is published my Marvel Comics, 2006.

*Available at finer independent comic book and regular book stores, libraries (including Cej’s personal one) and also from those big box book stores that do not need your support as much.