Daredevil Noir - Alexander Irvine

For whatever reason Marvel is making noir versions of some of its titles, probably so they can have a shelf of trade paperbacks in a bookstore with the word "Noir" on the spine and think that they are being innovative and/or hooking some crime drama fans. In this one, Daredevil, the blind vigilante, has to deal with the machinations of a crime lord. As Cory, who lent me the comic, first pointed out, other than a change in time period this is just a Daredevil story. It's not bad and the ending was interesting (haven't decided if that is positive or negative yet), it just wasn't anything different.