Cej lent me some of his trades about the blind lawyer slash vigilante with heightened senses. Sadly, these should have been skipped. Trying to be like Frank Miller before he went totally nuts, Bendis has DD outed, not to the Kingpin but to the world and now he has to deal with the fallout. These books are Bendis at his worst: panels chock filled with monologues that go on for pages without interruption, about a dozen guest appearances of villains and heroes that amount to little at best, and the fact that in these two trades nothing really happen. These shouldn't be called "The Man Without Fear!" but the books without action.