Daredevil: Dark Nights #4





Release date

September 4, 2013
3 out of 5
Although I’d recommend this issue, I’m not sure I like where the story is headed. Worth a look.
4 out of 5 stars
You wouldn't naturally think that Daredevil was a character who could sustain two ongoings, but between 8 issues of "End of Days" and now four issues of "Dark Nights," Daredevil has essentially had a year's worth of a second series. It's hard to say why it's working. Perhaps it's the quality of the creators, but perhaps it's just because it hasn't been tried before. Whatever the reason, Daredevil fans are spoiled for choice with two top quality titles on shelves.
Lapham’s artwork stresses the humor; particularly the panels depicting Buggit running around town shouldering a massive handgun, and spilling oranges onto the sidewalk. We’re given just enough clues to keep us interested in this turn-back-the-clock murder mystery, making it a fun read.