Daredevil: Back in Black, Volume 1: Chinatown

Daredevil Back in Black Volume Chinatown Daredevil is back in black and back on his home turf as Matt Murdock begins a fresh life once again He may have returned to New York City but Matt s on a different side of the law now with a job in

  • Title: Daredevil: Back in Black, Volume 1: Chinatown
  • Author: Charles Soule Ron Garney Rob Garney Goran Sudžuka Matt Milla Clayton Cowles Joe Caramagna
  • ISBN: 9780785196440
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daredevil is back in black and back on his home turf, as Matt Murdock begins a fresh life once again He may have returned to New York City, but Matt s on a different side of the law now, with a job in the District Attorney s office And he s finding his new career quite the challenge, as even his incredible skills aren t enough to indict the local crime lord known as TenfDaredevil is back in black and back on his home turf, as Matt Murdock begins a fresh life once again He may have returned to New York City, but Matt s on a different side of the law now, with a job in the District Attorney s office And he s finding his new career quite the challenge, as even his incredible skills aren t enough to indict the local crime lord known as Tenfingers Could this be a job for Daredevil Fighting crime in the shadows, prosecuting bad guys in the light, it s a whole new chapter for the Man Without Fear and it comes with a prot g Welcome to Hell, Blindspot you ll soon find that life with DD comes with than its fair share of Hand ninjas out for your blood Collecting Daredevil 1 5 material from All New, All Different.1

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    1. It’s post-Secret Wars and Mark Waid is no longer writing this book. Charles Soule, a talented writer, but kind of a plodder, is now in charge. Here’s what you can look forward to:- Daredevil is now back in New York City. He no longer has a private legal practice; he’s working for the D.A. now. Because Soule’s an attorney, expect some lawyerly talk and whatnot. So, good stuff for you Matlock lovers.- Daredevil has evoked the Dr. Strange/Mephisto let’s-reset-my-identity-so-no-one-knows-w [...]

    2. Well, I knew whatever followed Waid and Samnee's amazing run wouldn't be able to live up to it but did it have to suck quite this hard?Things I didn't like:1. Everything Waid did on the book has been wiped away. SO disappointing.2. Daredevil has a sidekick. DD doesn't need a sidekick. He's not Batman.3. The story was by-the-numbers and completely predictable.4. Tenfingers is possibly the stupidest villain I've ever seen in this book. Yes, I'm including Stiltman AND Leapfrog. He has pistols with [...]

    3. Charles Soule and Ron Garney have the difficult task of following-up Mark Waid and Chris Samnee’s years-long acclaimed run on Daredevil and, unfortunately, they bungle it. In some ways it’s an undoing of Waid/Samnee’s Daredevil. Matt is back East, having moved from San Francisco to New York City, there’s no more smiling Matt as the grim tone returns (he and Foggy aren’t friends anymore for some reason), and everyone’s forgotten Matt Murdock is Daredevil again (as part of the Secret W [...]

    4. I wanted to like this more than I did. I think it's because I loved other Daredevil book so much. I didn't care for the artwork. For lack of a better word, it was too scratchy looking for me, which didn't work well with the monochromatic colors. Also, it was hard to keep up with the storyline. Although there was an interesting twist with the villain, and things get crazy when Hand ninjas show up. Also I did like that Daredevil's new sidekick is Asian. It might have been something of a plotpoint, [...]

    5. 3.5 stars. I'll be honest. When I saw that Soule took over I wasn't best pleased. I think most of his stuff is weak. This surprised me. Here are a list of the things I like about this new volume:1. The artwork is really nice. Dark shades, different to the vibrant colours Waid brought in. 2. A new hero has been introduced called 'blind spot' who has built a suit to make him invisible. 3. A new villain with 10 fingers!4. He's more experienced now and people know less about him so he's almost a bra [...]

    6. While competent and readable, this volume didn't pack the same punch (or the visceral excitement) that Volume 1 of Mark Waid's last run did.But I'm willing to stick with it, see what the creative team brings to the table in future issues. (Though it does seem that Matt Murdock/DD "starts a new life" WAY more than any other comic charcter in the Marvel Universe.)

    7. Mark Waid's run on Daredevil is a hard act to follow. Soule may not exactly knock it out of the ballpark, but he does a more than respectable job. Somewhere in that post-Secret Wars time gap, Matt did something, the end result of which is that his identity as Daredevil is secret once again, from everyone. And the only person who knows otherwise is Foggy, who isn't exactly thankful for that knowledge. I don't know yet what he did, because that isn't exactly the point of this story. I'm sure that' [...]

    8. Wow!!! Tim Sale's issue 001 variant really kick-ass!!!After the awesome Waid/Samnee run on Daredevil I was just afraid reading this new one but luckly Soule and Garney give us a more than good first volume, a fist one leaving you with lots of questions: why the black suit (but for luring Netfix Daredevil fans)? Why nobody remembers Matt is DD (Oh yeah, Secret Wars rebooted everything)? And so on, but I'm sure sooner or later we are going to have the answers.Liked a lot the story and the art Just [...]

    9. With Charles Soule as writer and some great preview art making the rounds online, I had high hopes for Daredevil. For the most part though, I found Chinatown to be a solid, yet unremarkable read that ultimately comes undone with a generic storyline and a jarring final page that ends the book on an off-putting note.The highlight was the artwork by Ron Garney and colourist Matt Milla. A muted palette of red and black brings an appropriately dark atmosphere to Hell's Kitchen, with the whites standi [...]

    10. Around a 3.5. I think it's better start than Waid's run (by far TBH) So everyone forgot who DD was, except Foggy. Now Matt and Daredevil are separate once more. THis makes some great moments (especially with cap) and really shows how much internal fighting Matt really has to do. I especially love this issue dealing with Blindspot. The big brother type of relationship they have made this an highly enjoyable title. Yes, I believe they could have done a lot more with Matt being exposed. I also enjo [...]

    11. I haven't really decided how I feel about this yet. Maybe I'll read all three and see how I feel.While I thought the art style fit the series (lots of heavy blacks and reds) I felt a little underwhelmed by it. Somehow, I'd seen a lot of this before and usually, I love it, but it didn't hit the mark with me. But then, I figured, it fits the series so? The thing that stuck out to me the most was the fact that the stakes didn't feel like they were high enough. Soule can be a slow to start writer an [...]

    12. Daredevil seems to be in black and with a "sidekick" to boot. I must have missed a lot in DD's life since apparently, somehow, he has managed to make all of humanity forget that he is Matt Murdock (maybe Dr. Strange helped? Since making possibly a million forget your secret identity requires Cosmic levels of powerah who knows?)So DD is now an Asst District Attorney instead of a scumbag defense lawyer. Ok that's rather different but cool. Now there is a villian known as Ten Fingers. He has stolen [...]

    13. Coming off of the fantastic Waid/Samnee run of Daredevil, you'd be hard pressed to find someone who could take the character to the same heights. Of course, enter Charles Soule and Ron Garney to try and do just that. Soule himself is a practicing lawyer, so alongside She-Hulk (which he also wrote a fantastic 12 issue run on), Daredevil is the perfect character for Soule.Everything old is new again with a twist, as Matt returns to New York City, with his secret identity back in place (please don' [...]

    14. I have mixed feelings here, since there was some great stuff, some promising stuff, but also some pretty weak stuffEAT: Daredevil's new sidekick apprentice, Blindspot. Cool superpower (straight up invisibility) mixed with a compelling origin story (he's an illegal Chinese immigrant living off the grid in NYC)OMISING: Matt Murdock is working in the D.A.'s office now. If Charles Soule stays on this book for a while this has a lot of potential, as the man does know the law.WEAK: SoTenfingers. The i [...]

    15. This is a nice and refreshing new flavor of Daredevil, and after Waid's mostly very strong return to the bright days of 80's era coloring and brightness, which was nice because it was a break and contrast to the dark, bleak, drama of Bendis's and Brubaker's fantastic runs, this then does the reverse, and takes us back to a Dark(ish) take on our tortured hero.But Soule also did other nice and original things, I liked it, even though there are a couple outlandish things, that I am bugged by, I mo [...]

    16. A decent daredevil story but more so a pretty good Blindspot story. Daredevil is now a prosecutor and is trying to take down the tenfingers crew. Tenfingers runs a gang hiding as a church. Daredevil has a new ally names Blindspot who can go invisible with aid of his tech suit. The story is pretty standard fanfare, we see Matt in court, we see Matt fighting crime. The shining story is about Blindspot and chinatown. The art is O.K. nothing great in my opinion. I suppose I will read vol.2 but im no [...]

    17. So DD is back. For some reason nobody but Foggy (who seems rather pissed off) remembers he is Matt Murdock. I reckon I missed something because I don't have any clue as to why. But I can live with it. He also has a "partner", an asian illegal immigrant in a costume that makes him invisible. Yeah, Right. I like it much less, DD is a lonesome character by nature and the presence of this Robin wannabe somehow bothers me a little bit.I still could have lived with it if not for this moronic first arc [...]

    18. It's not bad, but it's absolutely not what I wanted.World: The art is beautiful, it's very stylish and very different from the Waid run, it's very tonally different. I like it. I don't love it but I like it for what this book is trying to do. The world building here is solid also for what it is. It's Chinatown and it's not quite there, there are stereotypes and simplifications for the sake of the plot and the tone and status quo shift from Wade is absolutely huge which I don't like. For what it [...]

    19. i don't read comics but i generally got the gist of what was happening!! i only got this comic because i am OBSESSED with daredevil the tv show and i need more matt murdock content lmao

    20. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Daredevil: Back in Black: Chinatown. Loved the art, loved the story. Definitely looking forward to continuing the story in the second volume, Daredevil: Back in Black: Supersonic.

    21. Matt Murdock and Daredevil have returned from California. With the move has come some changes. By day, Matt Murdock,whose disbarment has been overturned, is now the newest member of the Manhattan District Attorney's office. At night, Daredevil has switched to a mostly black uniform and taken on an apprentice. Together, Murdock and Daredevil are seeking ways to take down a Chinese religious leader with possible underworld ties named Tenfingers.And that's where I've got to stop the review and jump [...]

    22. I haven't read the previous run of Daredevil, in fact this is only the 2nd Daredevil volume I've ever read, so that does affect my view compared to those reviews from people who have read the previous run. I liked the art style a lot and Blindspot seemed pretty cool, but I'm not sure on some of Matt's characterisation. I don't understand a) why no one remembers his identity, or b) why he's back in New York or in the DA office. Atm it all seems a bit convoluted based on what I know of the previou [...]

    23. Things in Hell's Kitchen and Chinatown are about to come to a boiling point. A twenty-fingered man called Tenfingers is amassing followers for his church of nebulous salvation. Daredevil has taken on an apprentice named Blindspot, who uses an invisibility suit to fight gangs in his neighbourhood while trying to survive as an illegal Chinese immigrant. The Hand is seeking to regain something stolen. After his interlude in San Francisco, Matt Murdock has returned to the grime and darkness of his h [...]

    24. 3.5 StarsHaving moved back to NYC from San Francisco, more has changed with Matt Murdock than just location. He's moved to the DA's office (with his office hilariously in the elevator!), is back in his black suit (which looks amazing and dangerous!), and has a "trainee" in Blindspot (who looks like a cross between Daredevil and Gambit with a black and white costume). New enemy Tenfingers (who actually has 10 fingers on each hand) is trying to run a criminal empire and gets harassed by DD and Bli [...]

    25. La nueva serie de Daredevil que tiene la gran tarea de mantener alto el listón después de las saga escrita por Mark Waid.No está tan mal. Lo que más resalta de estos primeros 5 números son los zarpados dibujos de Ron Garney y el buen laburo de color que tienen sus lápices. Los guiones de Charles Soule son correctos, la historia entretiene y parece que el guionista va a llevar a este personaje de nuevo a sus raíces más noir (de las cuales Mark Waid se desprendió casi por completo, y bast [...]

    26. I think the blurb on the back cover best sums this up: "A great jumping-on point for fans of the recent Netflix series." Yup. This one is for the people who loved Charlie Cox in Daredevil and have no idea where to start. Fairly standard DD romp.Tough to follow up Mark Waid and his eternally sunny take on Ol' Hornhead. This narrowly avoids the grim label solely because of one reason - Blindspot. I liked this new character - illegal Chinese immigrant who built himself a suit of invisibility. Prett [...]

    27. Soule's an attorney as well as a writer, and his run on Marvel's other big lawyer hero, She-Hulk, was a lot of fun. So I had high hopes for this. They were not fulfilled. As the 'Back in Black' suggests, after the swashbuckling, upbeat Waid run this doubles down on the darkness. Matt's identity, for reasons not explained, is now secret again from everyone except Foggy, whose only scene here is spent complaining about that. He's back in NYC, with a shitty job and arsehole boss at the DA's office. [...]

    28. Daredevil makes a lackluster return to NY, this time hanging out in Chinatown instead of Hell's Kitchen. Somehow Matt's Murdock's secret identity is just that again, secret. We get no explanation how. Only Foggy knows Matt is Daredevil and Matt and Foggy's relationship is on the rocks. Matt is now an assistant D.A. investigating a new church / cult in Chinatown run by someone named Tenfingers. Daredevil has taken on a new protege, Blindspot who's undocumented and Chinese. I found Ron Garney's ar [...]

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