Publisher: Marvel Comics
Writers: Charles Soule
Artists: Alec Morgan
Story Rating: 10
Art Rating: 10
Color Rating: 10
Overall Rating: 10
Marvel Comics dives into the lawyer’s game once again as Hell’s Kitchen it tested by criminals inside and outside of the law.
Matt Murdock also known as Daredevil must recruit some help of an old friend to defeat the efforts of the sinister Kingpin.
Charles Soule delivers a tale of intellectual procedure as Matt Murdock pursues the ideal that vigilantes can testify in open court. He must bounce back from a heavy loss in court against the New York council of Judges.
The Kingpin continues to destroy Matt Murdock’s chances of winning the court case of Simon Slugansky. Legal and Tombstone are set to stopping the man without fear in his place before the trial proceeds to higher judicial authorities. Tombstone finds Matt and fights him with the intention to kill. Matt manages to defend himself and send the killer back into the streets in the aftermath he kept his hero identity a secret.
Alec Morgan creates a foundation of imagery that accompanies style and emotion. The lines and colors create a complex picture in the world of Daredevil. The art presents a sense of mystery as an example of a noir style comic. The colors shape the mood of the scenes brushed over tones of purple, blue, and pink in the background.
Matt Murdock manages to recruits Foggy Nelson to tackle the court case after suffering from a heavy loss from Legal against the counsel of judges. The two must prepare for the biggest trial of their lives for the court case will lead to the Supreme Court.
The biggest trial to ever come across the world will be broadcasted over the news and affect the future of masked vigilantes, civilians, and criminals forever. Once the federal judge delivers the final verdict it will determine who will rule the streets of Hell’s Kitchen the Kingpin or Daredevil?