Daredevil doesn’t feature much in this issue – he’s about and on his way, but this issue is all about Blindspot and Muse. I’ve been looking forward to an issue like this, we get into Blindspot’s mind as he does what’s right. Daredevil’s words get through and ring through the issue – don’t let anyone die and don’t die yourself. It looks as though Blindspot has taken this to heart, and underground Muse and blindspot lead a merry dance! It finishes with a clever cliffhanger, and I think I know where it is going, so I look forward to seeing it play out.
Two additional notes – the art and panel layouts are excellent in this issue, and I like the comment on Spider-Man!
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