Reviews: Daredevil, The Punisher, Secret Empire & Star Wars

Daredevil #20, The Punisher #12, Secret Empire #2 & Star Wars #31

My thoughts on some of the latest digital comics from Marvel Comics

 

 
Daredevil’s confession comes to an end here, and this gives us some reasoning as to why Matt is no longer known as Daredevil, how Foggy knows and how he got he job with the DA.
It’s quite an obvious finish, but well told as Daredevil leaves behind his life being well known and the money that goes with it.
What this issue does lead us to is the next phase of his plan to deal with crime in the city. So we’ve got a new ally and a new mission for Daredevil so we shall see!
 

 
This issue was pretty much pure fight scene with The Punisher fighting on an ice flow. There were some good action panels with Punisher taking on the doped up villain. The ending leaves things open for a potential future feud, and I like the finish with Punisher returning with a grin on his face. This was a good ending to a well told arc!
 

 
After all the hype and deaths, we are finally getting the mission of the heroes. Rick Jones managed to get some information out about the cosmic cube, and we get a very well told difference of opinion between Hawkeye and Black Widow. We also get a deeper look into the mind of Captain America and his thoughts on it all. Then we get the ending, which has been spoiled online (I’m not saying) which makes things very interesting for the story!
I’m enjoying this story, and actually enjoy the Hydra moments most of all!
 

 
Part two of this mini-crossover and Luke and Aphra discover what is in store for them. Aphra is her excellent self, planning ahead and being knowledgeable about what’s happening and what may be wrong. I like the issues between Aphra and Luke and the work well together. Luke is still a farm boy. This is building up well and I like how all the gang is together without the Empire!
 

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