R. Tim Morris’ Rating: 9/10
At this point in my life, with all of the comic books I’ve read and experienced along the way, I would have presumed it impossible for any series to be so strong 21-issues in. I realize that doesn’t seem like such a large number, but it’s huge these days where a new book will come blazing out of the gates with an incredible four-issue story and then fade away into obscurity to the point where readers question why they ever liked it in the first place.
But here comes Daredevil by Mark Waid! Volume 4 is chock full of classic moments and I still can’t get enough. The best part is that Waid continues to find new and inventive uses for DD’s radar sense. A surprise issue by Mike Allred is always welcome, especially when it’s a flashback story involving Stilt-Man! Nice to see the Spot show up again, and the newest villain, the Coyote, is mysterious, unnerving and unpleasant, everything you want in a great villain.
Bring on Volume 5!