By Hervé St-Louis
July 4, 2010 - 13:23
Writer(s): Andy Diggle, Antony Johnston
Penciller(s): Marco Checcetto
Inker(s): Marco Checcetto
Colourist(s): Matt Hollingsworth
Letterer(s): Joe Caramagna
Cover Artist(s): Paolo Rivera
Daredevil in Japan continues to look for the traitor in the midst of the Hand that wants to kill him and the rebellious Bakuto, but the layers of treachery are deep and one by one, every clue and witness is destroyed. Can Daredevil find the traitor before Bakuto pays the ultimate price?
Visually, although the artist is not the same, the colouring helps create the same mood of lush red blues that has pervaded this series since the new team took over. However, things may be a bit too dark in places. The mix of snow and blood looks great though.
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