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Paul Montgomery says try…
Daredevil by Mark Waid, Vol. 1 HC
By Mark Waid, Marcos Martin, Paolo Rivera
Here’s the one we’ve been waiting for. Hopefully you’ve held off on picking up those slim, anemic hardcover and paperback collections of Waid, Martin and Rivera’s sublime, swashbuckling refresh of the Matt Murdock mythos. This new collection offers a satisfying 288 pages (12 issues) of one of the most entertaining superhero adventures in recent memory. Will there be a heftier omnibus some day? Probably. Almost certainly. But this is a comfortably-sized compilation that won’t break the bank or your back.
Conor Kilpatrick says try…
By Greg Weisman, Kevin Hopps, Christopher Jones, Dan Davis, & Luciano Vecchio
Lamenting the imminent ending of this show? Despairing at the idea of no more adventures for these versions of familiar DC characters? Feeling impotent in your ability to do anything about it? Well, you might as well read the comic book version while you can. Same characters. Same writers. Same art style. This series has been chugging along running parallel to the series and if you haven’t been reading it then what’s been stopping you? You’ve got at least three trades worth of catching up to do!
Paul Montgomery also says try… (And Josh Flanagan approves this message!)
The Hypernaturals, Vol. 1 TP
By Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning, Brad Walker
Any time Dan Abnett takes a company out to deep space or the far-flung future (most especially the year 40K) I am invested. This time, though, I missed the jump to light speed. Although I did pick up the Free Comic Book Day offering and got a kick out of DnA’s latest cosmic caper, this one a compelling meditation on legacy, I’ve dropped the ball on the rest of the series. No longer. I’m eager to journey out into the black with their current ensemble of jaded heroes and their new proteges for some star-studded action.