Issue(s): Daredevil #301, Daredevil #302, Daredevil #303
The changes are due to treatments he's been subjecting himself to in order to improve his flying power.
He can also rotate his neck 180 degrees.
His eyes and ears have mutated as well.
Daredevil is as much concerned about helping the Owl as stopping him, and does seem to reach him in the end.
At one point Daredevil works with an established mobster named Pete London to get info on the Owl.
It's weird to see Daredevil thinking about "respect" when dealing with a known criminal, and i thought this might be leading somewhere, but it seems like this is London's only appearance.
Giving the Owl actual owl characteristics wouldn't be a move that i would make, but the issues are done well.
Statement of Ownership Total Paid Circulation: Average of Past 12 months = 166,003. Single issue closest to filing date = 236,600.
Quality Rating: C+
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Those are some creepy shots of the owl. Though it's weird how the Owl is continuously brought up as sum kind of underworld Mastermind. He's never really seen as much of a threat be it on the power level nor the schemer level.
Posted by: JC | January 23, 2016 3:23 PM
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