Characters Appearing: Brandy Ash, Daredevil, Gorgon, Karnak, Lockjaw, Medusa, Number Nine, Skip Ash
Issue(s): Daredevil #274
I've decided that Number Nine looks familiar to me because she looks like a Doonesbury character.
Meanwhile, Brandy's father decides that he's not going to be sending any more assassins in super-powered trucks, and that he'll just go punch Daredevil in the nose himself.
Obviously that doesn't work out well for him.
But Brandy finds that she still has feelings for her father and stops Daredevil from hurting him too badly. She's also compiled a cache of evidence of her father's wrongdoings, and threatens to go to the government with it if he doesn't start behaving himself. So Daredevil remands him to her custody.
Then, at the end, the Inhumans show up looking for Black Bolt and Medusa's son.
Characteristically surreal, symbolic, and weird, but either i'm growing used to it or this is one of the issues that falls on the right side of crazy.
Quality Rating: B-
Chronological Placement Considerations: Next issue begins with some time having passed, with the Inhumans conversing with the Ashes while Daredevil has retired to another room to chill out. I'm taking that opportunity to keep this book in its own entry so that this doesn't spill directly into Acts of Vengeance.
Continuity Insert? N
My Reprint: N/A
Even though they're shoe-horned into this comic, it's worth it to see the Inhumans drawn by Romita, Jr.
Posted by: Wanyas the Self-Proclaimed | November 6, 2014 6:15 PM
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