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Daredevil #4

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 8 critic ratings.


BULLSEYE makes his bloody entrance into Matt Murdock’s new life, and Hell’s Kitchen is caught in the crossfire.

As the bodies pile up, DAREDEVIL is forced to make an impossible choice between stopping his deadliest enemy…and saving the soul of his friend!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
24 pages
Amazon ASIN

8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Exciting chapter with an intense and exciting narrative rhythm.

    Art is an art full of textures that elevate the details, where the dynamism of the Daredevil fights are exciting, added to the tone of terror that covers everything.

  • 96


    OveralI continue to look forward to this comic each month. I enjoy how Matt Murdoch is narrating what is happening and also like how he is looking to justify his actions when he is in the Daredevil Costume. Of course, he would not be able to treat crooks in the same way as Daredevil does if he were a copper as there are rules

  • 95


    Saladin Ahmed, German Peralta, and Jesus Aburtov create an issue that puts the Man Without Fear on the run as he deals with choices, devils, and Bullseye. The issue will fill you with suspense as you wait for the big confrontation. Awesome insights into Murdock’s mind as he deals with being a holy man who dresses as the devil but fights for the truth.

  • 88

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: A thrilling, entertaining and suspenseful ride from Ahmed. The issues Matt continues to face in this arc are compelling and the story does a great job of showing that tense, high wire act that he is walking to maintain both his mission and his calling. There is some great drama in the story as well as awesome action and Matt’s complicated circumstances engaged me enough to see what happens next.

    The Art: Peralta delivers blisteringly beautiful art in the issue. The visuals are stunning and filled with great details and action. Aburtov delivers a fantastic color palate that captures the eye, especially with the characters.

  • 80

    Daredevil #4 mashes together the overlaying demonic plot with Matt’s ongoing battle with Hell’s Kitchen’s latest criminal gang, The Heat. The latest encounter with Bullseye is a fun one, once again showing just how dangerous and unhinged the character to be (there’s a particularly great shot involving him firing own dislodged tooth). Unfortunately, after a visually gripping debut in the series’ opening issue, the latest demon gets wiped out almost surprisingly easy. Hopefully that doesn’t become the trend.

  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    Daredevil #4 is an excellent continuation of Zdarsky and Checchetto’s run. While I was unsure during that first issue, the narrative is slowly picking up, and I love every moment.

  • 75

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Daredevil #4 leans heavily on the action, light on Father Matthew’s exploits as the head of an orphanage, and completely away from the mystery of Father Matthew’s resurrection. On the whole, the issue is relatively entertaining simply for the action, but the lingering mysteries don’t have enough clues or punch to hold your attention.

  • 70

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Daredevil #4 appears to be coming to a grinding stop. The plot threads aren’t panning out. The pacing is way too slow. The demonic undertones currently don’t seem to fit. The Father Matt angle seems almost pointless. And the one saving grace was the re-ignition of Bullseye which came and went faster than you could say his name. My point is that this series, the style, the lack of excitement, and the slow pacing seem incredibly uncharacteristic of Ahmed as a writer and Daredevil as a character. Therefore, if it doesn’t turn around after the next issue, I think I may have to call this series quits. Readers need a hook and they need it fast! And if it doesn’t happen soon, I think this series may be short-lived.

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