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Un Cómic MásExciting chapter that closes this adventure where Daredevil debuts an armor that gives him more self-confidence so he doesn't fear anything. Although many aspects remained unresolved. The art is detailed with exciting dynamism, elevating just how deadly Daredevil looks in this new uniform. There are some amazing aerial sequences.
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ComicBook.comIt's unlikely that Daredevil: Black Armor will lead any reader to seriously evaluate the "Black Armor" era as a highlight of Daredevil – perhaps the most critically acclaimed, long-running series at Marvel Comics. However, it does make a compelling case for well-earned nostalgia in what is a truly strange phase for the tortured hero. There's a certain madcap joy in the collection of atypical villains and plot constructs appearing within Daredevil's own jumbled status quo. It almost plays like a "What If…?" tale and there's a lot of fun to be had in the detailed pencils and inks depicting DD beating up on Hobgoblin, Sabretooth, and more colorful villains. Although Chichester's writing certainly captures the over-narration endemic to the era, it provides plenty of fun details to balance some obvious and broad statements. If the goal of Black Armor was to capture what was best in the Daredevil comics of this oft-maligned time in the 90s and inspire the thought that it really wasn't that bad, then it generally succeeds.