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Daredevil & Echo #3 (of 4)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.


Demogoblin has awoken a dangerous and violent force beneath the streets of Hell’s Kitchen. Luckily, Daredevil doesn’t only have friends in high places, he’s got them in low ones too – all the way down to HELL! You know ’im, you love ’im and, in this issue, GHOST RIDER makes his presence known!

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Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 80

    But Why Tho?

    Daredevil and Echo #3 welcomes back the weirdness. It’s just the refresh the miniseries needed, offsetting the exposition of the last issue with action and craziness. The inclusion of Ghost Rider provides the comic with madness and heavy metal, practically forcing it to move quicker. But we are also reminded that this started as an unnerving horror comic, with moments that refer back to the terror of the first issue. Whilst much of that primal fear has been lost in the chaos, it leads to some of the most memorable sequences of the series so far.

  • 70

    Un Cómic Más

    It’s detailed art, where every panel on every page is a masterpiece filled with action sequences, dynamism, and stunning facial expressions and body language.

  • 40

    Daredevil & Echo #3 certainly cranks up the action this issue, but it still struggles to find anything interesting for its modern day characters to do. Even with Ghost Rider, Demogoblin and a group of possessed children, the artwork remains incredibly stiff as though no one knows how to choreograph a fight involving any of the characters – to the point where Demogoblin is taken down on a single page once the story calls for it. It feels like the book wanted to be about Daredevil and Echo’s ancestors but could’t get off the ground unless Matt Murdock & Maya Lopez were directly involved.

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