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Daredevil #86 (1998)

Daredevil #86 (1998)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Ed Brubaker, penciled by Michael Lark, cover by David Finch.
"The Devil in Cell Block D," part 5 of 6. The opposing forces in Rykers finally explode, in an all-out war. It's the riot in Rykers, and Matt Murdock will find himself caught between his enemies and a hard place. Will this violent take-over prevent Matt from finding the answers he seeks about Foggy's murder, and about who's been manipulating him from the outside? And what the hell is Punisher doing here?
Available June 28th 2006
BONUS REVIEW by DAL BUSH
Aw, dag! ****'s about to jump OFF! Surprising many, putting Daredevil, the Kingpin, Punisher and Bullseye in a prison filled with people who want them dead might cause some violence. And Sweet Jack Battlin, does some violence get caused. Pretty much wall-to-wall action, this issue pays off the last few issues of build-up brilliantly. Brubaker has a few aces up his sleeve as DD makes a new ally and everyone goes riot-y. Yay! It's like Disneyworld, but with more violence and better manners! 9 Grahams
BONUS REVIEW by RICK BERG
If you did not like the lack of action during Bendis’ run this is the issue for you. As a troubled Milla visits the man she loves Ryker’s inmates explode. Brubaker turns up the heat as an on the edge Matt joins the hated Kingpin in a full scale prison riot. Things look bad until a deck of cards is delivered. How can Matt survive with Lester freed and violence galore all around. Plus Frank is still around. Can this book get any better? I don’t think so. 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Ed Brubaker, penciled by Michael Lark, cover by David Finch.
"The Devil in Cell Block D," part 5 of 6. The opposing forces in Rykers finally explode, in an all-out war. It's the riot in Rykers, and Matt Murdock will find himself caught between his enemies and a hard place. Will this violent take-over prevent Matt from finding the answers he seeks about Foggy's murder, and about who's been manipulating him from the outside? And what the hell is Punisher doing here?
Available June 28th 2006
BONUS REVIEW by DAL BUSH
Aw, dag! ****'s about to jump OFF! Surprising many, putting Daredevil, the Kingpin, Punisher and Bullseye in a prison filled with people who want them dead might cause some violence. And Sweet Jack Battlin, does some violence get caused. Pretty much wall-to-wall action, this issue pays off the last few issues of build-up brilliantly. Brubaker has a few aces up his sleeve as DD makes a new ally and everyone goes riot-y. Yay! It's like Disneyworld, but with more violence and better manners! 9 Grahams
BONUS REVIEW by RICK BERG
If you did not like the lack of action during Bendis’ run this is the issue for you. As a troubled Milla visits the man she loves Ryker’s inmates explode. Brubaker turns up the heat as an on the edge Matt joins the hated Kingpin in a full scale prison riot. Things look bad until a deck of cards is delivered. How can Matt survive with Lester freed and violence galore all around. Plus Frank is still around. Can this book get any better? I don’t think so. 10 Grahams
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