I can tell that you have hurt people. When you spend all your time putting creatures back together, you can tell when someone else has done a lot of taking them apart.
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Daredevil #52 Reviews
Below are excerpts from reviews of Daredevil #52:
TheFourthRail.com: The second chapter of a story arc is a little early for a creator to be repeating himself, but that's what happens here. Mack rehashes Echo's history and her one-time innocent perceptions of an alien concept -- sound. It certainly makes for an accessible read, but not one that advances the plot at all. This chapter will no doubt be frustrating for those readers who wait for the inevitable trade-paperback collection. Mack's multimedia artwork is as stunning and well crafted as ever, and his depiction of Echo as an adult is alluring, graceful and haunting. 7/10

Operative.net: David Mack makes pages that I could just look at all freaking day. Combinging Greg Land's ability to realize a character with photographic and "real world" images interspersed, many of the pages are works of art themselves, incorporating numerous styles into each composition. I swear the man is the Bruce Lee of comics art, he can excellently use so many styles.

Comixtreme.com: It starts off great, with Echo talking to Matt on the rooftops, and shows off some of the great, "straight forward" painted work that Mack can do very well. The issue ends in a similar way, with Echo going to see the other influential man in her life - Wilson Fisk, her former guardian, the man she once shot and left for dead. I wanted to see more of either story, but the Fisk one will continue next issue.

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