Independent Hollywood's hero, filmmaker Kevin Smith, got his turn with Daredevil, and ultimately flipped everything about the character on his head. With tons of great Marvel cameos (Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Black Widow, and a villain I won't ruin for you here), Kevin Smith also broke our hearts as he committed one of the greatest Marvel sins that we should have all expected: he pens Karen Page's death at the hands of Bullseye. Daredevil comics have never been the same because of it. And that's not even where the story ends. Ultimately, the plot follows Matt being chosen to guard a child supposedly prophesied to be the next coming of Jesus. Smith has never been one to shy away from religion, and seeing as how it's an integral part of the character, the two go hand-in-hand in this chapter of Matt's story. It's exciting, action-packed, and devastating. It's also a landmark in the life of Matt Murdock that can't be ignored and missed. What are you waiting for? Buy it now!
Cameron Carpenter is an aspiring screenwriter, current film and journalism student, and self-diagnosed cinephile, which only sounds bad in certain circles. Devoted fan of comics, movies, theater, Jesus Christ, Sidney Lumet, and Peter O'Toole, he sometimes spends too much time on his Scribd and comicbookmovie.com, but doesn't think you're one to judge, devoted reader. You can follow him on Twitter to watch him talk to people you didn't know exist. Oh, and Daredevil is quite the big deal around here (my head).