Daredevil by Chip Zdarsky, Vol. 2: No Devils, Only God

Daredevil by Chip Zdarsky, Vol. 2: No Devils, Only God

The Man Without Fear is missing! Daredevil has disappeared from Hell’s Kitchen — and in his absence, the real devils are starting to come out to play. Detective Cole North may think he’s stopped Daredevil, but there are bigger problems coming his way! Meanwhile, Matt Murdock has emerged from his recent ordeals a changed man — but has he changed for better or worse? As he faces up to the choices he has made, Matt grapples with who he is and who he wants to be. Can he truly live a life without the suit?

COLLECTING: DAREDEVIL (2019) 6-10

Title:Daredevil by Chip Zdarsky, Vol. 2: No Devils, Only God
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781302914998
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    Daredevil by Chip Zdarsky, Vol. 2: No Devils, Only God Reviews

  • James DeSantis

    A simple chat could make me on the edge of my seat reading this. Amazing. Matt is taking a break from being Daredevil. He's at a point in his life where he just doesn't know if he wants to be a crime ...

  • Chad

    This arc is a slow burn. Matt is no longer Daredevil. He's become a parole officer and never been happier. So when a new woman appears in his life, he makes even poorer choices than normal. Meanwhile,...

  • Dan Schwent

    Daredevil: No Devils, Only God collects Daredevil 6-10, written by Chip Zdarsky with art by Lalit Kumar Sharma, Jorge Fornes, and Jay Leisten.No Devils, Only God picks up where Know Fear left off. Mat...

  • Paul E. Morph

    This was a powerful entry into the currently unfolding Daredevil saga. The story would have been damned near perfect apart from (view spoiler)[Matt’s adulterous affair with a new character (hide spo...

  • Rod Brown

    I've read too many comic books to really be impressed by this new iteration of Daredevil, as well done as it is. A crisis in confidence has led our protagonist to drop his superhero persona. He's stil...

  • Craig

    Really kind of surprised by how strong a writer Zdarsky has turned out to be, and by how quickly he's gone about it. The artwork is decent, before devolving into a style that apes what David Aja was d...

  • Rory Wilding

    With superhero comics, you have to balance both the domestic and the super-heroics for our hero and sometimes the best stories feature heroes without wearing the costume. This is certainly true for Da...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Chip Zdarsky's second Daredevil arc deconstructs Matt Murdock even further as he attempts to put Daredevil behind him; but Hell's Kitchen isn't about to let him do that, and Matt's personal life colli...

  • Logan

    Another fantastic volume from Zdarksky! This is the one book I read every month where it's always good and never mixed or bad. Zdarsky is really putting Murdock and Fisk through two very interesting a...

  • Lauren

    All in for where Zdarsky takes Matt Murdock*Read as single issues ...